Monthly Archives: December 2013

Blogging matters

I read a long post this morning about what it’s like to be a nurse, and found it incredibly interesting. It filled in a perspective that I had not heard. And yet I spent lots of time talking with nurses … Continue reading

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GitHub Pages

GitHub’s Pages service seems ready-made for Fargo, so we’re hooking them up. Here’s how and why. In November I asked for a simple web server connected to Dropbox. I needed this for the upcoming version of Fargo. Until a couple … Continue reading

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Tech products of the year

This year’s BOTY choice was such a big hit, the idea crossed my mind that I have a couple of products that distinguished themselves in my life in 2013, and what the heck, why not have a POTY to go … Continue reading

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Blogger of the Year

I spend the last month of each year thinking about who I want to honor as the person who best embodies the spirit of blogging. I always want to do something unusual, something that makes you think, that stretches the … Continue reading

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My blogging story

Justin Hall of links.net asked me to do an audio recording about blogging. I answered some of his questions, but as usual, talked mostly about what I wanted to. 😉 Which is a big part of the blogging story imho. … Continue reading

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Microsoft and netbooks

Just read a piece in ComputerWorld about the success of Google’s Chromebooks and how that’s bad news for Microsoft. This is where I say “I told you so.” Microsoft had this market zipped up, with the netbooks, tiny inexpensive notebooks … Continue reading

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Blogger of the Year

I spend the last month of each year thinking about who I want to honor as the person who best embodies the spirit of blogging. I always want to do something unusual, something that makes you think, that stretches the … Continue reading

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