Now it comes out that Richard Clarke was a Gore supporter in the 2000 election (something that's been misreported — or at least misrepresented – in various opinion pieces and news reports of late). Not a big deal, in and of itself, but when taken with other bits and pieces, it does seem to suggest that [...]
Blogware is so cool. I'm telling you, this thing is awesome. Today I discovered — just mucking around — that you can essentially upload an entire website completely separate from the blog! If you've got static .htm pages, you can upload them to your Blogware site using FTP. Upload an index.htm page to the root [...]
I've installed BlogJet and I'm trying it out. I like it. Very simple interface, but with a lot of power if available if you want it. I like that you can compose a post and drop local images into it, and BlogJet will upload those images when it publishes the post. Think I'm going to [...]
Long John Silver's is giving everyone in America free Giant Shrimp to celebrate NASA's discovery of “a body of gently flowing saltwater” on Mars. Line up at 2:00pm on Monday, May 10 to get yours…
Alienware has a gaming laptop available that, when fully optioned, can easily bust the $5,000 mark. Yikes!
After reading Ross' comments on Phil's comments about TypeKey, I was a little dizzy so I decided to take a look at TypeKey directly. After two minutes with the FAQ and homepage it seems to me that TypeKey is little more than Microsoft's Passport for weblogs. And since nobody but Microsoft uses Passport for anything [...]
Get a piece of history! DoveBid is auctioning off 150,000 bits and pieces of the Concorde including nosecones, cockpit instrumentation, on-board computers, seats, galley equipment and more. But, really, you haven't bought a memento unless you've at least bid on this one: Lot# 947 Day 1 – Rolls Royce/SNECMA Olympus 593 Turbo Jet Engine with Mobile [...]