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More on Think Different Posters

More on Think Different Posters

Following up from the previous entry about Think Different Posters, here are photos of one copy of each of the posters I have and am willing to sell from the collection. Serious inquiries only, please. If you want to discuss variations in price, that’s expected. If you’re looking to spend $75 and get a complete […]

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Some thoughts on the homeless

Some thoughts on the homeless

First, this is awesome if you don’t have a car or are otherwise inclined to need it. A “cargo home tricycle”: http://www.fastcoexist.com/3033359/this-cargo-bike-hides-a-tiny-homeless-shelter It also plays into something else I’ve been pondering recently: homelessness is still a major issue. If you’re fortunate enough to have a car (or one of these bike houses), you may still have […]

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Who cares if no one cares?

Who cares if no one cares?

Lately, I’ve been pondering the preponderance of organizations dedicated to getting people to “buy local”, which I suppose includes my own, in a sense. While Social Gifting is not strictly a campaign it is designed to support those who have and participate in these campaigns. The goals of connecting gamblers to local businesses via the […]

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Thanksgiving Thoughts, 2010

Thanksgiving Thoughts, 2010

I have so many things I could say, so many themes to explore on this US holiday of reflection. I sit here in front of the keyboard and topics come fast and furious; unemployment, safety nets, charitable giving, volunteerism, party politics, politics of fear, hiring practices, business confidence, economic confidence, consumer confidence, housing, hunger, and […]

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Looking for feedback: iPhone SMS managem...

Looking for feedback: iPhone SMS management

I’ve started this discussion with a few people individually, but would be interested in getting opinions from just about anyone who uses an iPhone, business or pleasure, and uses SMS/MMS, in relation to offline uses of the information: searching, archiving, reviewing, etc. from your Mac OS machine. Windows users are free to comment as well […]

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More Thoughts on Social Media

More Thoughts on Social Media

Clearly, I’m not a formal internet marketer. I don’t have “new media” in my Twitter bio. I have actual programming code in another text window of the editor I’m writing this in (text editor? ABSOLUTELY NOT a marketer). I don’t have a followbot looking for trends, I don’t spam everyone I can find on Facebook. […]

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30 Days (in the hole). Thanks for nothin...

30 Days (in the hole). Thanks for nothing, AT&T.

That’s how long it has taken AT&T to decide that it’s groundbreaking unlimited plan for the iPad is a little too consumer-friendly for a company so focused on wringing every dollar out of each subscriber. In other words say, goodbye to the affordability of the iPad as a streaming entertainment device.

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Photo print special until 9-Jun-2010

Photo print special until 9-Jun-2010

Reno Dawn or Geiger 1 Panoramic Photos for  any wall! This is a Facebook-specific promotion. “Like” Brad Brighton (photography) (see the bottom of this post) and get either of these images (or both!) for only $400 each and free shipping! That’s over 50% off the normal price 0f $800 each and shipping extra, but only […]

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Musings on Employment, #2

Musings on Employment, #2

After having the earlier “down” post about the job search and the unrelated mental regurgitation (only partly digested, it seems, on reflection), I figure it’s worth taking a few minutes to highlight the fact that not every company, not every recruiter is so callous toward applicants, and that gives me hope. CyberCoders I’m going to […]

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