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My iPhone has become my primary “computer” over the last few weeks, replacing my Macbook, a Windows 7 laptop and an older Ubuntu box that I keep around for fun. They are all great computers but I love the reality of having my computer in my pocket or bag at all times (with most of … Continue reading What’s On My iPhone? Or How My iPhone Has Become My Computer
No matter how many times I've asked to be unsubscribed from eComXpo's mailing lists, I always get redundant mail from them anytime there's a new "virtual event" taking place. It makes me wonder just how much money eComXpo has spent in acquiring email lists of affiliate marketers, publishers or bloggers over the years because the … Continue reading Dealing with eComXpo eMail
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Cosmic Variance Does Philosophy Make You a Better Scientist? It’s probably true that the post-WWII generations of leading physicists were less broadly educated than their pre-war counterparts (although there are certainly counterexamples such as Murray Gell-Mann and Steven Weinberg). The simplest explanation for this phenomenon would be that the center of gravity of scientific research … Continue reading Does Philosophy Make You a Better Scientist?
I look like such a weakling with this 11 mi/h run, but this is a particularly hilly section of the neighborhood (at least it feels that way after an earlier run and 6 mi bike)! OK, I’m just a weakling. But I’m getting there. Oh, and we live in the mountains, so I’m sure the … Continue reading Evening 1.5 Mile Run Up the Beverly Hills
This makes me want to spend more time on the actual website rather than consuming/contributing most of my FriendFeed content through the GMail IM integration! Continue reading I Love FriendFeed’s “Helvetica” Theme
This hour, Radiolab examines Stochasticity, which is just a wonderfully slippery and smarty-pants word for randomness. How big a role does randomness play in our lives? Do we live in a world of magic and meaning or … is it all just chance and happenstance? To tackle this question, we look at the role chance … Continue reading Radiolab: My New Favorite Podcast
Afternoon bike ride to Azalea Park and back up (a very busy) Tunnel Road into Beverly Hills. Busted my ass on steep corner of E. Hawthorne Drive going downhill (near 1 mile mark). http://www.runkeeper.com/pub/act/fwIUyqxdagByKCPZDpQQ/map More here: http://bit.ly/cSxRG Continue reading 5.5 Mile Ride to Azalae Park and Back up Tunnel Road
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When I read that GMail was updating its label structure to allow for drag/drop and hiding, I really wasn't sure if this was going to be much of an "upgrade" for my email client (and central web nervous system) since April of 2004. However, I was wrong. I have a number of alias' set up … Continue reading GMail as My Web Nervous System
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