Semi-Random WalksA podcast of interesting people. Learn more.
- Semi-Random Walks # 43: Artist and writer David Sandum
- Semi-Random Walks # 42: Muse Magdalene
- Semi-Random Walks #41: Michael Ellsberg, writer, coach and sexuality explorer
- Semi-Random Walks #40 : Singer/songwriter/musician Latifah Phillips
- Semi-Random Walks # 39: Michelle Terrell, the Pistol Whip Hippie
Monthly Archives: May 2003
Re: Rim Bray’s essay about Counting Subscribers to an RSS feed, I like the idea of a unique hashcode, but I think many people will hate the idea of giving out their email address to generate it. One of the great … Continue reading
CNET News.com – Spam blockers may wreak e-mail havoc News Flash: they already wreak havoc.
Ever wonder how Gator works? A guy at Harvard did, too, and now he’s doing some interesting research. Or at least we was doing research. Gator blocked him yesterday.
Below is the announcement I received from NewsGator developer Greg Reinacker’s Weblog. The cool thing is, I’m posting this directly from Outlook using NewsGator 1.2 – pictures too!. It’s almost as easy as forwarding an email. Great work, Greg! NewsGator … Continue reading
NewsGator 1.2 is out. It rocks!
Joel on Software makes an interesting argument against prototyping (I don’t think I’ve heard anyone take this stance), but it seems to me he’s using the worst case scenario. Prototyping is extremely valuable in the web design process because most … Continue reading
Are you ready for personalized PageRrank? Apparently some researches have found an algorithm that’sfive times faster than those currently in use and eventually may be used to personalize search results to your specific tendencies.
Note to self. Don’t drink coffee near computer keyboard. More specifically, don’t spill coffee on the keyboard. I just spent the whole morning trying to fix the darn thing before giving up and going to Best Buy.
Interesting discussion within the blog community: Google may change the way they index blogs