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Now about those eyebrows
I think Gwen removes all her eyebrows because the color does not seem to be the same as her hair. the ones she draws are cute and exotic. Her lips are full candy apple red. That bra is slipping...
11:12:16 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: BigNaturals
out of points
went over my points today. bah! i should have kept better track of what i was putting in my mouth. i will keep well within my points tomorrow!...
10:50:25 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Nothing
A small complaint..
I complain a lot, I know it's true. But, there are just so many things that annoy me. Today, my beef is with Shoppers Drug Mart, and their customers. So, everytime I go there (which is pretty much on a...
10:39:43 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: shelly-bean.com
Weblogsky - Reflections on Our Present Discontents
Weblogsky points to: The Internet: Reflections on Our Present DiscontentsIn NetFuture, Stephen L. Talbott explores the impact of our thinking about the Internet, or perhaps our lack of the kind of thinking that puts it into the right perspective relative to our communal, social context. He argues that the supposed efficiency of the Internet should not be seen as a goal in itself, apart from our values, concluding that the Internet can be the expression of a healthy society – or society can become an unhealthy expression of the Internet. [Link] Discuss "...we will have so easily and casually invited young people around the world into this new activity -- and no actual community will have done anything at all of the sort that was once required to create a place, the conditions, the cultural surroundings, the human context within which the activity occurs. The young people will have been lifted out of their communities and into this new recreation, not because some sort of rooted and ...
10:38:29 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: TheoBlogical Community
Powerbook nirvana
Paul has been posting a lot about his new PowerBook. If you're a Mac-head like me - and lusting over the new 15" PowerBooks - you'll enjoy his takes.
10:36:35 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: http://blog.pmachine.com/
information retrieval
Andruid Kerne's Hypertext class has really stimulated my curiosity/creativity regarding the information retrieval aspects of PNN. I'm beginning to work on the server-side transcript storage and manipulation components of the project and see some real opportunities to enhance this area....
10:31:10 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: pnn::research
New photo axe, new pix
I’ve recently invested in a new single lens reflex camera — a digital. This is one of the 6 mega-pixel class that includes the Canon D60, D10, the Nikon D100 and mine, the Fuji Finepix S2 pro. Being a veteran...
10:30:41 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Versions of Truth — blog
orange
Got my orange belt in Northern Eagle Claw-style kung fu today. :-)...
10:18:26 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: zapotoczny.com/jeff
Hi, I'm Rick. And I'm an addict.
I made it three days this time. 72 hours. I quit drinking coffee for three, miserable, grouchy, headachy days. I think that might have been a record too. My coffee drinking started when I was around ten years old. As a totally unsupervised kid I used to fill a blender with milk, coffee, and sugar and drink it as a refreshing evening beverage. A full blender. Lot's of coffee. Very sweet. BA-ZING!! To this day I wonder where in the world my parental supervision was? Didn't...
10:17:30 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: http://blog.pmachine.com/
Broadband bliss (again :)
Just got broadband working yesterday, and it's been smooth so far. It took me quite a while to configure the linux NAT firewall even though I've been using it for more than 2 years with a modem! I've also set...
10:09:18 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: kerneljack
gl4java version of pnn
The QuickTime Streaming Server is up and running on the school network, and is accessible from the Internet. I'll soon be moving the PNN website there. In order for the client application to receive video streams it needs to be...
10:08:43 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: pnn::research
Kitty Romper Room
“Bob Walker and Frances Mooney know they live a bit, well, differently. Most people don’t paint their houses purple on the outside, or use...
09:11:13 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Brent Sleeper's Web Site: A Sense of Place
Stolen from the Guardian: Sea of troubles in a stormy month October 1 The justice ...
(Stolen from the Guardian: Sea of troubles in a stormy month October 1 The justice department announces it has launched an inquiry into the White House leak identifying a CIA undercover agent ...)
