If there’s still anyone out there who follows this blog I’m sure you’re wondering why the post frequency has dropped off and why it consists mostly of quoting the New York Times.
The skinny here is that I’d like to work on correcting the uneven access to Internet jobs (great jobs, btw) by providing education to the disadvantaged.
A fun story of one couple embracing the secular side of Christmas… So as I browsed past velvet monogrammed stockings and quilted tree skirts and pine wreaths and silver-plated picture frames that doubled as stocking holders (genius!), I said to myself, as much as to my husband: “This is why I sometimes wish I celebrated Christmas.
In HBR this month is a rare, methodical (and free) look at the financial effect of online communities via a study of eBay Germany… Over the course of a year, we compared the behavior of community enthusiasts and lurkers with that of the control group.
In City Planet, Stewart Brand describes the current massive migration to the world’s cities and the reality of squatter cities.
Registration is open for the Information: Design, Experience, Access conference happening at the Seattle Public Library, October 23-24, 2006.
I usually don’t participate is such folly, but I’m feeling frivolous… Four jobs I’ve had: painting playgrounds building houses administering computer networks writing about music Four movies albums I can watch listen to over and over: Steely Dan’s Aja Death Cab For Cutie’s We Have the Facts and We’re Voting Yes Mahler’s Tenth Symphony Led Zepplin II Four places I’ve lived: West 23rd, between Ninth and Tenth West 25th and Seventh and Eighth West 87th between Central Park West and Columbus 28th St between Ditmars and Twenty-Third, Astoria Four TV shows I love: M*A*S*H The West Wing The Newsroom Connections Four places I’ve vacationed: Charleston Sienna Berlin Dublin Four of my favorite dishes: koenigsberger klops fish tacos pasta fagioli anything from Ben & Jerry’s Four sites I visit daily: New York Times ?