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Archive: September 7th, 2007

2007-09-07

QOTD

Quote of the Day: “Twitter is like millions of deaf people yodeling into the same canyon.” – Jeffrey Zeldman (via)

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2007-09-07

Fancy Parking

I really dig your fancy parking. (via Luke Dorny)

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2007-09-07

Nike+: 3rd Week

Today marks the start of my fourth week of walking with Nike+. Here are some stats so far: Number of Workouts: 11 Total Time: 5.8 hours Total Calories: 5845 Total Distance: 15.35 mi Average Pace: 23’06″/mi Farthest Workout: 2.56 mi Fastest 1-Mile: 20’51″/mi I have not been tracking weight loss, though I should. (I’m hoping … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2007-09-07

Net Neutrality and the DOJ

I don’t think I’ve ever chimed in on “Net Neutrality”, but reading this article this morning irritated me. The Justice Department is against Net Neutrality, saying that “Internet service providers should be allowed to charge a fee for priority Web traffic” and “imposing a Net neutrality regulation could hamper development of the Internet and prevent … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2007-09-07

RIP: Netscape.com

Rest in Peace, Netscape.com. You tried damn hard to be just like Digg, and failed miserably. (via TechCrunch) The fact that they changed Netscape from a news/entertainment portal (which it did fairly well as) and changed it to a social news aggregator still boggles the mind. Fairly soon the site will redirect to http://netscape.aol.com/.

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2007-09-07

Photoshop Express

A screenshot of the forthcoming Photoshop Express RIA sneak peeked today. (via John Nack) I could be wrong, but I have a feeling Express could be incorporated into sites like Flickr in the very near future.

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.