Archives for March 2007

Tulsa Oklahoma

Kathryn and I went to Tulsa for a few days to visit her parents. Other than picking up the flu en route it was a great trip. Here are some links to photos of our activities. Last of the Breed Concert featuring Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, and Ray Price. Great show. True country. The show […]

Keith’s Song

When I first arrived at Top of The Hop for book group he was playing the piano, and I paused at the top of the stairs. He continued playing, but asked, “Too loud?” And I said, “No, beautiful.” There was another guy standing near him, and I thought maybe they were playing together, or studying […]

Dylan Hears A Who!

Unbelievable mash-up of Bob Dylan singing Dr. Seuss. The amount of editing involved melts my brain. via

Hot Apple News

Apple Unveils New Product-Unveiling Product The iLaunch, as the new product is called, was then raised up from below the stage, prompting the audience of technology journalists, developers, and self-professed “Apple fanatics” to burst into a five-minute standing ovation. Microsoft announced they are working on a similar competitive product.

On The Matter of Constructing RSS Feeds

I believe this is working now, for real. The situation is that RSS readers vary significantly in how they mark what is new and what isn’t. It turns out that the GUID, supposedly a “globally unique identifier”, when constructed as a url, can confuse newsreaders – even good ones like NNW. It is globally unique, […]

Real Maps

Fascinating maps showing the world boundaries drawn to reflect a nation’s strengths or weaknesses (alcohol consumption, military spending, toy imports, etc.).