A new Morning Coffee Notes about ocean swimming, podcasting as art, Terry Shiavo, my software project, and of course, philosophy.
Charleston Post & Courier: Blogging Comes of Age.
Political Wire on recent Republican flip-flops.
Seattle Times: "The federal law that President Bush signed early yesterday in an effort to prolong Terri Schiavo's life appears to contradict a right-to-die law that he signed as Texas governor, prompting cries of hypocrisy from congressional Democrats and some bioethicists."
Florida Today: "Washington's meddling in the Terri Schiavo case only worsens an already great tragedy."
NowPublic: "This photo is smarter than you think."
MarketingProfs on podcasting. I like the way they describe me. "Very popular and highly regarded." Boinnnnnnnng!
An interesting choice for Google News.
Roger Simon: "I have Google Ads on my site and wrote to them the other day to inquire what percentage I was being paid of their revenues. I found out that it is against their policy to disclose this."
BTW, I don't say Google is evil, they say they're not evil. Important distinction. When you reduce a discussion to evil-or-not, you skip all the steps inbetween. When you say someone is evil, there can be no further discourse. It's the intellectual equivalent of the death penalty. I may not like what Google does, but I don't think they're evil. And it pisses me off when people take the shortcut of saying that criticizing a company is the same as saying they're evil. That's pure BS.
Fluox: "Winer is een hippie man."
What the heck is FU-Camp? Looks relaxing.
Sounds like Barry Bonds' career is over, and he knows it. I almost feel sorry for him. But if he came back and bested Babe Ruth's home run record and started challenging Hank Aaron's, it would get too heavy to endure. He's gone.
Today the sky has an other-worldly quality.
John Palfrey: "Jimbo Wales has been appointed a Berkman fellow."
Wales is an inspired choice. Good deal for everyone.
David Gewirtz explains how to build Frontier in Microsoft Visual C 6.0.
The Toronto Globe and Mail supports RSS 2.0.
Rex Hammock says Google takes suggestions for Google News.
News aggregator ==> News aggravator
News aggregator ==> News alligator
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