Monthly Archives: May 2003

Server Update

The money received from the sale of Threadneedle, combined with the other money you were all kind enough to contribute to a server will enable me to get a dedicated server. I’m looking at RackForce, a Canadian provider. Then, if … Continue reading

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Art and the Artist Dilemma

Updated Ezra Pound has been under discussion lately, and not just in Loren’s analysis of Pound’s Cantos — his lifelong work. Jonathon also discussed Pound but from a different perspective. He wrote about the dilemma between Ezra Pound the poet, … Continue reading

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The Meaning Web

You may not be aware of this, but elements of the semantic web are already in place. For instance, if you’re not sure how to spell ‘algae’, you can search for a variation of the word, such as ‘algie’ along … Continue reading

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Fotologs and the Richness of Intimacy

The timing for Today’s Photos couldn’t be better because the NY Times came out with an article on photo weblogs, and the new genre called “Fotologs”. Featured is a site devoted specifically to photos, Fotolog, where one can upload photos … Continue reading

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Day of Photos

I spent most of the day at Shaw’s Nature Reserve yesterday, walking about, sitting in the sun, thinking, thinking, and also playing around with the camera. Shaw’s is a popular place for photographer’s in the region and I noticed one … Continue reading

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Recognizing Limitations

I visited the Blogshares page for this weblog recently, only to find my stock value has gone through the roof again. I have no idea why. However, I gather from the value of my P/E that the sudden high value … Continue reading

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Race for the Cure

An estimated 39,800 women will die from breast cancer in the United States in 2003. It is second only to lung cancer as a cause of cancer death among all women, and is the leading cause of cancer death in … Continue reading

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