me, 2.0: jose nazario
beauty and the street
london scooter shop
a scooter shop in london's east end. ann arbor had a scooter shop, but
i think it folded. now this is what a scooter shop should look like ...
lots of various styles of scooters, from cool to suave, for everyone to
spending so much time on planes lately, you get to notice simple thing.
one of the things that i still need to work on is timing a meal before
i get on a plane. since so few serve a real meal anymore, you can go hungry
really quickly, and OJ and pretzels don't cut it. however, it wasn't
always so. have a look at airline
meals dot net and tell me that some of those don't look delicious.
some look positively gross, however.
i have been enjoying the hypulp website for a while now, though they
don't update their RSS very frequently. so, when Hyperlinks
in Print III came across the wire, i had to look. a very interesting
style, but i have to wonder how functional it is.
the other week, while driving with beth to her family's house in ohio,
we were listening to an older "whaddy'a know?" a guest was talking about
how he plans to participate in one of the around the world sail boat races.
nothing odd, although he is from wisconsin. sadly, he had some bad luck
when disaster struck. he's ok, fortunately, but no
word on the boat. this isn't the only solo around the world sailboat
race. have a look at the vende
globe 2004 website ...
my friend les is writing the book
i had actually started (and got 7000 words into) in february, 2004. he's
the right man for the job, not too entrenched in the XML politics and
a true hacker of the technology. les is always doing something cool.
Hacking RSS and Atom is due out later this year. reserve your copy now.
and finally, as a not very avid go player, i should work on my game.
with my new powerbook at work (and iMac G5 at home), i can play Goban on OS X. now
there is a fine idea ...
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