My God

If it’s true, the dude is out of touch with today’s (virtual) reality! In a daring bid to wrench attention from his Democratic rival in the 2008 presidential race, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) today embarked on an historic first-ever visit to the Internet. Given that the Arizona Republican had never logged onto the Internet before, […]

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Complain and Get Rewarded

Last weekend I complained that I had lived here in California for months now and had not experienced any earthquakes. Today I had my first. I must confess as it continued beyond 15 seconds or so, it was a bit unnerving. I felt like I lived too close to the train tracks. The earthquake produced […]

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Phase One Is Awesome, But…

I like this idea. It rocks. But how long before the parking mesh monitoring sensors get “smart”–know exactly how long you have been parked there, what your car tag number is, who you are, what your parking patterns are, issues you a ticket the second your meter expires, and mails the citation to your home […]

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Curious, Unanticipated, Unhealthy

As I observe people having more and more choice in the information we access, more and more control over the information that gets to us, more and more control over a “personalized,” “it’s all about me” lifestyle, I see less and less actual access to information. This is curious to me. This phenomenon is absolutely […]

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Extreme Personalization

I like these ideas and look forward to needing them. You can print your own pictures or words on M&Ms! Cute. Cool. Would make nice wedding candy or new born announcements. You can also print your own special messages inside those bite-sized Dove chocolate foils! Personalize your chocolate experiences! Here is the link.

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A New Trick…

for an old dog. I just learned that if you click on the [control] key when you scroll the tiny mouse ball on the top center of the Apple Mouse, you can zoom the screen in and out. Handy! Very handy!

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Resistance Is Futile

I tried to not give in; but, alas, I failed. I now have a white, 16 GB 3G. I’m holding off on making any proclamations about the device at this point. But here’s what I found fascinating: When asked why we had to wait in line for the phone to be activated in the store, […]

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