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Posts from April 2005

politics

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Running Out of Steam

When Business Week, hardly a partisan of left wing environmental concerns, is not afraid to headline with a searing indictment of the president’s lack of leadership on the issue of energy, accusing him and his administration of Blowing Smoke on Energy Policy, people should start taking serious notice. When the official answer to gasoline and […]


Whazza?!!! Adobe buys Macromedia

It would be patently wrong of me not to mention today that Adobe just bought out Macromedia. It feels a bit naive to say this out loud, but I never saw it coming. My less than controversial guess as to what this means to the software industry is that it will be very, very significant. […]


culture, music

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Raw Poetry

The Book of Seth reviews Iggy and the Stooges’ seminal album Raw Power, and examines it’s long strange history (respectively including both Bowie and Iggy’s remixes). Of course, this is over three decades shy of the actually recording, but I don’t suppose anybody counts that far back, especially considering that the material is still being […]


Sunday Morning (Cole’s Music)

I put the following playlist together for when my baby boy’s born and have shared it (most of it, anyway) on iTunes Other than to demonstrate that I’m turning into an old softy, there’s no particular reason I’m sharing this information. Yes, accusations of my sentimentality will be—from here on out—entirely accurate. Sunday Morning – […]


Now With Gravatar

Inspired by the picture perfect commenting over at Scott’s website, I found some time over the weekend to add Gravatar support to my comments section and made some general improvements to the theme as well. Now you can leave comments with style. If you haven’t tried Gravatar yet, what are you waiting for?