Adam is on his way to Iraq? Yow.
Yup it happens to me too. One of life's
I've been asked to review my new Bose headphones. Happy to oblige. First and foremost they work. Hop on the airplane, turn them on, put them on, it's much quieter but you still can hear plane noise. Put on some tunes. Sounds nice! They're lightweight, comfortable, but after a few hours it's time for a rest. A nice $299 treat.
The headphones work very well with today's song. "You donít need a weather man to know which way the wind blows."
New feature -- the Scripting News home page now shows the last three days. Not a mind bomb but nice to have nonetheless.
Wired: "These corporations have outlawed an art form."
A historic perspective on Google and its leader, Eric Schmidt.
Jeremy Bowers supports: "The most important thing is to keep the ball rolling." Amen brother.
Anita Rowland: "Dave did remember what I told him about Jack and me getting together."
Boston Globe: "Howard Dean's presidential campaign increasingly looks like it won't go on beyond Tuesday."
Jessica Baumgart on the value of an encyclopedia on CD-ROM.
Jay Rosen analyzes a Reuters story on Joe Trippi's talk.
NY Times: "The latest conundrum hanging over Howard Dean and his campaign is how to give up a serious bid for the White House without devolving into some obscure trivia question."
Phil Stanhope, in the comments on yesterday's post about Atom and UserLand: "Perhaps Mark will end up in the XML-equivalent of a $10 bill -- but my vote is for the more deeply thought out principles and approach of our modern-day Adams."
White House: "Adams was born in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1735. A Harvard-educated lawyer, he early became identified with the patriot cause; a delegate to the First and Second Continental Congresses, he led in the movement for independence."
In the same thread, UserLand CEO Scott Young says: "We will continue to follow the development of the Atom spec to see how it maps with our product plans."
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