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Links for Monday, January 7, 2008

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James Kunstler: Forecast for 2008 – “I shudder to imagine how things will play out now as we turn the corner into 2008. Not to put too fine a point on it,...

Links for Friday, January 4, 2008

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Skype Journal: 5 Things for Bloggers to Do Before Dying – “Write a Blogger Last Will and Testament…“ Robert Lawrence Kuhn: Why This Universe? – “We begi...

Links for Thursday, January 3, 2008

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Mark Cuban: The Best Equity is Sweat Equity – “Investors don’t care about your dreams and goals. They love that you have them. They love that they motivat...

Links for Wednesday, January 2, 2008

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New York Times: The Airport Security Follies – “In the end, I’m not sure which is more troubling, the inanity of the existing regulations, or the average ...

Plans for 2008

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We are about to head out to dinner and I am sure that my well-intentioned wife will ask me about my New Year’s Resolutions before too long. Without subtlety ...

Links for Sunday, December 30, 2007

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Open Source Living – “Welcome to Open Source Living, an archive of the Web’s best Open Source software, applications and references for a zero-cost / top ...

Links for Saturday, December 29, 2007

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Todd Harrison: Things I’ve Learned – “Take the high road. It’s less crowded and boasts a much better view.“ USA Spending: API Documentation – “USAspendi...

New Roof, Crows, GPS!

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Ever noticed that washing a car is like a modern-day rain dance? Wash the car and rain is sure to follow, at least in Seattle. Well, I’ve found the equivalen...

Links for Thursday, December 27, 2007

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Blog Oh! Blog: Top 10 Javascripts for Image Manipulation – “Did you ever want to add a lens to your page which will let you zoom into the images. This scr...

Links for Saturday, December 22, 2007

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Financial Armageddon: A Mind-Boggling Data Series – “When paper assets rapidly increase to the levels of recent years (20% or more of GDP), well, a bubble...