Remind me to install a Kwiki.
28-Jan-2004What Dori Said…
Backup Brain: Orkut (what’s Orkut?) was down, but now it’s back up again. Not a member but want to be? Ask. Later note: uhhh… I meant ask if you and I actually do know each other, virtually or otherwise. Hee. Yeah, if you know me, ask to be invited, and I’ll let you in on…
The South Eastern Michigan PHP Users Group seems particularly active. And no, I’m not going to Michigan. 🙂
Hey, I just ordered TurboTax for Mac. With luck I should have my taxes done in a few weeks, though I’m still waiting on my W-2 from one of my employers. The TurboTax (formerly MacinTax) product is really good. Painless, and easy.
28-Jan-2004Silly Social Networks
Brian Dear sent me this latest silliness of his: Denounce Newswire: Amazon Launches New Social Network Called “Pricekut”: “Customers Can Now See and Comment on the Contents of Other Customers’ Shopping Carts” I guess you have to be pretty geeky to get it though.
28-Jan-2004Here’s an outrage…
Foundation for Individual Rights in Education: Press Release: “Writing Instructor Loses Job for Discussing Iraq War in Class”
28-Jan-2004Shirky on online community and the gap between the enthusiasm and action
Check this, on Many-to-Many — Is Social Software Bad for the Dean Campaign? A quote: The Dean campaign has brilliantly conveyed a message to its supporters, particularly its young ones, that their energy and enthusiasm can change the world. Some of this was by design, but much of it was a function of people looking…