The new cat, who we’ve taken to calling Cornelius, has had his male reproductive organs truncated. I assure you this was, in fact, on purpose. He’s now convalescing on his beloved kitty jungle gym.
Tomorrow is the big "State of the Net" Caucus here in Washing-town. I can’t wait to mingle with the eggheads and tech-policy wonks. A thorough digital debriefing will surely follow.
Bye-bye, Giuliani! I guess 911 isn’t enough to hang a campaign on, particularly when you look like a cross between Nosferatu and Montgomery Burns and you’re running against the Plastic Fantastic, Mit Romney. Oh, and that old dude from the ‘Nam.
Back in McCain’s day, vacuum tubes were the hot new technology. Now they’ve just invented a transistor radio smaller than a grain of sand. No shit — it’s made out of nanotubes!
Wold you be interested in downloading a half-million (17GB) photos stolen from MySpace profiles? If you answered yes, you’re not alone.
Longtime U2 manager Paul McGuinness hates broadband, and thinks tech pioneers are "hippies." That’s essentially what he said in his speech at MIDEM, the world’s largest music industry conference. I agree with a lot of his points, but he did kinda come across like a blowhard. Here’s the full text. It’s definitely worth reading, as is Bob Lefsetz‘ predictably cranky response.
Remember a while back when I posted a link to a page cataloging various Presidential candidates’ stances on tech issues? Well, here’s an even better one, that also analyzes their views on related issues like intellectual property and copyright reform.
OK, that’s all for now. Gotta watch those Florida returns.
PS: Sean, if you’re reading this — I’m sorry I haven’t yet returned your call. I’m a tremendous ass.