Monthly Archives: July 2013

More Monday morning Fargo features.

The changes are detailed on the Worknotes page for Fargo 0.98. As with 0.97, these are nice-to-have fixes and little features that make Fargo a little easier to use. This is the place I like to get to with a … Continue reading

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Anthony Weiner in the NYC mayoral debate.

Moderator: Now we have reached the point in the debate where the candidates take out their penises and show them to the audience. I’ll ask for a bit of polite applause, no cheering or booing please. Christine Quinn: Excuse me.

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Couple of suggestions for Fargo bloggers re Disqus comments.

Regarding Disqus comments: You can turn off the links to articles, if you don’t care about revenue. Here’s how: Go to the Disqus dashboard. In the left column, click on the site you want to configure. Click the Settings tab. … Continue reading

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Scripting News: Another JLG story.

I’m discussing a project with my friend Jason Pontin at MIT Technology Review. He was lamenting how he has to go around his own people to get this done. That reminded me of a Jean-Louis Gassee story, the legendary former … Continue reading

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I love Fargo!

I gotta say, now that the Trex server is humming, I have never been happier with a writing environment. The fact that I have the ability to improve it myself is just icing on the cake. It’s as if this … Continue reading

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Forward motion with RSS.

You know what would be cool? If you have an idea that would improve RSS for everyone, how about writing a blog post about it so we can all give it consideration, think about it, and possibly support your idea? … Continue reading

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Finishing Engelbart’s unfinished revolution.

I read Howard Rheingold’s piece on the Technology Review website, about how the revolution that Doug Engelbart envisioned has gone unfinished. To which I say — not so. The work continues. “Fargo” is tool for augmenting human intellect, as were … Continue reading

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