Archive for June, 2005
“…there are other trees in the new media forest still to evolve.” Robert Scoble, at Gnomedex. It’s a great article. Quit wasting your time here, go read it now!
Comparing today’s podcast revolution to the Woodstock event, Adam Curry says:
“This time the world is listening, not just a couple of million.”
The New York Times, June 26, 2005 carried an interesting article by Henry Fountain, entitled: Worry. But Don’t Stress Out.
Those who know me reasonably well understand that one of my (many) character flaws is an unhealthy lust for gadgets. So right now I’m trying to wrap my mind around the set of tradeoffs as I sort through a buying decision for my dream PDA/mobile phone combo.
While “reading the Internet” a week or two ago, I stumbled across what seemed like an odd combination of offers. One could request a free Holy Bible, or, from a different source, a Koran, the Muslim holy scripture. Since I was raised as a Christian, there are several Bibles in my home, all in “like new” condition, since I’ve not read the Bible since I was a teenager.