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Archive for February, 2005
21 Feb 2005 at 23:16
Reading the email that’s going around about the evolution of math skills on Chad’s blog, I’m reminded of my neighbors on the plane from San Francisco last month. They were a middle aged Canadian couple returning from what must have been a short visit to the Bay Area. Like everyone else on the plane, they [...]
Found Kubrickr, which lets me easily change the masthead picture by cropping suitably licensed pictures from flickr. Cute. (except it doesn’t do attribution automatically — the current one is from Stewart Butterfield)
Sunset on glass I’ve upgraded to WordPress 1.5 — let me know if something’s not working the way you think it should.
20 Feb 2005 at 17:45
ducks Those near me have heard the shaggy dog stories about the perapetic new digital camera and the loss of the spare battery and, most importantly, charger. The replacement units I ordered to fill in that void have finally arrived, and now those near me are dealing with pent up photographic energy. Luckily for me, [...]
18 Feb 2005 at 17:06
I’ll be stopping by Northern Voice tomorrow, and, if anyone cares, will also be going to ETech and PyCon in March.
18 Feb 2005 at 17:02
From Darren, a pointer to this collection of “best fonts of 2004″. The work involved in something like Bickham is amazing.
A few hours after posting my last post, Novell announces Hula. From what Nat says, it may do some of what I was asking for…
It just dawned on me. I want Google to do an online calendaring system. Yeah, it won’t solve 95% of my scheduling problems because it won’t have access to behind-the-firewall data and it won’t do the collaboration part of scheduling, but at the least it’ll have a more usable UI than what I’m working with [...]