Monthly Archives: March 2008

Unstoppable Global Warming

I started reading this book today on the train. It’s an interesting look at the science behind our current climate conditions, rather than the political hysteria. Let’s start with some comments on the back cover of the book: “S. Fred … Continue reading

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Astronomy Cast

Since getting my iPod Classic for my birthday, I’ve been listening to a lot of podcasts when my mind isn’t otherwise heavily engaged (waiting for the bus, etc.).One that I enjoy a lot is Astronomy Cast. Fraser Cain, publisher of … Continue reading

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Advice for independent developers

I did a Google search for “independent developers” and hit this set of suggestions for independent developers (just keep moving forward through the topics). Nick regularly blogs about many things, much of it has to do with Newsgator, but he … Continue reading

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13 Seconds in August

Via netjeff, The Minneapolis-St. Paul StarTribune has a fitting tribute to the victims of the 35W bridge collapse. It includes a flash presentation, with links from each car to the stories, including some video of the individuals involved. Technorati Tags: … Continue reading

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