Month: November 2007

  • Goodbye Text Link Ads!

    I am proud to report that is now free of AdSense and Text Link Ads. The decision to remove AdSense was very easy, as the multiple banners that were displayed throughout this blog were vastly outperformed by the single text link advertisement in my sidebar, though the unexplained termination of some of my friends’ […]

  • Where's the Blogroll Dive?

    The Blogroll Dive was the last of’s regular weekly postings, yet we haven’t seen one for two weeks. Where did it go? The Blogroll Dive was posted weekly, usually between Monday and Wednesday, and highlighted a selection of posts that got my attention from other blogs within my blogroll. While this was a nice […]

  • I Have an iPhone

    I have had an iPhone for about two months now. I’ve been meaning to write a review, but you know how these things go. By the time I got around to it (today), there were already hundreds (if not thousands) of reviews available both online and in print, so I have decided to fall back […]

  • Donate to Support Wikimedia for 2008

    The Wikimedia Foundation needs your help to cover their expected costs for 2008. Please keep in mind that the Wikimedia Foundation is a non-profit organization which operates several multilingual and free-content projects. Please donate to the Wikimedia Foundation to keep Wikipedia and the rest of their free services alive and online for us, our children, and our children’s children.

  • Blogroll Dive: 11/3/07

    Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive: Khaled discussed the usage of “average” descriptions. Rick discovered that the long-rumored direct email address for Steve Jobs’ office actually works. Jim released Yasu v2.5.1. Joen discussed Mozilla Prism, yet-another web-app framework. Sarah listed several “upcoming concerts and events” in November. Chris discussed some of the server-related […]