Monthly Archives: April 2003
Sounds like Greg Reinacker is brewing up a posting interface for NewsGator via Simon Fell’s IBlogThis interface. Cool!
I was doing some research about donating a car to charity and I found a good checklist on the NY Better Business Bureau site “If considering a donation of a vehicle to a charity, follow this checklist: Check out the … Continue reading
“In the field of customer intelligence, search analytics is poised to become a star. However, some say it remains somewhat limited, much like enterprise search itself” (via CNet) [Listening to: New Amsterdam – Elvis Costello – Girls Girls Girls – … Continue reading
According to researchers at the University of Washington which was referenced in this NY Times article “…companies would benefit from encouraging richer social connections,” The Times article also mentions … “Google may be great, but people are greater. Paraphrased roughly, … Continue reading
Ben Schorr has put together a useful OneNote FAQ
This is pretty neat, as part of the Windows XP Creativity Fun Pack, there’s a blogging plugin for Windows Media Player that will insert the info about the current track playing into you blog post (see below) [Listening to: Campver … Continue reading
Esther Dyson now has a blog and an RSS feed thanks to Sam Ruby (of course)
the World as a Blog — “Real time & updating display of weblog postings, around the world” Very clever!
Ross Rader calls it, “Googlediving” and he provides a simple HOWTO. (link via Doc) However, it could probably be automated by paging backward through a search result-set via the Googe API.
What’s next? Cop cars that run on powdered sugar? From an article in the NY Times: “He will then start the vehicle on regular diesel, and after a few minutes, when the vegetable oil becomes more viscous in the heater, … Continue reading
Tony Pierce is selling links from his blog on eBay and he actually has bids! (links via BoingBoing) Doh! Why didn’t I think of that! Well, I certainly don’t have the market share of Tony’s blog, but on March 6th … Continue reading
Please, someone beat me senseless if I ever get involved with this
SideBit’s Project Locate IP will try to figure out where an IP is physically located. It worked fairly well in my tests.
Ms. Simone, we will certainly miss you. And yes, you indeed, moved us all. “Legendary jazz and blues singer Nina Simone has died at the age of 70 at her home in southern France.” More news below… Jazz-Soul Singer Nina … Continue reading
Interesting article in eWeek about IT business analyst: “…an IT business analyst acts as a liaison between non-IT employees who have a business problem to solve and the IT department, which is charged with finding the solution.” Of course this … Continue reading