Taunt for Internet Advertisers
We know about your plans for the Internet. Although you won’t listen, we would like to point out how wrong you are now, so we can point out gleefully how right we were later.
According to a presentation given by Nicholas Negroponte at the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Toronto, called “The Information Age: Transforming Technology to Strategy,” here is what you Fat Corporate Bastards think we want:
1. Movies on demand (94% executive approval)
2. Home shopping (89% approval)
3. On-line video games (89% approval)
Here’s what you think we don’t want:
1. educational services
2. access to government information
ORSC Public Access DNS Nameservers
This seems as though it might be important, but I don’t know enough to be sure at this point. We’ll see.
MacDevCenter.com: Fun iPod Tricks
An iPod is more than just a music player; it’s an Information device. Not only can you use your iPod to play music from your favorite singer or band, you can use it to listen to radio recordings, listen to “audio weblogs” (known as podcasts), and more. In this article I’ll show you some tips for getting the most out of your iPod. I’ll also explain how to manipulate the files stored on your iPod.
I’m showing off how to blog to this group of Doctoral Students. Ray Miller’s class, whom I see every two years or so, is always a challenging group. I get to rant and they think they’ve learned something. Everyone is happy.
Without a Doubt
I told my Sunday school class – a bunch of committed liberals, like me – about this and sent the link to the instructor to distribute. It connects with the old vs new paradigm Marcus Borg talks about in his book The Heart of Christianity, which we’re discussing.
Voters Guide 2004 | ajc.com
Some guidance for a week from Tuesday….
William Gibson returns to blogging.
Because the United States currently has, as Jack Womack so succintly puts it, a president who makes Richard Nixon look like Abraham Lincoln.
And because, as the Spanish philospher Unamuno said, “At times, to be silent is to lie.”
What he said.