looks like the spammers are picking things up a bit – they’re bypassing mollom like it’s not even there, and are skirting akismet too. Fun…
24 hours of rain, which is unusual for Calgary.
Evan and Grandpa acting silly during supper for Grandpa’s 73rd birthday.
Light from sunrise is reflected off and through the clouds to the west of Calgary, over the Rocky Mountains and the Bow River valley.
I took the text of Obama’s speech from the 2008 DNC and fed it through Wordle.net to generate a word cloud to visualize common words. It’ll be interesting to compare with McCain’s speech next week…
I spent the last 2 months trying to get my password retrieved from rccl.com so I can pay for the remainder owing on our family vacation. They kept saying they couldn’t do it, because I was telling them a different email address than what they … Continue readingworst. website. evar.
Merlin Mann wrote a great post called “Social Networks: The Case for a Social Network Pause Button“, where he suggests we need a few more states of engagement with social network applications as a way to manage the deluge of data. I’ve got a better … Continue readingmy social network pause button
my very own Social Network Pause Button. No inbox. No RSS. No IM. Nothing but me, my bike, and the wind. Idea taken from Jen’s photo which was in turn a response to Merlin’s post. At first I didn’t like the overly blurred photo, but … Continue readingmotion
I was going to write up a post describing how to use the cool FeedWordPress plugin for WordPress to syndicate external content into a blog, and republish it in the context of a class or group. But, of course, Jim Groom has beaten me to … Continue readingSyndicating and republishing decentralized content with WordPress
My copy of Postman and Weingartner’s Teaching as a Subversive Activity was delivered in the mail today, thanks to the speedy Amazon.com shipping system. It’s got a fresh, blank Page 61 and I’m looking forward to having it filled up. I also picked up a … Continue readingthe postman delivers