Heard a live performance from Norah Jones on the radio today. She sounds great. I’m going to have to pick up her CD.
Monthly Archive for March, 2002
Wow, some of the art over at www.gigposter.com is truely spectacular!
Due to a run in with my home owner’s association, it looks like I’m going to be switching from Dish Network to Direct TV for satellite service. On the plus side, this means I can get one of the DirectTivo boxes. I’ve had a Dishplayer for at least a couple of years now, so I’ve [...]
Hey Amazon, the fact that I’m not interested in one of your recommendations does not mean that I rate it a two. I more than understand the need to throw a kludge on top of a system to make it do something that was left out of the original spec. It seems to be all [...]
It was a cold Friday night in Los Angeles, and a dozen or so nerds from distances far and wide converged on Renee’s Courtyard Cafe in Santa Monica. more…
The MetaFilter Book group is going to be reading Paris to the Moon by Adam Gopnik in April. Read it and be ready to discuss it May 1.
So true it defies description. ClickZ had some great articles this week. They must have a new editor or something. Pick One: Open Methodology or Slave to Technology You wouldn’t believe how many companies place their businesses at the mercy of their technology. You’d expect technology to be at the beck and call of business [...]
Increase Your Click-Through Rate by 50 Percent? Dear Reader, You won’t want to miss today’s column — we talk about how one email newsletter increased its click-through rate by 50 percent overnight.
It looks like at least one court is getting the idea that the criminal and not the tool is responsible for the crime. Of course for Kazaa, it’s probably too late to matter. Shame really. Wired Story
This might be bad news for my immortality plans. I’ll have to get started working on some other plans.