Monthly Archives: December 2005

The Infinte Water Trick

In a recent essay, Paul Graham outlined a bunch of different methods for coming up with new ideas. A particularly intriguing one is the misapplication of metaphors: Perhaps letting your mind wander is like doodling with ideas. You have certain … Continue reading

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The World is Pointy: Thomas Friedman’s Geometry

Recently, I started reading The World is Flat by acclaimed New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman. Friedman’s thesis is that a new phase of globalization has begun, driven by advances in communication technology and the fall of Communism (“Globalization 3.0” … Continue reading

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Get Your Spend On: the new T-Shirt-A-Day store

So, after some confusion and delay and indecision, I’m proud to announce the T-Shirt-A-Day CafePress store! After trying out Spreadshirt for awhile, I’ve switched back over for a couple of reasons. CafePress has better prices, better options for transparent images … Continue reading

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Feature Request: Where’d I Put That Darned Link!?!

A couple of days ago, I was doing some research on the web. It was totally run of the mill stuff: opening a bunch of windows each with countless tabs and then jumping back and forth between them in order … Continue reading

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