Monthly Archives: January 2004

Today’s Chronicle

There are two really interesting articles in the

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The Second Coming . . .

of Steve Jobs, that is, is a great book about the rise and fall and rise again of Steve Jobs–the Apple Computer cofounder, also of Pixar fame–and the cult around his iconic identity. It’s a really enjoyable read (I should … Continue reading

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XML

Ah, the joy of teaching XML. Susan Schreibman of MITH at the University of Maryland is teaching a workshop here and I’m “helping” (mostly by sitting in the back of the room and reading my e-mail and fielding occasional questions, … Continue reading

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Daypop

I’m sure others have seen this, but Daypop is a pretty cool site. You can look up blogs on any subject. It also ranks the most poplular blogs, the articles most cited on blogs, etc. Pretty interesting. Although, ‘palms’ doesn’t … Continue reading

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Powerpoint

A *very* good friend of mine is a a lawyer, an associate at a firm of which the main focus is technology transactions. He spends a lot of his time on projects in New York with older partners in said … Continue reading

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“My So-Called Blog”

I made a resolution at the beginning of this new year that I would write more in my blog. Two problems immediately introduced themselves–one on Christmas day, the other daily since, both related. On Christmas day, my father announced to … Continue reading

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