Monthly Archives: March 2011

Excellence in coffee

Every once in a while, by accident, I brew an excellent pot of coffee. Today, my dear friends, is one of those days. What makes for excellence in coffee? 1. Good flavor. 2. Not too strong, but not weak. 3. … Continue reading

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Software end-game, like film editing

It’s been a while since I posted an update on the minimal blogging tool. The last couple of weeks have been really intense. Imagine my software is a movie and after editing the film and watching it a few times … Continue reading

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Are you buying into the Times paywall?

Today is the day I thought would never come — the NY Times is turning on its paywall for the rest of the world (Canada got it last week). I haven’t received a pitch from them, beyond getting a free … Continue reading

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Rebooting the News today at Noon Eastern

Another Rebooting the News today at noon Eastern. We’re going to do a live stream, again, on Talkshoe. Please come listen if you’re around. I’ll post the MP3 here when we’re done. http://mp3.morningcoffeenotes.com/reboot11Mar28.mp3

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Is it a bubble? It matters if we think it is.

Every day more people ask if this is a bubble. Some say yes, some no. Those that say no seem to say it with hesitation. It could be my imagination, but it seems those who say yes say it with … Continue reading

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Fractional horsepower TwitterFeed? Sure, why not.

A few years ago I wrote about a fractional horsepower web server. Then in 2009, about fractional horsepower Twitters (which we’re getting mighty close to now in 2011). You can also see what we’re working on as a fractional horsepower … Continue reading

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An Internet inside an Internet

Dropbox is amazing, more amazing than I realized. It solves so many problems that I was waiting for a solution to. But sometimes you have to flip around the way you think about the problem to see that. For example, … Continue reading

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