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Music Plasma Browser

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I discovered the AWS-powered Music Plasma browser today. The technical description of this application is “freaking cool.” It is a Flash application which pr...

A9 and Me

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The image search on the A9.com site does not return a match for me in the image search. That’s too bad, given that I own the top 10 text search results for “...

The ex-Amazon Blogging Network

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While trying to figure out what Erik Benson was up to, I found a nice little network of ex-Amazon bloggers.

Desktop Cleaning

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In an effort to clean up my physical desktop, here are some links to random articles that I’ve just gotten around to reading:

Mega Yachts

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In the unlikely event that I suddenly come in to tens of millions of dollars, I am going to buy a mega yacht. This is a well-traveled path; tech tycoons such...

Make – a Technology Magazine from O’Reilly

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O’Reilly will soon publish a new magazine entitled Make: technology on your time. From what I can see this will be a print magazine, aimed at people who like...

New York Life, of Course

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It is good to see that even my Life Insurance Company has an RSS feed of its very own. They used to run some ads showing some unsuspecting person about to ge...

Firefox 1.0, not a Moment Too Soon

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The Firefox 1.0 Preview Release was announced earlier this week. It now includes an integrated RSS reader, among other features.

Foo Camp

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I came back from O’Reilly’s Foo Camp last night. Here’s a quick picture:

Real Time Headline View

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Joyce Park and Mike Dierken of the mod-pubsub gang have taken the headline feed that I described yesterday and created a browser-based scrolling view at http...