Lessig suggests a fun weekend project at Starbucks.
Pics from outside Starbucks in Cambridge on Mass Ave between Harvard and Porter Squares.
Steve Minutillo takes us to a Starbucks in Taipei.
Sean Bonner was taking pics at a Starbucks in Los Angeles before it was the stylish thing to do.
Steve Mallett: "I think the jig is up. These folks were acting way too cool about me taking their photos."
Flying over Boston or NY it's astonishing how much real estate is used to house dead people. It's taboo to ask whether the land could be put to better use. Now, in this article on the front page of today's NY Times, the city of Charlotte, NC is considering just that question.
Jerry Zucker gave the commencement address at my alma mater, Wisconsin. "If you have a dream, now is the time to pursue it, before you buy furniture." I concur. I have no regrets at 48 being a vagabond. I actually enjoy paying bills now. Every time I do it I revel in how simple my life has become. He's right. Don't buy furniture. Rent.
10/14/00: "BTW, to people who think OPML is weird, we do weird things at UserLand, and then they become mainstream."
Ed Cone: "The blogosphere should be crackling over the story of Tom DeLay and the runaway Texas legislators, but it's not, at least not yet."
Paul Boutin is going back to California.
Brent Simmons: "Dave Winer took a chance on me many years ago, and it was great for me. I sometimes call myself a graduate of UserLand University." I had an algorithm. I started a project and asked for volunteers. Then I hired the smartest guy who was easy to work with, Brent.
My thoughts re Tim Bray's thread on RDF.
Sam Ruby: "While it was greatly maligned, RSS 0.90 really wasn't all that much different from RSS today. What it got right was that things like titles were represented as <title> instead of <PV name="title">."
David Weinberger is blogging the BlogTalk conference.
Bill Gates testifies about spam.
Simon Phipps: "I am now officially depressed."
NY Times: "Still haven't found a place for the summer?"
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