- Zatz Not Funny – Logitech Harmony 520 In The Flesh
- Denver Tech Meetup Scheduled – I’ll be there.
- They Did it Their Way – but then again, too few to mention…
- Yankees Fans Pour Beer On Me, Then Steal My Hotel Room – go Sox!
- The Wall of Death – while this resonates with me, I think that scope creep can sometimes be a good thing. I should write more on this subject at some point.
- HTML output for commands – whenever I read about the cool things you can do with TextMate via a multi-step process and leveraging the flexible “write the feature yourself” architecture, it reminds me of the difference between a solution I build for myself and one that I put into a product that I ship.
- A List Apart: Articles: CSS Swag: Multi-Column Lists – I was hopeful when I saw the headline, but unfortunately the real conclusion here is that there is no good way to do multi-column lists with XHTML and CSS.
- DRM: It’s Going to Get Worse, and May Not Get Better
- The Gadgeteer – LeakFrog Water Alarm – Hey Jason…
- Doonesbury 2005-09-29
- Alice Hill’s Real Tech News – Independent Tech – Whoops! Palm CEO Shows Live Audience Bill Gates’ Cell Phone Number
- Rent my DVR
- Bill Manning’s Blog – A funny bush joke – groan…
- joshteeters.org – Intarweb Emotions
- Signs of Art – yes – this is how scope creep can be good:
A lot of folks freak out when they see a brand new feature in the product two weeks before the feature complete milestone. Yeah, it’s called feature creep and it’s hard to ship a moving target, but it’s worse to ship bits that are uninspired.
- TextDrive Weblog: Hey! I CAN use just one password for Everything! (Slaps forehead)
- Camino T-Shirts
- don’t panic
- Om Malik’s Broadband Blog – Google Confirms Free San Francisco WiFi Plans
On Selling Crowd Favorite
On Friday Karim and I signed the final papers to bring my Crowd Favorite team together with his VeloMedia team. Whew! I’ve told the story of…