Category - On Blogs & Blogging
Live Blogging From Apple's WWDC Keynote For those readers less interested in things Macintosh or technology, I've moved the very long post I blogged live this morning as Steve Job's[ … ]
This week I received three gifts of Blogshares from bloggers who I didn't know and to blogs I've never visited. One of the generous bloggers, Lago, has an interesting perspective on his[ … ]
Ok. I’m going out on a limb now. But Dina. Yeah, you know. The infamous gal behind the “Conversations with Dina” is not only a marketing magnate, but she’s a legend with great[ … ]
Did you go to grad school? If so, chances are you spent a great deal of time, thinking, obsessing and ultimately preparing and writing your thesis. Katherine Frank went to grad school, too. But like[ … ]
Happy Birthday Wayne! It's my dad's birthday today. Actually, it's my brother Jim's birthday, too. So happy birthday to both of them. Being 3,000 miles away makes it tough[ … ]
Slow to blog. Working on a bunch of deadlines and recovering from midnight riding I did this weekend. Ended up playing basketball in the blazing Northern California sunday sun. A bit of lobster head[ … ]
Ok. Maybe you're just dating. Friends? How about a business associate? Read on for the latest in mainstream press on blogging. Me? Today blogging from a friend's wireless hot spot her in[ … ]
Stuart notes that Blogging Artistry yields nothing when googled. Though I see a comment on Noah Grey’s old blog mentions the artistry of blogging. Not sure if I’d categorize Noah’s[ … ]
I've been doing a lot of thinking about my weblog lately. As the first anniversary of writing for the sake of clarity — The Digital Tavern approaches, I've been reflective. But rather[ … ]
Wacky Wikis go mobile. I'm thinking of starting a Wiki here in the Digital Tavern. This makes the prospect even more interesting. What's a Wiki?
$36? Ok. So maybe it was the guilt. Or perhaps I just needed to find something new to write about. Or possibly I just was curious to see what happens. I haven't contributed to Tony's car[ … ]
Have you ever been to Tony Pierce's busblog? I've blogrolled him (the links in the left column titled “Read These”) for nearly six months. Why? Because Tony is creative. He[ … ]
Anil asks “If Google can index a couple billion pages and return the results in .03 seconds, why does a search of my hard drive take 30 seconds?” And has a good answer.
It's Time You Met NoteTaker. You've probably read some of my comments and thoughts on NoteTaker in the past. Including my long lost mini-review of the product due to the previously[ … ]
My first task home was to attack the recreation or regeneration of the Digital Tavern. And if you scroll down a bit you'll see that I've succeeded. at least 90%. I've tried to get the[ … ]