Is there anything more pitiful than a dog on anti-depressants? Our black lab, Belle, has an anxiety problem. She hears the slightest sound outside and hides under the table, quivering in fear. We give her love, attention and reassurance, but she still panics. Finally, my wife took her to the vet today, and he put […]
Archives for June 2005
Ever since I was a child I’ve loved maps. There something about a map that smells of adventure and discovery. Satellite imagry is much like a map, but with that birds-eye view of our real world. Earlier this year, Google added satellite imagry to their excellent Google Maps. Now they’ve Keyhole, one of the many […]
Vicinity detection is hot. I’ve added an interesting little gadget to the right side of my blog. My BlogMap is a visual badge that shows the physical location of this blog’s point of origin, as well as links to other bloggers nearby. Get your own at feedmap.net. UPDATE: Through BlogMap I discovered the blog of […]
Yahoo is beta testing a new search concept that adds a social aspect to search. My Web 2.0 gives you the ability to bookmark websites with your own tags, a la Flickr. You can share those links with friends and search for links based on tags. Neat concept. You can read more about it on […]
Few would argue that Steve Jobs is one of the more interesting characters in the Silicon Valley. Last week Jobs gave the Commencement address at Stanford University, and made some excellent points on work and life in general. Thanks to Heather for passing on this great link!
Yet another complete waste of time… it’s the car cam project!
I really don’t like Walmart. Their merchandise is generally second-rate quality and their business tactics hurt smaller, more personal local businesses. But the world’s largest retailer cannot be ignored. Recently, my wife had to print out some digital photos for a piano recital. Our printer, for whatever reason, has decided that all photos should be […]