So that whole social media “platform” this was an interesting ride, wasn’t it? Turns out, nothing is ever free, the new captains of industry are as selfish and narrow minded as the old ones, and we are just the product. Oh wait, we knew that already: I submit that the materialist answer to the question — What […]
This place sure has been quiet. But I’m missing the long form randomness of writing. So some cleanup will ensue, followed by updates….
I’ve been neglecting the blog for over a year now, but it’s time to dust off the cobwebs and get things started again. In recent years, I’ve posted more “least bloggable units” directly on my Facebook status. It seemed I got faster and more satisfying response, but this is a problem for several reasons: 1. […]
PS –As to the neglect of the blog, that’s a whole other story, but one of the big issues was that my site got hacked some time ago. On the advice of my ISP, I hired sitelock.com to fix it, they made a much bigger mess than they started with, and eventually I had to […]
..and that was 2012. Sorry for the silence here. I’ve been lax about posting links to interviews and other media appearances here (doing so instead on twitter and facebook) — which is bad because a blog is a much better archive.(1) It’s also not enclosed inside someone else’s proprietary scheme (let us not speak of […]
and I’m in Europe for 4 weeks. We just got to Paris, which is lovely (I’d never been). We’re near the Bastille for two days before moving into an apartment. In England, I had a wonderful time at the Supersonix conference, and the highlight was recording a bit of the intro to MP3 onto a […]
Ye Olde Blogrolle* is due for some serious maintenance, but in the meantime, here’s two new additions: http://dylanmulvin.com and http://caitlinmckinney.ca/ — * A friend told me that “Ye” was actually pronounced “the.” Go figure.