sub specie aeternitatis

I’m easy to Google

Just thinking. . . Having this blog, and a name that isn’t already taken by a famous person makes me quite easy to Google. I was just looking up old/lost people and finding it most difficult to track some down due them sharing a name with someone better placed in the Google index. Of course, […]

Upgrading Woes

Dreamhost now has an option to upgrade WordPress with their one-click install option. Sweet!  Now, I just have to fix some minor things, and I’m in business.

Overheard at Dinner

Winter is so 20th century.

Canadian Music Company to Help Fight an RIAA Lawsuit

This is just too sweet (link): “The current actions of the RIAA are not in my artists’ best interests,” said Nettwerk chief executive Terry McBride in a statement. “Litigation is not ‘artist development’. Litigation is a deterrent to creativity and passion and it is hurting the business I love.” . . . Mudd said the […]

Note to Sony: Take a hint from Lego

From a new article in Wired Magazine: After a few months of wait-and-see, Lego concluded that limiting creativity was contrary to its mission of encouraging exploration and ingenuity. Besides, the hackers were providing a valuable service. “We came to understand that this is a great way to make the product more exciting,” Nipper says. “It’s […]

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