Some people like to talk about generational shifts — changes that occur that clearly mark a division between one generation and the next. I’d argue that the Internet and the continuing stream of related technologies it produces, is one of the biggest generational shifts in recent memory. No big news there, but what does it mean for someone like me, whose computer experience during my formative years was Dark Castle on a Macintosh SE, Frogger, and a friend named Rob Walsh who understood the intricacies of an IBM PS/2. I typed my U.S. History term paper my senior year in high school on an electronic typewriter for god’s sake (and RIP forever to all typewriter correction ribbons). Continue reading
Simply saying the words “social bookmarking” gives me pause, but I’ve decided to give it a try. You’ll now notice a new category called “My Del.icio.us Days”, which will contain links to articles based on the del.icio.us bookmarking site. Apparently, it’s all about tagging. This is for items that might not merit their own posting — though the Townhouse merits construction, that’s for sure. One thing though: wouldn’t you rather split up “delicious’ as de.lic.ious?
Picked this up from a fellow blogger. A good way to remember where you’ve been (if you’ve been anywhere). I considered any country where I stayed at least 3 days as “visited.” Only 13% of the world…
create your own visited countries map
I’m not usually one for advocating those sort of lists that come across as reminiscent of pre-teen methods of finding out information about your friends that you could probably gain just by asking them, and I am not really sure that such things qualify as memes per se, but my love of books and reading tends to trump most challenges, intellectual or inane. So here’s one I found that was called a “bookworm meme”: Continue reading
As anyone who was educated in the field of English literature can testify, you can’t escape the Badass Bard, Will the Man, or “Shakey” as he was known. And you shouldn’t try to escape the Shakespeare Insulter.
Just added a new page called Perfect Music Postcards. I’d add the music referenced on here for downloading, but wordpress won’t let me do that yet. Anyone have ideas?