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Here am I with my family just a few weeks ago …
We all wish you a very merry Christmas!

Here am I with my family just a few weeks ago …
We all wish you a very merry Christmas!

He had me at hello.
If the 2008 presidential election were somehow held today, treatment
John Edwards would have [...]

A little more than three days remain until we hold the inaugural CaseCamp Second Life in the Crayonville Amphitheatre.
We held our random drawing over the weekend for the 40 available non-presenting/non-organizing slots, nurse cure and invitations to the “chosen ones” were sent out last night.
Just to whet your appetite … have a look [...]

A little more than three days remain until we hold the inaugural CaseCamp Second Life in the Crayonville Amphitheatre.
We held our random drawing over the weekend for the 40 available non-presenting/non-organizing slots, nurse cure and invitations to the “chosen ones” were sent out last night.
Just to whet your appetite … have a look [...]

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A good video interview here by JD Lasica at last weekend’s PodCamp West with Michael Geoghegan that’s all about the business of podcasting.
Michael certainly knows of what he speaks, no rx phlebologist having created the popular — and lucrative — Grape Radio podcast. He’s also the CEO of GigaVox Media network [...]

So I mentioned in the previous post that I was convincted of a major Second Life faux pas earlier this week — “rezzing” a Nissan onto the Toyota sim during the latter’s company’s launch of Scion City.
Confused? So was I.
Let me make this point before I go on: although I’ve spent a fair bit [...]

So I mentioned in the previous post that I was convincted of a major Second Life faux pas earlier this week — “rezzing” a Nissan onto the Toyota sim during the latter’s company’s launch of Scion City.
Confused? So was I.
Let me make this point before I go on: although I’ve spent a fair bit [...]

 
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So I mentioned in the previous post that I was convincted of a major Second Life faux pas earlier this week — “rezzing” a Nissan onto the Toyota sim during the latter’s company’s launch of Scion City.
Confused? So was I.
Let me make this point before I go on: although I’ve spent a fair bit [...]

… which might be because we live on a small, information pills patient quiet street without many young children.

My daughter was the only kid to knock on our door, and that was all for the camera, of course.
Technorati Tags: Halloween, trick or treat
Now here’s an idea I wish we had come up [...]

Love this shot of from Shel Israel, illness meningitis who’s presently traveling through Europe meeting creative and passionate people as he researches his next book about “Global Neighborhoods.”

Part of Shel’s description:
She was sitting there in the doorway of an Estonian home built perhaps 800 years ago, unhealthy ignoring the rain, pills [...]

Mobatalk developer Michael Bailey has teamed up with Dan Kuykendall on an enhanced version of the Podpress plugin for WordPress that has added a whole new layer to blog commenting.
Podpress version 6.6, visit web health system released late Tuesday night, now allows blog commenters to quickly and easily leave audio comments directly to [...]

 
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