Monthly Archives: February 2011

February 28, 2011 – CDs, the O’s.

Ah, last post of the month…CD day! Today, the O’s… The Highlights: Oasis – Call them Beatles copycats if you must, but the Gallagher brothers put on quite the live show…and their tunes always make a long drive down a … Continue reading

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February 27, 2011 – On evolution.

This is just a great book, written by chief “skeptic” Michael Shermer. It’s a great book, written to provide tangible, sensible reasons to argue for why evolution is too important to be treated as the political football its been made … Continue reading

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February 26, 2011 – Darting out.

An old friend of mine gave me these darts. They’re really cool actually, but…just like I’ll never be one of those guys who brings his own pool stick to a game, I won’t be carting my own darts down to … Continue reading

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February 25, 2011 – Suit up.

Simple entry today, as I’m hitting the road on my way to TED. Today, I RID myself of a suit jacket…that used to fit me (better?) when I was heavier…I RID it today, as part of my commitment to never … Continue reading

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February 24, 2011 – Headphone t.

As I’ve blogged about before, I love my collection of t-shirts. And this one, which simulates a pair of headphones worn by a DJ…is one of my favorites. But, I went back to my “rule” about tees I love – … Continue reading

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February 23, 2011 – On media, and personification.

Tonight, I speak at the Ignite event in Dallas about the status of the RID project. It seems only appropriate that today, I give away this book, about the nature of media…and how we personify media. What it means to … Continue reading

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February 22, 2011 – In a TV nation.

Today, I RID myself of this book about the production of “TV Nation” – for my money, Michael Moore’s best work. This is a TV series he did right after the success of “Roger and Me.” And the themes he … Continue reading

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