Monthly Archives: November 2002
I wonder what happens if I Pingback to the search results of my weblog on Technorati? Did I essentially create a watch list? I suppose this will only work if Technorati is using Pingback, which is doubtful, but interesting.
And people say Turkeys are stupid … “Two days before Thanksgiving, a wild turkey, weighing 15-20 pounds, staked out some turf at the Jewett City Savings Bank in Plainfield, Conn.” From: ctnow.com
I never thought I’d be reading a debate about dog breeding on Slashdot, but aparently a new study about the origin of dogs has generated some interesting Slashdot posts like this one from R.Caley: “Dog breeders have problems not because … Continue reading
Kevin Werbach nails it again with this comment, “… the growth of PVRs is inevitable. Almost every Tivo user will tell you that controlling the TV experience is a killer app. The costs are falling inexorably because the devices are … Continue reading
From Pringles-2-Cantenna … “A Cantenna is simply an inexpensive version of the long range antennas used by wireless internet providers and mobile phone companies. Now, with your own Cantenna you can extend the range of your wireless network or connect … Continue reading
From CNET: “Information technology professionals, once rewarded with fat salaries and enticing stock options, are having a tough time finding work, and a new study shows little relief ahead.” Seems to conflict with this keynote speech at Comdex last week … Continue reading
My sister Susan took some great pictures at our wedding. Here’s an Ofoto link to the first set of pictures.
Via NextDraft from an article on MSNBC: “A new study confirms what many dog owners have long-believed. Since being domesticated thousands of years ago, dogs have developed the ability to read certain human social behaviors. “
After 19 hours of labor (OMG!) and a slew of Blackberry messages from John, I’d like to congratulate Denise and John on the arrival of their new baby boy: John “Jack” Pearson Federico Born: November 21st, 2002 @ 11:26 PM … Continue reading
From Ananova “Scientists … have concluded domesticated dogs originated from wolves in East Asia nearly 15,000 years ago.”
I’m really enjoying the use of Mark Pilgrim‘s Recommended Reading tool. It’s a great demonistration of the Six Degrees of Separation in the Blogosphere. Thanks Mark!
From MSNBC: “Coffee prices are at their lowest level in decades. So why does so much of the coffee you buy taste so bad?” “This year, coffee makers are increasingly substituting low-quality beans in their ground coffee for high-quality beans … Continue reading
From CNET: “Using complex mathematical models, neural networks, historical patterns and an eye toward current events, Halla–with a dose of Vegas showmanship–predicted in a keynote speech at Comdex Fall 2002 on Tuesday that the tech industry will be at the … Continue reading
I’ll have to keep an eye on this … “The Waypath Project is an attempt to network the weblog community, connecting weblogs that share common themes, ideas, and topics. “