February 2005

Another blawger in Naperville

Just got an e-mail from a fellow Naperville resident, Evan Brown, who maintains a new blog, InternetCases.com. His site looks great, and he’s got a podcast feed to boot. Cool! Will have to grab a beer with Evan one of these days, and make sure he joins...

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The Long Tail and KM

On our corporate blog, Ross mentioned that a focus of last week’s company retreat was whether we felt we were satisfying our mission of serving as the long tail of wiki usage. Now before anyone accuses us of abusing multiple buzz phrases in one sentence, I’ll cop...

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Will on Shakespeare

Quoth Will Cox: Mr. Charles Dickens never found a word he couldn’t squeeze into a sentence somewhere, eventually finding his point somewhere between the beginning of his artful construction and its punctuation, on a course more meandering than not, but placing the antecedent somewhere towards the end...

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Bose SoundDock

<img src=”http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B0006VX1G8.01-A32X7Y6IRZAYK7.SCMZZZZZZZ.jpg” align=“right”>As long as I’m talking about Bose toys, I should note how amazing the SoundDock is. When we moved the TV from the family room to the basement, the biggest adjustment wasn’t the lack of TV, it was the lack of music. Rather than get...

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TiVo Rewards

A few months ago on a lark I signed up for TiVo Rewards, a referral program that lets you get credit for your friends signing up for TiVo. I posted a few times on the blog about it, and sure enough, a few of you actually listed...

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Results are coming in

DuPage results are coming in. With 100% of precincts reporting, Tom Weisner has 47% of the vote, and Richard Irvin has 34% of the vote. Turnout is unsurprisingly low — just 1856 votes cast in the 26 DuPage precincts in Aurora (about 7% turnout). Kane and Will...

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EEJD blog

Sweet: Denise today caught that Brandon Rash, a student at my alma mater (Richmond School of Law) has a new blog: the EEJD blog (that’s EE as in “Electrical Engineering” and JD as in “Juris Doctor”). Welcome, Brandon!

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