Monthly Archives: September 2007

Fee speech

From the AT&T Legal Policy:   AT&T may immediately terminate or suspend all or a portion of your Service, any Member ID, electronic mail address, IP address, Universal Resource Locator or domain name used by you, without notice, for conduct … Continue reading

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Should we have an openness index?

That’s the question over at Linux Journal.

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Is journalism personal?

My favorite recent Edhat is Gate B, posted August 31st. It begins,   Those of you who are planning to attend Oprah’s Obama Bash might have heard that there won’t be valet parking in front of Oprah’s vacation home in … Continue reading

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[I just posted an answer to questions raised by Al and Max in the comment thread under the Go from hell post. But when I hit “submit”, nothing happened. When I went back and hit “submit” again, WordPress told me … Continue reading

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Book it

The Santa Barbara Book & Author Festival started last night with an award presentation to local author T. Coraghessan Boyle, and continues tomorrow with, among other things, a panel titled What’s Next for Newspapers. On the panel will be: Jeramy … Continue reading

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Learning to drive

Somehow I made the Go from hell post below disappear tonight. Just got it back. My bad. Apologies. Just discovered I made a whole ‘nuther post disappear, though. Completely. Damn.

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Stamp acting

A friend of mine in Santa Barbara is looking for somebody to evaluate the worth of a stamp collection. Not my field, but I promised to blog the request. If you know somebody, contact me here.

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Vote, um, often

This is amazing.

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Go from hell

Why do we continue, in 2007, to believe that markets are all about What Big Companies Do? Worse, why do we continue to take advertising for granted as the primary source of the the Bux DeLuxe required to fund technical, … Continue reading

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Eat at Joe’s

Joe Andrieu is on a roll. Or in a role. Four links before I hit the road:   Leaving the Information Age   Marc Andreessen hits three nails on the head (also talks about nails Marc misses)   Change of … Continue reading

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