October 2004

Well done, Joe

MSNBC blogs are now RSS-ed. If you don’t know what that means, don’t worry about it. It’s a geek thing. Otherwise, here’s the feed. Enjoy. [Joe Trippi: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised] Added to my aggregator. Thanks, Joe!

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First geocache

My Garmin GPSMap 60CS showed up yesterday, and I took it out for a spin today with the kids. There’s a small lake across the street from our house, and it turns out that there’s a cache less than a mile away. For those not familiar with...

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Innovation for lawyers

Matt Homann has a great idea: I’ve been talking to some really smart people lately, and have been running an idea past them that I’ve blogged about before — a conference on innovation for lawyers. The goal would be to provide attendees with both the ideas and...

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Adina Levin on Interface

Adina recently finished Interface by Stephen Bury (a pen name for Neal Stephenson), and wonders whether the outcome would be any different with weblogs: Will peer communication yield more information to move the boulders of distortion, or simply be turned into rivulets of spin and counterspin? Some...

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PodCasting

Finally got around to giving podcasting a whirl, and I have to say I’m pretty impressed. The concept is simple: it’s TiVo for digital audio. You subscribe to podcast feeds, and your podcast application periodically checks to see if there are new posts; if so, they’re downloaded...

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