Monthly Archives: June 2006

Sad Day for Northwestern

This morning I was shocked and saddened to learn that Northwestern’s football coach Randy Walker died of a heart attack last night. He was only 52. I first heard about it on the radio, but within a couple hours I … Continue reading

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What I learned today about Jerry Falwell

This morning NPR had a story about Jerry Falwell opening a new church. Ho hum. I think Falwell is a jerk, a homophobe and a noxious representative of anti-science attitudes that hurt our country. But as part of the piece they … Continue reading

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Roswell’s Mr. Y

Heh heh. I know who Mr. Y is. Lately I’ve noticed that I watch way more YouTube and Google Video than I do traditional TV. The exception is that my wife and I recently have been renting Desperate Housewives, but … Continue reading

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Introverts vs. Extrovert CEOs

A couple days ago Brad Feld had a post about CEOs that are introverts. He may not realize it, but I fall into that category. I’m not a fan of big crowds and don’t get energy from it, though I … Continue reading

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How to get people to check out your photo gallery

Callout seen in a decidedly unsexy article about World Cup soccer:

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Response to Jeff Jarvis’ “The China Problem”

I started to write this as a comment to a Jeff Jarvis post about some agressive questioning Yahoo’s Terry Semel apparently endured about its operations in China. But it got to be rather long so I thought I’d post it … Continue reading

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