Archives for February 2005

IM Cultural Divide

This link comes via DigitalGhost. IM Cultural Divide To most of my friends, i appear always-on. If i’m not on the computer, my IMs usually go to my Sidekick. I have a round-the-clock presence on AIM, even if frequently idle. I share this round-the-clockness with some of my buddies – people who always appear to be on, although sometimes idle. … [Continue reading IM Cultural Divide]

Danny Elfman, Serenada Schizophrana Carnegie Hall World premiere

Last night I attended the world premier of Danny Elfman’s Serenada Schizophrana at Carnegie Hall. The event was commissioned by the American Composers Orchestra. I’ve been a big fan of Danny Elfman ever since he I heard the soundtrack to Batman. He’s done a lot of other movies like Spiderman, Men in Black, Planet of the Apes, and Beetle Juice. … [Continue reading Danny Elfman, Serenada Schizophrana Carnegie Hall World premiere]

Google is a Bully

The more and more I look at what Google is doing lately, the more they remind of Microsoft. Their insidious actions are actually pretty scary. Lets look at the latest toolbar. If you install the newest Google toolbar for IE (link) it has a new “feature” called automap which will automatically rewrite any address on a webpage to link to … [Continue reading Google is a Bully]

Google … Relevant or Arrogant

I’ve been reading a lot of early analysis of Google’s recent update, and speculation about what people think you need to rank highly in search engines now. I was also reading Is Google Responsible for Ruining the Internet over at threadwatch. SlyOldDog brings up some good points First they spouted the content mantra. Webmasters diligenlty pumed out millions of pages … [Continue reading Google … Relevant or Arrogant]