DaveNet: A $10 cab ride apart.
Brandon Wiley: Freenet XML-RPC Interface.
News.Com: "Digital rights management company ContentGuard said Friday it has received a patent for a 'digital ticket,' which lets copyright holders distribute and track people's access to digital goods such as music, video, e-books and images."
Brad Templeton: "DRM allows a degree of control over publishing that's far beyond what existed in the paper world."
2/21/95: "I call these Great Hair days."
10/19/00: "How much money do you need to feel secure?"
The Talking Heads: "They say they don't need money. They're living on nuts and berries."
The Talking Moose lives on nuts and berries?
BlackHoleBrain: "I'm sofa-king sick of hearing the phrase 'Gary Condit, who is not a suspect...' -- so SHUDDUP already!!!"
BTW, there is a sofa-king.com. It's funny!
The XML Bastard, aka Tom Bradford, strikes a blow for something, not sure what.
I got my advance copy of Breaking Windows, and my quote made it onto the back cover. Thanks!
Flangy: "Feel free to remove reports of my death."
Upside: AOL wants to confiscate your Passport.
Washington Post: AOL Might Join Identity Service Battle.
Today's word: outliers. “Outliers make statistical analyses difficult.”
MSNBC: "Microsoft Corp. will cut back dramatically on hiring in the coming year as part of a cost-cutting drive just as the software giant begins a major new product cycle that executives hope will reignite sluggish personal computer sales."
Register: Symantec fails to stop SirCam.
Doc: "I pause to observe that there are few pleasures more civilized than blogging naked over a fat line from a well-connected room in a fine hotel."
Apparently I've been rated by the PTypes weblog as a hedonist. Coool!
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