From the monthly archives:

December 2007

Prosaically enough…

December 31, 2007

Happy New Year… may 2008 be everything you want it to be.

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“It will finally dawn on people that the most important voice on the web is their own, not the dopes’ that they’re following.”

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sometimes mark woods just cracks me up…

December 29, 2007

“Quotations are useful in periods of ignorance or obscurantist beliefs.” - Guy Debord [tags]hunh, whuzzat you say[/tags]

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good question

December 29, 2007

bmo asks: Who owns my twitters? [tags]creatine comments, peeps, tweets, flutters, and trills[/tags]

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Jon Swift’s compendium of best blog posts of 2007

December 29, 2007

Here it is… My blogging this year was spotty at best. On a good day I suppose I could be happily entertained pawing through all the manure looking for the pony, but frankly it’s just not a good day. So, suspending the search for a decent post of my own to highlight (not that anybody [...]

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Who is that woman and why is she following me on twitter?

December 28, 2007

Diagram by Phillip Lenssen Theme music by Jonathan Coulton… Toolan, a former New York bank executive, wore black, tasseled loafers, a dark suit, and a red-striped tie as he walked in shackles from the Police Department to court. Hounded by reporters, he said nothing before, during, or after the hearing. I’m guessing he lost the [...]

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After Benazir

December 28, 2007

What has been clear to thoughtful people in the United States since September 12, 2001 is that when crimes are addressed as warfare, when terrorism is encountered on its own terms, when the desire for vengeance trumps the commitment to justice, when adolescent leaders turn the public arena into some kind of staged action drama, [...]

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We’re all downwind

December 28, 2007

I went to the pharmacy to pick up potassium iodide tablets, just in case. They don’t stock them at my local Walgreens. The pharmacist laughed at me. “Concerned about radiation? Do you have gas masks too?” Oops. He lost a customer forever. Or for the next year, whichever comes first. On Friday, April 25, 1986, [...]

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