Day: July 6, 2005

  • Shameless Plug

    The recent upgrade of TypePad has brought a whole host of new features that are worth highlighting. If you’ve been on the fence about getting into blogging, now is the time and TypePad’s the product! – Doubled Bandwidth and Storage– Snazzy new themes– Moderated comments– TypeKey integration Click on the button on the left to […]

  • Corporate Blogs, a new paradigm for product design

    Backbone Media, an internet marketing and web development firm based outside of Boston, has published a meaty survey of corporate bloggers to try and get a sense of the motivations and best practices behind corporate blogs. Their survey, Corporate Blogging: Is it Worth they Hype? is the best piece out there today. Along with the […]

  • Chirac mocks British cuisine, UK fights back by stealing Olympics

    Nothing like a good international rivalry to brighten up your morning paper and the French politicians can always be counted on for a good zinger every now and then. Chirac’s latest off the cuff remark overheard by a reporter at the French paper Liberation was well-timed right before the G-8 summit being held in Scotland. […]

  • Google’s Master Plan Revealed

    Google’s Masterplan discovered on a “Do Not Erase” whiteboard, photographed and annotated for posterity in this Flickr posting.

  • Tintin and old friends

    Tintin and old friends

    Yesterday I had a nice suprise. Mark Prendergast, a childhood friend from when I was in 3rd grade, sent me a note filling in some details which I had left off my biography. Mark used to come over to my house and we would read my Tintin comic books and listen to The Goon Show […]