[anil dash] The Man Who Saved the World (by not starting a nuclear strike)
Quite apart from the unspeakably cool domain name (in a theology geek way) – shorter catechism dot dom, this definition of prayer is part of the preparations I’m making for this term’s swag studies.
Writing, Briefly – short essay (list, really) on how to write concisely.
Movie: The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
It’s been a while since I’ve enjoyed a movie as much as this one. So funny, but always played straight.
If you enjoyed anything by the film’s director Wes Anderson, or if you’re a fan of Bill Murray and Jeff Goldblum, this is a film worth your attention.
On the trip up to Mudgee we returned to my long-term project of seeing all the “big things”; here’s Lithgow’s contribution: the Big Miner’s Lamp.
Saturday’s main activity was a wine tour of Mudgee; some of the wineries date back to the mid 1800’s; at Poet’s Corner was this fireplace. One of our travelling companions is posing in front of the fireplace so you can tell how large it is.
Genres Hamper Mobile Internet
Peter Merholz discusses the various strengths of different formats for working with information, and how suited they are to a couple of different tasks.
[plasticbag.org] Social Software for Set-Top boxes; ideas on how to combine instant messaging and TV watching