I can’t say that I started blogging for all of these reasons 14 years ago, or that I continued for all of these reasons. But, a couple of them were true then, and remain true today. I blog to share … Continued
Neville does a good job of identifying some of the shortcomings of Facebook’s new Notes update in terms of thinking about using it for “blog” posts. It’s nice that he went and shared those so I didn’t have to spend … Continued
I’m beginning to wonder. First, consider this TED talk bout how customization in search results has led to “filter bubbles” where we are only being directed to information we already tend to agree with. Then consider how much influence Google … Continued
This is actually really cool for me. Let me tell you why. As much as I travel for work, and spend so much time on airplanes, in cabs, on public transport, on shuttles between Corvallis and the Portland Airport, and so on, you’d think I’d get a lot of reading done. But I don’t. I’m very susceptible to motion sickness when I try and read.
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