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Entries from July 2005

Who writes this stuff?

July 17th, 2005 · 3 Comments

At the end of June, the Blogher organizers asked me to write a bio for the conference. I’ve been reluctant in the past to write a post that attempts to explain who I am. I think I prefer for people to discover my identity through reading my writing rather than my resume. But perhaps it [...]

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Why go to college?

July 17th, 2005 · 2 Comments

Kathy Sierra questioned the value of college, sharing excellent concerns and the story of her daughter’s decision: So here we have a pile of issues: * Does it still make sense to major in a high-tech field? (and the offshoots I didn’t mention about whether gender makes a difference) * Does it really matter what [...]

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A brief set of guidelines for parents and children interested in blogging (draft #1)

July 17th, 2005 · 2 Comments

Kids are gettin’ into blogging! Lisa Williams posted pictures taken by her son Rowan, age 3. Patrick Scoble has started podcasting with his dad. Mike Houser has made podcasts with his daughter too. Many other examples abound in the blogs. My kids have a blog, and since I switched to the Mac, they now have [...]

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Life’s a beach

July 17th, 2005 · No Comments

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No, we don’t talk to each other any more

July 17th, 2005 · 2 Comments

Instead Ted and I just take pictures of each other… Okay, I’m being snarky. Snippy. Silly. Whatever. The image above came from our Wednesday night at the park where Ted had fun playing with someone else’s camera. I’ve decided to stop organizing such gatherings, since the exposure to other bloggers often only encourages Ted in [...]

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