- To anyone thinking that the panel model is dead maybe it was just the wrong panel. The next few days look bright in Seattle. I'll see you there.
- An optimist is someone who brings his sunglasses to Seattle
- Suzette says:
Bonus rumination: The next time I hear talk about energy crisis, water shortages or air pollution, I'm going to suggest that we just turn Las Vegas off every other Wednesday. That should carry the rest of the country though with electric power, fresh water and clean air to spare.
- Frank says:
Eric, I'm sorry if my humor offends you, but there is something really ugly going on in the world right now and it's masked as a clash of religious beliefs. We have mad bombers on camel back lashing their steeds in a frenzied charge against the Tel Aviv Starbucks. American Baptists are burning abortion clinics and saving comatose vegetables from departing early as they prepare for the apocalypse and a chance for one last victorious crusade against the camel drivers.
- It's about time people start recognizing that there are some of us who paid enough attention in school, or learned on our own, the mojo necessary to put words on paper, to craft the thought, to spin the tale, with the best of the idiot savants who have learned one craft to the exclusion of all others.
- On blogging oaths:
Colonel Flagg : Now I'm blowing the whistle on you, Freedman.
Dr. Sidney Freedman : Blow away.
Colonel Flagg : Col. Potter, this man never signed his Loyalty Oath.
Hawkeye : Sidney. That's brilliant.
B.J. : Where do we go to not sign?
- In two weeks time the people at Technorati put together a search engine for Live 8. According to Joi Ito Suw Charman was the producer.
Kind of puts your multi-man-month web project all to shame doesn't it? Technorati Tags: live8
- Last night's Moon Rise pictures are all thanks to Mrs. Noded who suggested a much better viewing site than "behind the Walgreens" and also said lets just wait a few more moments which turned out to be just what we needed.
Posted by jr at June 22, 2005 07:27 PM | Threads