artscap Interviews

artscap Interviews This is cool. Artscap is a local arts organization in Asbury Park, NJ. I set them up with Drupal a few months ago and they just picked it up immediately and ran with it. I love the idea that local artists are interviewing other local artists. That artscap can publish interviews, nicely-formatted and […]

links for 2008-01-30

links for 2008-01-30 The secret of happiness | It’s in Iceland | Economist.com The search for happiness is becoming more scientific. But does that make it any more accurate than it used to be? Two books explore a growth industry (tags: happiness positive_psych) NetHope NetHope provides forums for member agencies to document and share their […]

NetHope

NetHope NetHope provides forums for member agencies to document and share their field experiences regarding the effectiveness of their telecommunication technology and to suggest ways to improve future delivery of services.

Comments RSS Feed Broken

Comments RSS Feed Broken Not that anyone uses it except me, but the comments feed for the WBB is currently broken. I’m not sure what’s going on but will post when it’s fixed. Also, what’s with the lack of posts?

links for 2008-01-29

links for 2008-01-29 Moonwatcher: Feed Archaeology Even if Google’s index no longer includes my old posts, I know that NewsGator archives the contents of millions of RSS feeds. So I contacted Greg Reinacker to see how to access that archive, and he pointed me to the NewsGator Archive Service (tags: rss backup blogs) Beanstalk — […]

iTunes movie rental experience

iTunes movie rental experience This past Sunday found us lying around bored with no football on or Netflix to watch so we decided to give the iTunes video rental a try. The selection is OK. Not great. It seems pretty limited right now but the movies they do have look decent enough to brush away […]

Moonwatcher: Feed Archaeology

Moonwatcher: Feed Archaeology Even if Google’s index no longer includes my old posts, I know that NewsGator archives the contents of millions of RSS feeds. So I contacted Greg Reinacker to see how to access that archive, and he pointed me to the NewsGator Archive Service

Bigger perhaps than the NYTimes dropping its paywall . . .

Bigger perhaps than the NYTimes dropping its paywall . . . The Atlantic Monthly has made its awesome, super-amazing content available for free on its website. This is one of the magazines that Hugh McKenna, my high-school English teacher, suggested I subscribe to (the other was Harper’s). I’ve been reading them ever since and subscribing […]