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Archive: May, 2004

May 21, 2004

As the blog suffers.

As is apparent from the previous post, I haven’t even had time to give the new features of Blogger more than a curious glance and a cursory nod, let alone post anything. They just had to relaunch the same weekend as we did, didn’t they? The nerve. I imagine that you’ll start to see comments … Read the rest of this item

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May 21, 2004

Soft launching. Silent running.

One of the previously hinted at projects that has been absorbing a fairly good chunk of my waking hours was launched two weekends ago. The Veer web site was re-released based on a new development platform, running on new servers, and getting consolidated under one roof at a new co-location facility. I can’t claim ownership … Read the rest of this item

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May 5, 2004

Photo of the day.

  Snow and petals at storage facility. Southeast Calgary.

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May 2, 2004

RTFWLP.

If there was actually a [expletive] contest for such a thing, my vote for the best [expletive] title for a weblog post would [expletive] go to Andrei Herasimchuk for his wonderfully rantish I Would RTFM If There Was an FM to FR. It’s a [expletive] good read too.

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May 2, 2004

I, tunable.

Stumbling about the web this evening, I found two extremely informative, and dare I suggest, useful sites relating to iTunes. Since I seem to spend an inordinate amount of any given workday listening to iTunes-provided audio content, anything even vaguely informative or useful in an iTunesy sort of way will grab my attention. I mention … Read the rest of this item

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May 1, 2004

When you just can’t decide what to listen to.

The available domain name of the week is mootbutton.com

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May 1, 2004

Just you wait.

A rather large pile of stuff will be happening within the next couple of weeks. Stuff that I will be talking about here, probably at length. Stuff that I’m rather proud to have been a part of. Stuff that — for all intents and purposes — has been absorbing much more than its fair share … Read the rest of this item

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