I’ve read several of Gibson’s books. Each was just a little weirder than the one before, but I like weird, so that’s not a big deal. What strikes me is that in each one there’s at least one person who is totally dependant on drugs. Like, cracked out of their goard. I’m fine with that, too, actually… it adds an interesting “lack-of-control” element. Though, in the case of Spook Country, it gives one character a measured level of control over another.
FileDropper and SmashingApps are teaming up to do their part for the environment. Average American consumes more than 700 pounds of paper per year, highest compared to anywhere else in the world. Hundreds of thousands of trees are cut down…
Are you experienced? Sexy. Rather than cite Jimi Hendrix on your resume, pleeease just say what your experience entails. Saying you’re experienced at something and giving the facts on that experience are two very different approaches. Squawkfox Via Lifehacker.
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I’d been thinking about how best to re-implement my church’s web site and wondered if blogging would be a useful tool or not. I’ve always been a big proponent when it’s the right fit, but my church isn’t that big or that technologically advanced; it would be a big step for them. I’m still not sure it’s the right time, but I’m going to put the tools in place to let them get started when and if they decide it’s the right next step. The Blogging Church helped me to put some ideas about blogging and its ministry applicability into better perspective. It was an excellent read, and certainly a very timely one as I’d just started the rebuild project when I received the book.
Yesterday I was looking for good instructions on inserting video content into a LiveJournal comment (for someone else) and couldn’t find any. So, after being successful, I felt it my geek duty to write up my directions in case, some…
Edit: The latest version of the SyntaxHighlighter plugin, called SyntaxHighlighter Evolved, now supports version 2.0 and has built-in shortcode support which is way cooler than what I did here. :-)