Stolen from the Guardian: Sea of troubles in a stormy month October 1 The justice department announces it has launched an inquiry into the White House leak identifying a CIA undercover agent October 2 The Iraq survey group, under weapons expert David Kay admits that six months after Baghdad's fall no weapons of mass destruction have been found October 4 The foundation run by the president's father announces it will bestow the George Bush Award for Excellence in Public Service to Senator Edward Kennedy, arguably the president's sternest critic, who denounced the Iraq war as "a fraud" October 6 The White House confirms that management of the Iraq occupation will be centralised in a new coordinating group run by the national security adviser, Condoleezza Rice October 7 The defence secretary, Donald Rumsfeld, says he was not told about the restructuring and insists there have been no real changes October 15 Senate votes against president and insists that half Iraq's $20bn ...
09:08:52 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Two Broads Bloggin'
HTML2PDF
<a href="mailto:ferhat+at+ventusvigor+dot+com">Ferhat</a>
09:07:10 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: news.php.net: php.doc.tr
Genius speaker: James Howard Kunstler
With a serious and side-splitting speech that eviscerated the epoch of American urban design that turned our inner cities into lifeless landscapes of human-hostile buildings and unlovable streets, Kunstler left us wanting more. Among the memorable bits: calling a school that looks like a bunker the "Hannibal Lecter Middle School" and describing street-level shrubs that planners plant to make urban scenes more hospitable as "nature bandaids." All with deadpan delivery. Kunstler is the author of The Geography of Nowhere and The City in Mind. His undesigned Website is here.
08:37:17 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Sociate
Senators Want JetBlue Probe
Isn't it enough that JetBlue has been shamed in the court of public opinion? Don't those folks inside the beltway have other stuff to do, maybe even more important stuff? Three senators ask the Pentagon to investigate whether it broke a privacy law by gathering information about JetBlue customers without notifying the passengers. By Ryan Singel. [Wired News]
08:34:10 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Waiting for Columbus
Resistance to Change Leads to Irrelevance
If you don’t like change, you’re going to like irrelevance even less --- General Eric Shinseki, Chief of Staff, U. S. Army This is one of the quotes from a Tom Peters book shown in an ad I saw in WIRED yesterday. I thought it hit dead on the Church's technology problem. Read it over on my MT blog
08:28:52 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: TheoBlogical Community
Hilarious song by Jonathan Coulton
Andrew Zolli and the other PopTech organizers have done a fantastic job of filling the spaces between official sessions with relevant, engaging stuff. Yesterday one of these was singer/songwriter Jonathan Coulton, with a genius song titled "The Future Soon." Just him and his guitar. You can download and enjoy it here.
07:56:16 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Sociate
localfeeds and worldkit
localfeeds and worldKit While I was at it, I went ahead and implemented Matt Croydon's ICBM module, so now each newsitem item in the feed includes the geographic coordiates the item came from. Someone should combine that with WorldKit and do something cool. [Ross Notes] someone has someone is me, and i'd be interested in implementing this more generally for localfeeds.
07:53:39 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Brain Off
My Guest Appearance at the Airport Options Forum Thanks to everybody who attended my ...
(My Guest Appearance at the Airport Options Forum Thanks to everybody who attended my talk at Gulf Coast College on October 16 - I think we all learned something, and I hope we had a little fun ...)
My Guest Appearance at the Airport Options Forum Thanks to everybody who attended my talk at Gulf Coast College on October 16 - I think we all learned something, and I hope we had a little fun too. The airport debate has been far too acrimonious of late. I was disappointed that neither the airport board nor the County Commission attended. "Partners in Progress" sent a videophotographer, and hopefully our local officialdom will see some or all of it. I will do a repeat for any public body or civic/church group having a screen to host a PowerPoint presentation (the material almost demands detailed graphics for the discussion). My op-ed in the News-Herald is a very compressed abstract. My apologies for the length of the lecture - it should have been covered in 45 minutes and I went over an hour. I would like to put the material on this (or another) web site, but the files are large and I may not be able to afford the bandwidth. About the groups who hosted the forum: their concerns are ...
07:23:47 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: ECoastLife Updated Opinion
On stealth moderation or "Blame the technology"...
