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As an obvious example of “Old Media” in the U.S., The New York Times is easy to criticize. But the paper and the media company have also been showing signs that maybe, just maybe, they are home to people who do understand what is happening online, these days. Back in September 2007, for instance, the […]
On a recent episode of his Radio Open Source podcast, Christopher Lydon admits that the fact that the recent Israeli attack came between issues of the New York Times had an impact on his ability to reflect on the issue. The episode itself, especially near the end, linked “normalcy” in Israeli society with a culture […]
Using WordPress to build content directories and databases.
What does social network analysis tell us about groupthink and boundaries?
I commend some of Concordia’s librarians for the quality of their work. Because I care.
(Why Are Academics So) Misunderstood?
Sometimes, you might as well make radical changes in your life.
Sarcastic do’s and don’ts list about “improper” Twitter behaviour.
Living a parent’s dream isn’t a very efficient way to find happiness but it can focus one’s adolescence rebellion.
Sounds like iWork for iPad will export to Word but not to PowerPoint or Excel.
Books are modern. Online textuality is postmodern.
I recently posted a rambling version of instructions about how to install BuddyPress 1.1.3 on FatCow: Installing BuddyPress on a Webhost « Disparate. BuddyPress 1.2 was just released, with some neat new features including the ability to run on a standard (non-WPµ) version of WordPress and a new way to handle templates. They now have […]
DoubleShot Coffee Company: More Espresso Arguments. I’m not in the coffee biz but I do involve myself in some coffee-related things, including barista championships (sensory judge at regional and national) and numerous discussions with coffee artisans. In other words, I’m nobody important. In a way, I “come from” the worlds of beer and coffee homebrewing. […]
Installing BuddyPress on a FatCow-hosted site. With ramblings.
Annotations on a critique of the OLPC project.
A year ago today, I found out that I was, in fact, happy.
Planning my #pcmtl session.
A mad brewer’s approach to wild yeast and bacteria.
Ramblings about my passions for beer and experimentation.
The coffee world can learn from the beer world.