Ali’s African Adventures: glimpses Screening thousands of people in one day for services on a Mercy Ship. Lots of links at the bottom of the article Tricia Lott Williford: A Word on Acceptance Speeches. “Leadership is influence. Celebrity is responsibility.” Slashdot: Facebook To Overhaul Data Use Policy Anonymous Doc: Hospital Visitation Policy Ridge Runners: Viva la […]
Doc Searls Weblog: Thoughts on privacy Unclutterer: Do you need more storage space or fewer things? Unclutterer: The challenge of letting go of books FastCompany: How A Young Community Of Entrepreneurs Is Rebuilding Detroit Zen Habits: 28 Brilliant Tips for Living Life Zen Habits: The Work You Love is Waiting For You Wired: Anatomy of […]
The Brooks Review: Encrypting Stuff Against Starbucks Hacker Bob TUAW: Consumer alternatives to Adobe Creative Cloud: practical software choices Matt Cutts: Securing your Google Account after a possible hack Vimeo: Waltz Around Saturn A great example of why space exploration needs to be paid for by the government, and not a commercial entity. These 200,000 […]
Devour.com: How A Tesla Is Made Desiring God: Drafted: why Chris Norman said no to the NFL AlbertMohler.com: The Price of Citizenship YouTube: The Habits of Highly Boring People: Chris Sauve at TEDxCarletonU Slashdot: Ask Slashdot: Speeding Up Personal Anti-Spam Filters?
Today it was announced that Albritton Communications will be laying off much of the staff of TBD. TBD is a web publication focusing on news, sports, and events in the Washington DC region, and was launched on August 9, 2010. One portion of their strategy was to incorporate a network of DC area bloggers (the […]
If you are an active photographer, you should definitely look into using Pixelpost to manage your online photo collection. I’m using it for my Fractal of the Day web site. From the Pixelpost introduction: Meet Pixelpost, a small photoblog application that’s a no-brainer to set up and use. It’s perfect for anyone wishing to regularly […]
WikiLeaks has released nearly “half a million US national text pager intercepts. The intercepts cover a 24 hour period surrounding the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York and Washington.” More information, including the intercepts themselves, are available from the WikiLeaks web site. I’ve gone through the intercepts and created this chart. For each ten […]
Just a touch of the light side: A Venn Diagram of Numbers: More Venn Diagrams at the Venn Diagram Tumblog.
I created a Wordle of PlanetMike.com. It turned out nicer than I thought it would.
Wow, it’s that time of year, the time when we all give our once annual pat on the back to the wonderful staff that keep the networks, computers, laptops, and servers up and running. System Administration Appreciation Day . So, Mike, this one’s for you.