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Open Access

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. Leaving the parking garage for my lunch appointment on Tuesday, I found the exit blocked, yet again, by the construction crew of the new condo across the street. I tapped my horn and when a couple of members of the crew turned towards me, I pointed to the pallets blocking […]

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Technology

Excited about tech

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. I am not going to get into the “excited about technology” frame of mind. Every time this happens, I get disappointed because I’m left feeling that what I’m saying isn’t connecting. Or exciting people. Or working. Or worthwhile. Or interesting. And I love getting into debates and exchanges about new […]

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Weblogging

Yesterday’s Post

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. Yesterday’s post went awry, and the rancor has struck deeply. I find it extremely difficult to respond to the comments — those expressed online, and those expressed within email. The only comments I will address at this time are those from Dave Winer. Dave, you say that I’m a sexist and male-basher […]

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Weblogging

Technology fails with weblogging

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. I own the Google results for add Morpheus node. I found this out when I started getting several Google search hits for the combination, all going to my now defunct TechBlog. And by putting these words into the Burningbird weblog, I’ve most likely “stolen” ownership of the search phrase from the TechBlog […]

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Weblogging

Favorite posts

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. The pending Blogicon items have been moved into their permanent Blogicon home. In their place I’ve linked to my favorite weblog posts. In many cases, my favorite posts have been your favorites too. In fact, for some of the posts, I included the link not because of what I wrote, […]