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It’s All Greek to Me

Is it just me, or are CAPTCHAs getting more difficult every week? I encountered this one earlier this week while at the SMX East conference: Is that Greek??? Am I supposed to just pull out my Greek-based keyboard and type in that word? Sheesh…..

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Yahoo: Enough with the Ads in RSS

I have RSS feeds and news alerts setup across a lot of different web sites for a lot of different words and phrases. A lot of those alerts are setup for U2-related stuff, you know, because I work on this little U2 site … and this U2 concerts site, too. One of the feeds I […]

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Readability: The Best Web Tool Ever

I do a lot of reading online. A lot. Do you? If so, maybe you’re like me — you’re tired of trying to find the article in a sea of advertisements, graphics, and other distractions. There’s too many news sites with poor readability, y’know? So let me suggest you download and use the Readability bookmarklet […]

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Verizon: You are Craptacular

Verizon is most certainly not amping up my Internet experience. I’ve been having DSL problems for a couple months now; the connection just randomly drops. Sometimes in the morning, sometimes in the evenings … sometimes for a minute or two, sometimes for as many as 30 minutes. It’s beyond frustrating, and makes working from home […]

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Technology is amazing

It’s 11:03 pm PDT, and I’ve spent the last 90 minutes listening to a U2 concert that ended about eight hours ago: fan-taped, uploaded, and posted online. U2 is cool with this. The audio is on Kevin’s site. He has lots of bandwidth. I don’t normally listen to bootlegs but this is the opening concert […]

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