Archive for October, 2008

Now that’s a pro!

Monday, October 27th, 2008

Watching Joe Biden handle being interviewed by this sky-addled loon is a particular kind of pleasure. It’s sort of like watching Tiger Woods play golf in a raging hailstorm — maybe he can’t beat par today, but he can still beat the weather: (By way of the ever-alert TalkingPointsMemo.) I also have to admire Obama’s and Biden’s […]

Now that’s wrong.

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

Wow. I’ve never seen a more completely wrong article than this one by Andrew Keen (author of “The Cult of the Amateur”): Economy to Give Open Source a Good Thumping It’s hard to know where to start. Does he really think that the best way to understand open source projects, and other collaborative projects like […]

Unpacking.

Friday, October 3rd, 2008

I was reunited with my piano today: Incredibly, it’s still in tune, give or take few cents, despite having spent nine months on its side in a warehouse in California, followed by being trucked across the country, then spending another week in a warehouse in New York. (It’s been a long move.) After playing some […]