Being married to a Japanese woman, I’ve cultivated a love of tea. Although Koreans have great tea as well, it doesn’t figure as highly in the culture as it does for the Japanese.Read More
Today marks the completion of my thirtieth trip around the sun. And it’s been a scenic ride. Much love and thanks to my lovely wife for putting together a little shindig for me and a few of our closest friends. Great food and drink were consumed and a good time was had by all.Read More
What will the last two lines print. Will they be the same?Read More
I’m proposing a new attribute. Place rel=”willfollowforfood” in your link and I will index it in exchange for food.Read More
Hello y’all. In case you haven’t noticed, links in my comments now have a rel=”nofollow” attribute attached. That means no more Google juice when you post a list of links in the comments section of my site. So you can stop now. No really. Move along. No point in comment spamming here.Read More
I read an article recently that talked about how ticket scalpers have a 10% success rate against TicketMaster’s CAPTCHA controls. That might not seem like a very good rate, but when you have an automated process attacking it, 10% is plenty good.Read More
I never fill out these silly surveys and usually make fun of those who do. But I succumbed to peer pressure this time. Apparently I’m a Nerd King God, I don’t know whether to be proud or insulted.Read More
Saw this on Scoble’s link blog.Read More
I love me some electronic gadgets.Read More
The real trick here is: if you don’t want your full posts reprinted somewhere else, don’t put them into RSS. That’s one reason most commercial sites don’t include full content in their feeds.
I don’t mind that Bloglines reprints my content and I don’t mind that anyone using an RSS News Aggregator looks at my content without seeing my design or my navigation links or my email address or cell phone number.
If I did care, I’d switch my RSS feeds to only shove out partial content, or I’d delete my RSS feed altogether.
I keep waking up at 4:30 AM wide eyes open, too wired to sleep, too tired to think straight. At least I won’t be late for basketball this morning.Read More
Hmm, I’ll have to try this…Read More