- Me. Generally speaking I remember how to get back to all the important stuff I find, and if I’m still searching it’s because I want something different, not regurgitated Google Reader posts.
- Me and them. 90% of my social network “friends” don’t read this blog and don’t blog themselves. I like to think that this is because, while they are certainly loveable, they are not massively curious about the world. Whatever, I only need to be reminded of what they do and like once a week, in the pub.
Google, stop trying to make me stupid.
- RIP Google Reader
Will Hivemind come to our rescue?
Dean Takahashi has a lovely little piece on Charles Walton, the man ultimately behind the technology being used at Baja Beach
- Friki (es) -> geek (en)?
That’s what Google Translate says. Now, bar fights with statistical algorithms tend to be step-by-step procedures leading to human humiliation, but
- Depressing failed online book purchase
16/9: I purchase El último pirata del Mediterraneo from this gent on Abebooks for 17 quid, shipping speed 3-7 business days. 20/9:
- The better the host, the worse his accommodations
From MM: The [London Natural History Society] traces its roots back to 1858, when the Haggerstone Entomological Society was founded in June