One of those things you need to think about, even if you don’t want to, is all the little and big things that someone is going to have to deal with when you die. That sort of thing has been on my mind, now that I have a house, and few investments, and various and … Read More
This is good news to all wanting a little more leeway in where they get online wirelessly in Eugene: Link: The Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon, USA. Residents can be outdoors but still access the Internet in Eugene’s downtown Park Blocks thanks to the city’s expanded wireless network.
The "Cleaning out Bloglines" Round-up: Scott Adams’ Dilbert Blog Dilbert has always been a guiding force in my professional life, and it was with much sardonic, crooked-smile joy that I found Scott Adams’ Dilbert Blog a while back. I won’t even try to summarize the contents; he is always funny and thought-provoking, and I can … Read More
The "Cleaning out Bloglines" Round-up: Copyblogger Trying to improve your copywriting? Trying to write great landing pages, grab the reader’s attention, improve conversion, and all that rot? Then you want to check out the writing advice and tips from Copyblogger: Seal the Deal, Part II: 5 Tips for Designing the Ultimate Landing Page Quick and … Read More
The "Cleaning out Bloglines" Round-up: WhyBike? Motorcycle Blog After spending ages a couple of years ago talking about motorcycles, I, well, I wound up getting a house instead. But at least I now have a garage to park my ride. With a year of homeownership under my belt, it’s time to get the bike. From … Read More
The "Cleaning out Bloglines" Round-up: Hot Sauce Blog From some new hot sauces that must wind up on our table, to discussion of breakfast burritos, I’ve become a big fan of the Hot Sauce Blog. Here are a couple of stand-out sauces that I want to burn my mouth with, as well as, yes, the … Read More
The "Cleaning out Bloglines" Round-up: Green Capitalism Green Capitalism is a Eugene and investment/finance blog that I found recently, and have found its posts pretty similar in attitude to my take on things. It’s also interesting to see someone else blogging about Eugene. EWEB GreenPower Update Q & A: Mat with the Greenpower Program A … Read More