Dear Ask.com: Your attempt to give spelling suggestions for url search strings is perplexing.
Read > 1/3 of American Psycho in one sitting. Might have to balance this with something lighter..
@oleoptene My personal Latin expert suggests ‘quadrosphere’ or ‘semihemisphere’.
@tlockney I sorted everything by XFN tags, and then put the rest under “news” or “bucket”.
Just finished reading (or marking as read) everything I had in g reader. So nice. Rearranging my labels helped lots.
Dear Technorati: if you offer to export opml for my current search, I’m actually expecting to see all results, not just 1 page. Geez. Lame.
Still lacking plans for tonight. We have two bottles of sparkly stuff and lots of new dvds, so could stay in, but I kinda wanted to dress up
@tlockney It’s harder to blaze though episodes when watching with someone who doesn’t work at home. :)
More news I would feel better about if I hadn’t just watched that cybermen episode. http://tinyurl.com/397hz7
Shop People LLC →
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Reorganizing my feed subscriptions by xfn tags.
Yay, Portland’s getting a community shop space: http://portland.techshop.ws/
Feeling weirder about upgrading my cell phone after watching The Rise of the Cybermen.
Checking out Dapper at @marshallk ‘s recommendation. Looks pretty neat.
I hate that Facebook makes you log in to apps before you can find out what the notification messages from friends are about.
@tlockney Series 2 of the new one.
Watching Doctor Who. (part of my xmas presents from Lucas)
I’m glad I went to get coffee while the sun was out. We’ve been pitched into Sudden Dark.
Feeling very enbeerened.
Anyone have an opml file of Portland tech blogs?
Maybe I won’t upgrade, not happy with the phone options. How long till 3g iphone?
Wondering if there’s a way to find out how much time I have left on my phone contract from the tmo website.
Visit to t-mobile store one big fail due to too many idiots shopping.
Trying to pick a place for breakfast.
@kveton I just have a SD450 but I’m planning to get a xti soon.
All week I’ve been feeling like too many news stories read like an Onion article or April 1 joke.
Google just decided I’m a spam bot.
@bleything I use Canon.
Trying to remember everyone I’ve talked to in the last year about a better local tech calendar. I should’ve kept notes.
Feb 11, 2008: Pecha Kucha Portland at Imago... →
Pecha Kucha Night, devised by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham (Klein Dytham architecture), was conceived in 2003 as a place for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public. (Admittedly, it was also a way to get more people to visit SuperDeluxe - their then newly opened multimedia event space in Tokyo). But as we all know, give a mike to a designer (especially an architect) and...
Wondering if Yahoo’s zonetag program is dead. The list of supported phones has been 404ed.
Twitter is on Here & Now, too. It’s funny listening to people try to explain who uses it and why.
Information overload is so over.
Listening to NPR talking about blogging and Twitter.
I hate insomnia.
Spending some time reading about QR codes. I think I have to drop it for now, though. There’s a shortage of programs to read them.
I saw actual flakes for a minute there, but now it’s back to drizzle/slush. Darn.
Local groups and events →
There’s some interesting things coming up in the new year for Portland geeks. Ignite will be back on February 5th at the Bagdad Theater. You can submit a proposal to talk anytime between now and January 15th. We’re also looking for sponsors. Putting on big events like Ignite or BarCamp requires all sorts of resources (sponsorships, volunteers, friendly spaces) and coordination. In order to do...
Ah, there’s our snow.
Getting a server error when I try to create a new Google group.
Wondering it it’s worth cleaning up my messy wordpress categories.
Headachy. My sinuses throw a fit when I’ve been anywhere smoky. Yuck.
Heading to horse brass.
Drinking beer at green dragon.
@tlockney Dorkbot Institute of Experimental Education? :)
Wondering what happened to today’s predictions of snow. It’s barely even rained.
@tlockney Hey, I’m here. And that’s a cool way to use the MIT courses online.
Jan 28, 2008: OMSI Science Pub at BridgePort Brew... →
Science Pub is an informal get-together where you can interact with experts and where there’s no such thing as a silly question. No scientific background is required - just curiosity, a sense of humor, and an appetite for food, drinks, and knowledge. We meet once a month. Topics are focused on advances in science and technology that directly affect our lives, and the experts are leading...
GSM Phone as Mac OS X Modem →
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