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Archive for October, 2006

Matt Drake for Supervisor

Matt Drake is a good friend of mine from MIT. He’s running for office in San Francisco. I’m sure that of my millions of readers at least a few thousand live in his district. Check him out. I endorse him as very smart, a good listener, and a straight-shooter. He’s the type of person that, […]

Tabblo Boston-area MeetUp

http://digcam.meetup.com/134/?gj=sj2 When? Tuesday, Oct 17, 2006, 7:00 PM 20061017T230000Z Where? Trident 338 Newbury Street, Boston Boston, MA 02115 Info/Map

The libertarian Wing of the Democratic Party

I ran across an interesting piece published by Cato last week. Andrew Sullivan linked to a post by Markos Moulitsas, the writer for the Daily KOS (a flagship blog of the left-wing, if you’re not a follower of political blogdom). The thrust of his argument is that libertarians once found a home in the Republican […]

Dragonfly at Paradise Lounge in Boston

Friday the 20th. http://www.dragonflyband.com Fraternity brother Jeet Singh (and co-founder of ATG) is the lead singer. Update: here are some photos

ITAC meeting

Arlington Information Technology Advisory Committee. October 19, 2006 at 6PM, 2nd floor conf room of Town Hall Annex.

YouTube

Is it 1999 all over again, with money chasing ideas without a viable business model? Or a brilliant move towards dominating the next generation of media?  Quote via the New York Times: “If you believe it’s the future of television, it’s clearly worth $1.6 billion,” Steven A. Ballmer, Microsoft’s chief executive, said of YouTube. “If […]

Hacking the Nikon S7c

Antonio pulled off a fairly neat hack of his new camera. Now, because of an integration with our “auto-tabblos,” his camera can wirelessly pipe his photos directly into a tabblo. It’s sort of like “live-blogging” but it’s a photo-blog. I can see this being totally cool for travel, among other things. Go to Starbucks, upload […]

Motion

Two kinds of motion here for you: the sun and the cars. This “moving” tabblo would be entered in the moving contest if I was eligible (I work here, of course). Feel free to make a variation of this tabblo. There are a few dozen more photos in my lightbox. I took them all tonight […]

Thou Shalt Not Speak Ill of a Fellow Taxcutter

Barbara Anderson (of the Citizens for Limited Taxation) is not a Republican, and neither is Christy Mihos. They are both unenrolled voters. And, they share a dislike of higher taxes. Unfortunately, despite their shared beleifs, Barbara Anderson has launched several attacks on Christy Mihos. Since the state primary CLT has written four Mihos attack pieces, […]

Working Hard

Sometimes, a picture is worth a thousand words. I’m not sure what this guy or his union is protesting. (Do protesters usually wear headphones?) He doesn’t seem too upset, whatever it is. And neither were the people actually working on the new homes behind him.