The online world changed for me this year.
Impressions of the Rans Stratus XP recumbent bicycle.
Is the future really free? It seems we’ve entered an age where there’s a land-grab happening for personal […]
Email is something of a mess.
So I’ve been playing with OmniFocus alpha to see if it can work for me as a personal productivity/task […]
When it comes to post-mortem publicity rights, this decision is BIG: The Southern District of New York has just […]
The open source path can be a delightful and cost-effective way to go for a web-based project. However, […]
I’m a little astonished — and I suppose I should be embarrassed, but I’m not — by how […]
So last night I saw 13 Going on 30 on DVD, and while I enjoyed it, the movie left […]
Warning: Spoilers After last night’s season 3 opener, I’m a little concerned about my favorite show on television, […]
Warning: Spoilers. (Not much, but hey, I warned you.) So I saw Aeon Flux on DVD the other night. Given […]
This little gem turned up as the top video in Technorati this morning. Hardcore fans will recognize the […]
Why is it that the studios cannot leave enough alone? Apparently, Star Trek: The Original Series (ST:TOS to Trekkers and […]
The story goes like this: A couple hundred years ago, Scottish chemist Joseph Black was approached by some […]
from January 1, 2006 This past year has brought about many changes. Early in 2005, when we started […]
Nothing like lawsuits to get a response, if only for the moment. Stung by continuing criticism, the world’s […]
from Oct 16, 2005 In doing some catch-up on the Web 2.0 conference that happened a couple of […]
This may sound kind of like a sales pitch, but it seems that many people do not understand […]
People love “Top” lists — Top 100 Movies of All Time, Top 100 Novels, 100 Most Powerful People, […]
So are blogs just a passing fad, as Kevin Maney claims? His USA Today column stirred up a […]