Monthly Archives: June 2003

Checking In

I ended up stopping for the night in Limon, Colorado, at this little oasis of hotels/eateries/gas stations. The motel was a bit pricey, but as an added bonus — high speed internet! In the middle of Colorado cattle country. I … Continue reading

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Water water everywhere

I spent the afternoon and early evening at the Busch Wilderness Center, exploring the 35 lakes contained within the area. For an out-of-water nymph like myself, just drifting between the lakes — small and large — was like coming home. … Continue reading

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There’s an Echo with Echo

Joe Shelby, in the comments associated with my last posting made a good point about “Echo” as name of this weblogging initiative: Echo is already a name for a product, a Java web application framework, that just released its 1.0 … Continue reading

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The Echo Project For Poets

Our echoes roll from soul to soul, And grow forever and forever. Blow, bugle, blow, set the wild echoes flying from Lord Tennyson’s “The Splendor Falls” If one could typographically represent a blur, then that’s what I would use now … Continue reading

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What’s the Motivation?

I’ve reached a lull in the activity for the Burningbird Network Co-op, though I still have additional work to do reorganizing my own stuff. That’s the fun about moving from tiny, cramped quarters to brand new spacious digs. I guess … Continue reading

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Personal Publication Data Model and Formats

The weblogging model and effort seems to be focusing at this point on a Roadmap, with a call to signify support of same. What does this mean for you? It could replace RSS 2.0 and RSS 1.0, providing a completely … Continue reading

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My DNS change to the new server switched over in mid-post, and that created some interesting results. I’m still recovering from them. Note to self: take a break from weblogging next time you switch servers. Once this all stablizes I’ll … Continue reading

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