Archive for April, 2006

Thoreau on character

, written by Jeremy

Pity the man who has a character to support.

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Quotes by Einstein

, written by Jeremy

The important thing is not to stop questioning.

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Listen child

, written by Jeremy

by Shel Silverstein

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What’s this for?

, written by Jeremy

Leached here.

Site Search Tags: ,

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Lemmings …

, written by Jeremy

Click anywhere.…

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Stuff I haven’t read that I think I ought to:

, written by Jeremy

Architect Unknown: For each of these buildings the architect is unknown. I should get this site to cycle through a few photos whenever I feel driven to make a lasting, unforgettable statement.

In The Traditional Japanese Garden: An …

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Just asking: Hugh on speaking out loud

, written by Jeremy

Hugh, you’re doing way more talks right? I think it’s so bizarre to be able to follow you around the world, watching/listening through all these little web portals. I got a question for you: In which conversation (this

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philologr: apt

, written by Jeremy

apt — apt (ăpt) — an adjective describing something/someone exactly suitable; appropriate; having a natural tendency; inclined. It comes from Old French apte, which is from Latin aptus, which is the past participle of apere, which is “to fasten”.

Found …

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philologr: obsequious

, written by Jeremy

An adjective describing one who is full of or exhibiting servile compliance; fawning.

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Mistaken beliefs

, written by Jeremy

© sift (Jeremy Heigh)…

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Breeder wanted

, written by Jeremy

There’s been a big dust up between Robert Scoble, Shel Israel, and Werner Vogel (CTO Amazon).

The hubbub brings to a point several interesting dynamics:

1. Bloggers are entrepreneurs unable to strategically quantify their intuition (and that’s fine).…

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