Via TNH at Making Light.
Here’s one of the catch-up posts – one of the oldest drafts in the bucket. I saved this Lifehacker Top 10: Top 10 iTunes Smart Playlists link back in February of 2008. So, it’s old but the ideas are good ones. I have much too much music that I haven’t heard in too long, and too much music I haven’t heard often enough. Implementing some smart playlists will help with that.
I went googling for something or other and one of the links was to this.
I regained my sense of time after several minutes, and had only scrolled about a third of the page. This is a huge list of podcasts, books, movies, foods, music, experiences, and ideas. You’ll recognize some of them, and think the list is smart, so you’ll keep scrolling to find more familiar items. In the meantime, you’ll find out about more things worth checking into. An honorable time sink.
Have you played with one of these $100 network attached storage servers? I just found out about them today. They’re “Plug computers”—a solid-state wall-wart-sized low-power-drawing Linux server; attach a Gigabit Ethernet connection to your router and a USB drive for storage, and you’ve got file sharing and media streaming on your home LAN and over the web. There’s the TonidoPlug, the PogoPlug, and the announced-just-yesterday Marvell Plug computer. I don’t know if I’m too easily impressed, but if these things deliver what they promise, then our home network needs just got way cheaper.
30 Best Blogs of 2009 – Fimoculous.com. Like I’ll have the time to go and actually read these. I want to, but I have to get stuff done, too.
I am making a concerted effort to adopt Evernote into my brain.
A terrific turn of phrase from Josh Marshall.
I have a nephew who shouldn’t see this until after Halloween.
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