Something of an “and Life” post from Dave Winer. I am finding these an increasingly important part of blogging, even very focused topical blogging. And he’s spurred me on to action…
Steve Glyer game me this on paper several months ago… at least I think it was Steve. Anyway, I guess I waited until the right time to read it.
This links directly to an mp3 file. This is a brilliant piece of art. Thanks, Robert. I understand from Ryan Chan it’s been around a year or so… a coworker sent it to him, too, but it is still worth linking to here. Wipe your tears away.
This is aweful… someday it will be like “Bono Lives” and there will be “Bono Conventions” in Vegas.
I thought, “what if all my email was automatically posted to a blog with a feed people could subscribe to?” So, I set this up. It may be a really bad idea for two reasons.
1.) I would need to be careful about posting other people’s writing here, but I wouldn’t want to ask for permission on everything.
2.) I can’t see why anyone would care or want to subscribe to this.
Still, it would be out there, searchable and cut and pastable should anyone actually be interested in something I emailed to another person.
So, is this a good idea?
UPDATE 02/11/06: Naturally, this idea never took off, but I imported the thought into edtechlife.com as an archive anyway.
For the “and life” category… a new blog about my new band. Be nice. :)
Good advice. I probably need it. :)
OMG, what have we done? I know this is probably an enhanced composite where the lights are exagerated and the clouds are removed, but this looks shockingly like Coruscant, the capitol world of the Galaxy in Star Wars… or Trantor, it’s predecessor in Asimov’s stories.
This is where I am staying at IU, Bloomington, IN. I am on the third floor of the building to the right of the marker. You can see what a beautiful campus this is.
This is why I read Aaron Swartz.