Monday is a travel day: It’s not cold enough for me in Nashville, so during the coming couple of days, I thought I’d travel to places with snow in their forecasts. Just the thing to get one in the Christmas holiday spirit.
Buzzword attenuation: What Kathy Sierra said: “A buzz-phrase should explictly state how it directly benefits the user.“
Observation: I guess it’s not just me.
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What Scott Adams said: “There are a lot of jobs that I wouldn’t want, and “third highest ranking al-Qaida leader” is right at the top. But I can tell you for sure that if I ever got that job, the first thing I’d do is narc out one of the top two guys so I could move up a notch. Apparently one of the perks of being in the top two is having a really, really good hiding place. The number 3 through 10 leadership guys are pretty much scurrying between mud huts and looking at the sky a lot.”
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Magazine viral marketing gimmick of the year: Yes, you too can have your picture above Times Square as Time magazine’s “person of the year” (for eight seconds). And please, before anyone says this is Web 2.0, let’s recall Joe Boxer, 1995.
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Where have all the boys gone? (From today’s Washington Post): “Colleges and universities across the country are grappling with the case of the mysteriously vanishing male. Where men once dominated, they now make up no more than 43 percent of students at American institutions of higher learning, according to 2003 statistics, and this downward trend shows every sign of continuing unabated.”
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