Archive for February, 2005

For carlonoess

In which our fearless readers are presented with links. And context!
The Law of Monkey – an examination of social grouping phenomena and the de-anthropomorphication of individuals outside your tribal threshold.
It’s not only the performance, it’s the luxury – a clever way to sell your car.
Some time ago, I gestured mildy in this direction* and at another time I waved over here. Jonathan Harris is a man who could appreciate that. He is developing very interesting new ways of presenting information.

* Really cool literature and film relational exploration tool.

Information UI Presentation 10×10 wordcount

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Underwater threat ‘returns’

This is obviously the work of the GGLF.
Conspiracy Theories Funny

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OMB Watch – Congress Votes to Waive All Laws for Homeland Security

The title up there says it all – read ’em and weep.
Conspiracy Theories Politics Rights

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The Daytona Beach News-Journal: Entertainment

When newspaper writing about tv is funny.

Funny Sci-Fi Media
And no, I am not unaware of the fact that the tags come close to outweighing the content in this here post. Live with it, tags are like XML, they bloats things but make manipulation easier.

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Links of Interest

Obviously this whole work thing is interfering with postage. On a related note, funding has been delivered for the new Lappy 486 – I will be able to post more frequently from the privacy of my own laptop.

Wired News: Young Blood Makes Muscles Spry
Wired News: Cookies Get a Pass in Congress
Wired News: More Watchful, Probably Not Safer | 02/16/2005 | 145,000 Americans’ identity data stolen
Wired News: No Protection for Bloggers


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Short films from sundance

And today, we come up with another tag:

Content Film

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Green Consumer Guide – Environmental News and Products

Money makes the world go ’round – so Buy Green.
Environment Business

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The Big Picture: Debate on Downloading

OK, funny time. From a market strategist’s blog where he argues with a hedge fund manager :The Big Picture: Debate on Downloading. So we extract a quote from the hedge fund manager:

The effects of piracy on the economy and the world are just getting started. Music company EMI told investors today that it would miss sales projections for the year by about 9%. Trading in England, the stock took a huge hit on the news, wiping out billions of dollars of value.
Music content sales such as records, tapes and CDs have long trended with the broader economies. With global economies steadily growing the last couple of years, the music business should have been on fire. Alas, that is not the case, and the single biggest reason is piracy.

Gee, that downloading is sure bad for stocks. Oh, no, wait. It turns out that EMI is going to miss predicted sales because Coldplay are going to be late with their album.

I sure hope that the investors in his hedge fund sue his ignorant little ass off.

Idiots Copyright Business Too-Sad-To-Be-Funny

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and unpasteurised.

In honour of some of the finer whiskeys and wines and sundry other european food commodities, and because I don’t have time, today is another day to indulge in mindless link propagation. I am gonna just throw a bunch of stuff at you.
Yesterday and Today were good days for Wired News.

Buffalo Beast’s “The 50 Most Loathsome People In America 2004” is worth a gander, as is some of the other content there, look around, enjoy yourself.
Today’s tag is cheese. And I’ll throw in MLP for good measure.

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Salomon presents Adrenalin Hunters

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