There's too much bold phrases (as in Unread) on my e-mailboxes, NetNewsWire and Google Alerts that I barely have time to write even as I read about how interesting some stuff really are and worth sharing. So I'm having a go at Quick Eeds, just to make it more palatable (and more time to Tweet?!).
Looks like not only are techies the ones against any monopoly of the web. These men in white are, too especially with MSFT men speaking about paternalism. Semantic, bwishet. (C/o NYT)
Not the Wilbury's but from Hippie town as well. If you've time to spare, go visit.
No Casey Kasem and no fan mails but these are real ruby gems on rails.
SaaS, can't fight it, huh. Even behemoths fall for it.
And Better late tweet than never
Shel talks to the Twitter guys and there are plenty of insights to Twitter world. Guess, I belong to the above-average posteurs posting more than 3x a day. I'm turning Japanese.
So-called Popular Posts
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via youtube.com Animation, Beatles and of course, music. What's not to like? I admit I can totally relate to it. Timeless.
Kind to others, severe to himself - Thomas of Celano The most challenging aspect of Francis of Assisi ... is the utter seriousness of his...
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