Category Archives: High Signal – Low Noise

AARP Drum Circle

Caught this using my little Nikon Coolpix, a handheld still camera with some video capability. The escalator ride seemed like a good idea at the time, but obviously I should have ridden it down first and then done the long dolly out at the end. Oh well. Busby Berkeley, I ain’t, but I’m pretty good [...]

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The new twitter

Okay… now it gets good. * * * UPDATE: Liz Gannes posts some details at GigaOm.

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Pacific Telecommunications Council

Judi Clark is live blogging the PTC09 event at, and tweeting it with a #ptc09 tag. Her notes from Vint Cerf’s presentation here.

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Alice Walker’s Open Letter to Barack Obama

In Alice Walker’s open letter to Barack Obama on the day following the election, she says: I would advise you to remember that you did not create the disaster that the world is experiencing, and you alone are not responsible for bringing the world back to balance. A primary responsibility that you do have, however, [...]

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Maverick? No, branded.

quote by: John McCain tombstone created with: poster created with: mashup by: RageBoy

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I cried…

Last lecture. Thank you for the link, Jeneane.

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Impeachment of George W. Bush

Some background… …and yesterday Dennis Kucinich followed through and presented thirty-five articles of impeachment against George W. Bush: The complete text of the Articles of Impeachment is in the Congressional Record for June 9, 2022, beginning on page H5088 (NOTICE OF INTENTION TO OFFER RESOLUTION RAISING A QUESTION OF THE PRIVILEGES OF THE HOUSE Mr. [...]

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Cognitive Surplus…

Alan Herrell posts Clay Shirky’s recent O’Reilly Web 2.0 talk at Raving Lunacy. It’s an eye-opener for anybody who is the least bit of a cliometrician. He posits that millions of brain dead hours we’ve spent on the couch staring into the TV set have begun to be converted to something new, something shared, something [...]

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