I'm pretty sure my servers are infected with this worm. They've been rebooting all weekend at weird times.
Amyloo: "Eventually the meaning of a name comes around to equate to the thing it names, and sheds any other initial associations, bad or good."
Business 2.0: "What if Google wanted to give Wi-Fi access to everyone in America?"
Business Week: "Apple took too long to file a patent on part of its blockbuster iPod music players, so Microsoft beat Apple to it."
Chris Nolan: "Cindy Sheehen's timing is good. Her message clear. Her determination touching."
A story that begins with the price of Macs in Toronto.
BAR Camp, "an open, welcoming, once-a-year event for geeks to camp out for a couple days with wifi and smash their brains together."
I love Ponzi.
Re this Computerworld piece. First, I am not president of UserLand Software. That is a mistake. I haven't worked at UserLand for over three years. And I would like to retract and apologize for saying Microsoft and Google are being "childish." That wasn't fair and I shouldn't have said it. However there is new data in the story I wasn't aware of, and it makes Microsoft's rebranding even more inconsiderate and ill-advised, if the story is accurate, and that's a big if.
Blogger for Word: "Use Blogger right within Microsoft Word."
Feedster Top 500. "Each month, Feedster brings you a list of 500 of the most interesting and important blogs."
Scoble makes the rounds in Silicon Valley. A geek dinner every night.
Nick Mudge: "Just as early automobiles looked like horseless buggies, many news websites look like and work like their paper equivalent."
The last episode of Six Feet Under is coming next week, and you gotta wonder who dies. Yesterday it looked for a while like Claire had been killed, but not. Will there be spinoffs? How do you end a series like this without killing off the whole cast? I'm going to miss this show, really. But then they just announced this will not be the last season of The Sopranos, after all. Whew. It would have been too much to lose both in one year.
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