Google Working to Make Street View Anonymous →
TiVo Reveals Comcast Pricing, Plans for Two-Way... →
It’s nice to see things finally turning up for such an amazing product.
Amazon Offering $40 for Successful Kindle...
At one point, I participated in the Amazon Associates program, not that it ever made me much money. I still get their emails. And, Amazon is offering a 10 percent fee for online referrals that generate actual Kindle orders. That’s $39.99. Wow! With this kind of economic incentive, I can see people joining the Amazon Associates program (or asking a friend to) just to save $40 on their Kindle...
Purple Violets: An Edward Burns Film Released... →
Cool idea and it’s getting good reviews. But, $15 is just too much for a film download.
Leopard is the New Vista, and It's Pissing Me Off →
Sadly, I agree with most of this article.
Feeling Betrayed, Facebook Users Force Site to... →
Outsourcing Your Personal Life: Indian Call... →
I’m not nearly busy enough to need this and perhaps that’s a good thing. Reblogged from jeeves.
MySpace for Millionaires →
I guess the witty response to this would be something like: “I wouldn’t join any social network that would have me as a member.” WSJ.com subscription required.
Just had some training at the Red Cross and am now munching on caesar salad.
3G iPhone: Sooner Rather Than later? →
I’m hoping for sooner but guessing later.
My Take on Fame-gate
I’ve just been reading Matt Elzweig’s piece in the New York Press called “Faming Assholes”. Elzweig takes on a group of 20-something New York digerati for what he sees as their shameless manipulation of the media to stroke their egos and feed their desire for celebrity. If you haven’t heard Patrick Moberg’s story, the 21-year-old claims he recently became...
Munching on baked tilapia and web browsing.
Google Gadgets Come to Apple's Dashboard →
Google Maps for Mobile Gains Location-Seeking... →
On These Planes, In-Flight Service is Super-Secret →
WSJ.com subscription required. God, I hope I won’t have to type that for much longer.
The Death of French Culture →
Very cool Twitter icon, Ron!
Thinking that Ron should quit being lazy and add an icon to his Twitter account.
Verizon to Open Cell Network to All Phones →
Wow, I can’t believe we’re seeing a major carrier take this step. Maybe we should be more optimistic about the peace summit in Annapolis now. Anything is possible!
If you use Tumblr, please consider reblogging this post and updating it with the people you FollowOnTumblr. These are the people I FollowOnTumblr: david marco fred-wilson tumbl.us topherchris alexking terminally-incoherent alexiskold deplorableword corcarpemei tanjadebie jakeandamir juliaallison jakoblodwick jakobandjulia ninakix Who do you FollowOnTumblr? Numerous folks on Tumblr seem to be...
Microsoft Support Article on Why Your Computer May... →
Reason #19,428 why I’m a Mac user.
Working from home, which is very peaceful.
The Plog Travel Personality Quiz at... →
As I predicted, I’m a Centric Venturer. You can read more about the quiz over at the Wall Street Journal (subscription required).
NBC to Offer Interactive Ads via TiVo →
I bet these will be really popular early on because on the novelty and then will gradually be forwarded past just like standard commercials.
You Don't Know Jack about Kindle →
It is great to be off the road and home! But, it was also great to visit with my family!
Just got my first micro loan paid back at Kiva.org. What a great program! I have lent the repaid money to someone else.
Amazon Kindle Real-Life Review (Verdict:... →
Can’t wait for mine to arrive!
Reading Love In the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Don’t usually like “deep”, prize-winning novels. but I love this one.
Clinging to the Rolodex →
Before Linked In, people kept their contacts on cards that linked in to a Rolodex. And, some people still do. WSJ.com subscription required.
We just had a lovely sushi dinner with my parents.
We’re getting massages this afternoon. Ah, relaxation!
Had a nice time with Matt and Jen at Hunter Gatherer and Nonnah’s last night.
Kindle Sells Out in 5.5 hours →
Step Inside, and Back in Time, and Dial Away →
Phone booths are fading away. And, I’m OK with that.
"I'm Feeling Lucky" Button Costs Google $110... →
So What's So Bad About Corn? →
My parents are giving me a Kindle for Christmas and I will get it in early December. Can’t wait!