Review: Weaving the Web

 The Original Design and Ultimate Destiny of the World Wide WebThis book is one mans opinion of the purpose of the Web and its future.

Review: The Mysterious Valley

The Mysterious Valley"This is not a work of fiction ...

Remote controlled hunting??

Now, this is clearly going a little too far. It's bad enough that people take guns into the woods to slaughter innocent animals. The animals have a hard enough time finding places to live what with all the encroachment people are committing on the habitat. But, now, there's a web site that allows people to "hunt" using a webcam and a remotely operated gun.

I suppose this is just like the remotely controlled robots U.S. soldiers are now deploying in Iraq.

Review: "The Software Architect's Profession"

 An IntroductionA couple years ago in my job, the managers decided to make me the "architect".

Review: "The non-designers design book"

The Non-Designer's Design Book, Second EditionThis is a very cool book that takes a very friendly and helpful tone to introduce you to Design (with a capital 'D').

Monday morning stress

Since I made a post about 9AM on Monday morning being a frequent time to have heart attacks, I thought it would be good to double-check whether this is true.

Monday morning bad for your health (Thursday, February 3, 2005 Posted: 1735 GMT (0135 HKT) CNN.COM)

Why the pressurized work life?

The Little Book Of StressI wonder why work-life is so highly pressurized? What's the gain of driving people to sickness?

Here's a reason to not use Verizon for cell phones

The San Francisco Chronicle has an
interview with Verizon's CEO Ivan Seidenberg.

The main purpose is so he can bash SF's plan to build a municipally owned WiFi network, thus harming the possibility of Verizon having customers for their own service. But along the way he decided to let loose with a few other zingers:

A clothes washer for a small place

Avanti Eco-Egg Mini Washing Machine - 1 eaI used to live in a tiny house, and desparately wanted a way to wash my clothes at home so I could avoid all those trips to the laundrymat (and the expense!!).

eBay, other online auctions, and the offline auction requirements

C|NET is reporting today on moves by U.S. states to apply regular auctioneering laws to companies who facilitate selling your stuff on eBay (or other online auctions). These companies act on consignment, where they take your items, put it on an ebay auction, handle all the fees and shipping, and send you the resulting money minus a little for their commission. This is a good service, though I've never tried to use it myself.

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