Monthly Archives: February 2006
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Dear Capital One, Thank you for giving my shredder such a wonderful workout. I have now idea how I would quite so regularly verify that it’s still working if I didn’t get your asinine offers for credit cards four or five times a week. I don’t know if it’s the 0% success rate you’ve had [...]
John Scalzi’s new book The Ghost Brigades is available at stores as of yesterday. I picked up my copy last night and stayed up reading it later than I really had planned on. I haven’t finished it just quiet yet, but I like it so far. It starts of very quickly and is within a [...]
Today is my first day of glorious unemployment. What am I doing with this momentous occasion, you ask? I took my dry cleaning in. If this doesn’t cement in your mind the notion that I am in fact the most exciting individual ever to walk the earth, I’m not entirely sure what will. I totally [...]
I got the call via email today to represent for Pasadena at this year’s BarCamp Los Angeles. Unfortunately, it in part conflicts with Lebowskifest LA, so I don’t know that I’ll be able to make it — I could in theory go on Sunday, but I don’t know that an evening of bowling and white [...]
John Battelle has some intensely interesting things to say about Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, AOL, the US Government and their role viz China and free information. Long story short we’re all doing the wrong thing, and the problem goes all the way to the top. Until the person leading this country values human rights over appeasement, [...]