This is so cool it makes me wish I was using PHP and MySQL to power my Blog. MT-RefSearch is a Movable Type module. As it detects a visitor coming in from a Google search, it will to a query your blogs database for keywords the visitor had used on Google. It then automatically points [...]
Monthly Archive for July, 2002
There is a Very Interesting Timeline of the CARP rulings over on linuxjournal. CARP sets royalty rates for web sites that are streaming radio stations. The royalty rates are so high that pretty much every web radio station will be driven out of business. I had assumed that was the RIAA’s plans, and I still [...]
Strange Sandwich Music looks to be a blog of new music. It seems to be the artists that post new songs as they become available on mp3.com. It seems to be made up of a small group of aquaintances which could be a bit of a limitation. Still, it’s interesting.
The Truth Laid Bear paints a scary view as a blog being written in the year 2014. What’s most scary is that some of it doesn’t really seem that far fetched to me.
So I’m driving all over town (assuming that all over is a radius of like 5 miles from my house, cause you know I just don’t drive too much anymore). Everywhere I go, I keep seeing These Posters for the movie Blue Crush. Now, far be it from me to prejudge, but I suspect that [...]
Yahoo! has redesigned their mail client. There are some Solid Improvements.
I’ve been hearing all kinds of good stuff about Amelie recently. I picked up the DVD today and just finished watching it. Wow! No, seriously WOW! It is without question one of the greatest movies I’ve ever seen. Truly spectacular. If you haven’t seen this yet, you are in for a real treat.
So, if you’ve been here before, it’s probably pretty obvious I redesigned. If you like it, you may want to save a copy, because I don’t expect I’ll leave this design up too long. I’m not terribly down with plastering my mug all over the place like this. I was just playing around with my [...]
ClickZ has an extremely interesting article suggesting that major ISPs like AOL are (or are about to start) charging direct marketers for the right to mail into their networks. I walk both sides of this fence on stuff like this. I am a marketer and I need to be able to get messages to people [...]
So, do you like Kevin Smith, director of Clerks, Chasing Amy et al.? Yes No