May 31, 2006
Orhan Pamuk writes beautiful books
Posted by Chris at 08:03 PM
Love is realizing you aren't alone in the universe
Spammers are getting innovative in faking out bayesian filters by putting in nonsense words. I think some of the phrases are downright insightful. Here is a little catalogue:
"God didn't create Man. Man created God"
"Your future, out-kneed"
"Your money, ocean-severed"
"sexy baby and bad erection?"
"A miserable person is one who truly enjoys a fart but can't"
"A whim of several billion cells to be you for a while"
Posted by Chris at 07:58 PM
May 12, 2006
Give people what they need, not what they ask for
David Bau has a nice commentary on product design here. I've always thought that the greatest software developers can do a little magic transformation on what people are asking for and turn it into something they need.
Posted by Chris at 04:38 PM
May 09, 2006
The next generation of marketing
Interest in feedweaver is building again, here is one comment from the feedweaver blog: "This is the next generation of marketing. A big leap towards future . 'ads of the people, by the people and for the people'. WYLIWUG defines this venture.
We'll see what happens...
Posted by Chris at 09:31 PM