I suppose this could be know as the 'blocking and tackling' of space travel. We're all human after all. New Scientist
Funny and sad...and funny. But sad. Webvan stock certificate sells for $530 on eBay (7/31/2001)
Incredible archive of some old films from the Prelinger Archives. Is this a sign of things to come or a huge waste of bandwidth? Internet Archive: Movie Collection
She ate five pounds of the stuff? I took a medical ethics course in graduate school once, funny this never came up...New Scientist
Wonder how voice activation would work for him... Safari park workers in Scotland awake to find chimp on the line (7/25/2001)
Is this guy serious? HP is laying off 5,000 people and he's hoping to fetch $50,000 for SexualHarassment.com? Dude. WebMagic hold 'fire sale' on 300 domain names (7/25/2001)
Yeah, this is why I want to buy video games for my son Luc. No really honey. THE SUNDAY TIMES: NEWS
These descriptions of landing on the moon have the sound of poetry to me. Salon News | "Magnificent desolation"
Intelligence borrows, genius steals. The Quotations Page
This just goes to prove what I always suspected. Luck had much to do with the creation of an enourmous amount of wealth during the internet boom of the 90's. digitalMass at Boston.com
Good stuff that's relevant to my work right now. Project management related.
VC's apologizing now. Great, that makes me feel much much better. Top VC Doerr apologizes for helping fuel dot-com frenzy (7/15/2001)
Wireless access for free, brought to you by good people. I love it. And this guy uses MapBlast for his Bay Area access point maps to boot. Right on.San Francisco Bay Wireless 802.11b Internet Access
So the kid has finally arrived. I think I need to write a bunch about that as it was incredible, absolutely incredible. Here are some pics (the graphic ones have been left out on purpose--those I can send if you're really interested). Let's just say that my respect for my wife has never been as high. Ladies and gentlemen, we give you Luc Bertrand Pardehpoosh.
A really good idea if you ask me. WSJ.com(subscription req'd)
This is, potentially, a really big deal.Scientific American: Feature Article: Frozen Light: July 2001
Honey, I swearI didn't order all that stuff!The Register
Wanna buy some dot.almost.dead assets?Charyn Auctions
It's about time they started sharing this stuff. BTW, I hear that Google is still a great place to work--with massages, free gourmet lunches, andmore--seemingly relics of a bygone time rife with gluttony.Google Press Center: Zeitgeist
I've got a feeling this would be big in the engineer community. From New Scientist.
so, reconnected with good friends from college. guys like Dennis Kim and Katman. more about them later. anyway, Dennis sent me a few tapes of our old demos and live shows over the weekend and i'm in the process of digitizing them. it's time to fan the BFJ flames! here a little treat