One of the biggest problems with finding ways to moderate users is how to handle the reactions of the people you moderate. If a user is banned or one of their posts is deleted, then - for the most part - it's a total fantasy that they'll look back at their actions with shame, accept that the response was justified and move on to other services on other people's sites where they will now have learned their lesson and operate more responsibly. For the most part, deleting posts and banning users is considered either "unfair", "excessive" or even an overt act of aggression against the user concerned - no matter what kind of appalling behaviour they've been undertaking. Some users genuinely believe that their activities online have no consequences and hence they cannot be held responsible for them. If users believe themselves to have been 'unfairly attacked', then they'll respond in kind - a user who feels themselves to have been wronged will often use every mechanism at their disposal ...
07:09:25 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Everything In Moderation
New Orleans
I scored a 85% on the "How New Orleans are You?" Quizie! What about you?
07:07:25 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Waiting for Columbus
Download: msilaunch
Open an existing MSI application and mark files which should be opened when installation is complete. - Includes the ability to start any file in your install set, e.g. readme.txt, help.chm (none exe files must be in the root of the target path). - Executable is started After the Close button is pressed. Note: Button can now be configured Add your own custom script in VB Script, to be executed upon installation. ...
07:00:00 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: AppDeploy.com (Site-Wide)
Mike Boyd Reports on his Forecast Conference Please visit Boyd Group and follow the ...
(Mike Boyd Reports on his Forecast Conference Please visit Boyd Group and follow the links to the 2003 Forecast Conference and Mike's always-interesting "Hot Flash".)
Mike Boyd Reports on his Forecast Conference Please visit Boyd Group and follow the links to the 2003 Forecast Conference and Mike's always-interesting "Hot Flash".
06:57:38 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: ECoastLife Updated Opinion
Confederate Mack's Real Drunk Vol. #1 compilation tape
I've been a longtime fan of Confederate Mack and his website (www.confederatemack.com). Anyway I recent did some anti-business with him and picked up his Real Drunk compilations 1 & 2. These are videos that Mack has copied, dubbed, hacked and...
06:55:56 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Reviews Reviews Reviews!!!
Heft
Back to Heidegger: that tools which are ‘ready to hand’ (zuhanden) disappear into the task, and only become again ‘tools’...
06:48:55 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Cluster
Larry O'Brien is starting InkPositive :...
Larry O'Brien is starting InkPositive: a website for Tablet PC users. But, look at his tease for the upcoming site. It's one of the more compelling "under construction" messages I've seen. [Scobleizer]
06:33:14 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Waiting for Columbus
New! Improved! BuzzPhraser 2.1
This is cool! Bookmark it if you need to boost some business writing or for your next Power Point Presentation. Bookmark it anyway just for fun. Just in time for my keynote at Digital ID World this morning, Charles Roth hacked the entire IdentoLatin lexicon into BuzzPhraser. (Find the IdentoLatin lexicon by clicking on the pop-down menu under "TechnoLatin." So, with one click, you can produce "Inherently Consumer-Existing Disclosure-facing Approver WS-* Architect Flow Repository Infrastructure. Or "Limited Cross-Legacy Portable Semantic Brokered Legislative Credential Architect." Or Fully Federated Bedrock SOAP-Structured Task Interface ROI Service Attribute Standard." I compiled the lexicon over the last two days of listening to talks and reading Digital Identy poop in the backs of conference rooms. Fun. A big thanks to Charles for coming through with that. Later, when I get a chance, I'll put up the whole table some kind of spreadsheety form. Not sure yet. Now I'm at the Denver ...
06:18:21 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Waiting for Columbus
Text Mining the Multiverse
The NYT has a decent piece about text-mining, skimming large volumes of miscellaneous text to extract some sort of refined knowledge from it. [<a href="http://slashdot.org/">Slashdot</a>]
06:13:49 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Waiting for Columbus
15,000 Alleged Violations of Don't Call Registry
And we're surprised about this, why? Now things get serious. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) reports it has received 15,000 complaints that telemarketers have violated the Do Not Call Registry in its first couple weeks of going into effect. While no specific enforcement actions have begun, the FTC is tracking the alleged violations in a database available to many prosecutorial offices. It remains to be seen how well the accusers understand the exceptions to the Registry's requirements, such as political and previous business relationships being exempted. DM News reports. Tig Tillinghast comments. [this is a summary - go to our web site for the complete entry, links, comments and categories] [marketingfix]
06:05:44 October 18, 2003, Saturday (PDT) Source: Waiting for Columbus