Monthly Archives: January 2003

How Come You Never CALL Nobody!

Just where in the hell have you been, mister! you might say, tapping your foot as you glare down at me from the top of the porch. I’ve been worried sick! Well, don’t fret, toots. I’ve been doing secretive things, … Continue reading

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Lawrence Lessig

I don’t know if you’ve heard of Lawrence Lessig yet, but he’s a Professor of Law at Stanford Law School and, quite frankly, probably the highest profile litigator in the cause of the “people” these days, amidst the storm of … Continue reading

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Ookla

Just thought you all should know that there is a Thundarr the Barbarian role playing game.

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The Sea of Waking Dreams

Some days are meant for sitting in a chair in a dark room and watching the snow fall silently outside, staring out the window sipping coffee, maybe smoking a cigarette if the mood strikes you. Listen how the silence fills … Continue reading

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Compact Disc M.A.P. Antitrust Litigation

emoney drew my attention to the Oct 2002 cash settlement against the CD labels (details here and here). I checked Snopes! for more information, and it looks legit (do a search on “CD”; second article down at the time of … Continue reading

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I’m stealing.

So, I was over at Emma Story’s website, and she left a little gem that the infamous William Gibson has himself a weblog. I haven’t gone through it yet, but I hope it’s delicious. He’s my hero, you know. Progenitor … Continue reading

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Picasso

Sorry to say, someone tried to step to me today about breakfast: I am perfectly willing to get the same thing over and over again for breakfast during the week, because breakfast is a comfort food for me, not a … Continue reading

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