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Entries from March 29th, 2001

March 29th, 2001 · Comments Off on · Uncategorized

Boggedvoices Chrish at Blogvoices is finding out that success can be your own worst enemy. Of the 125,000 hits BlogVoices receives per day, only 9,000 of those are actually comment windows popping up. The remaining 116,000 are requests to “count the comments.” I realize the comment count is one of the more popular features BlogVoices […]

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March 29th, 2001 · Comments Off on · Uncategorized

Maybe it’s not a lack of sun… Perhaps it’s not a case of seasonally affected disorder that’s grinding me down. Good thing I stumbled across Hiroyuki Nishigaki’s amazing book How to Good-Bye Depression : If You Constrict Anus 100 Times Everyday. Malarkey? or Effective Way? Besides being a gripping, almost clenching read, there’s nothing I […]

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March 28th, 2001 · Comments Off on · Uncategorized

Same leash, different side Tonight Conny View definition in a new window and I once again do our Wednesday night thing. First to a T.E.S. meeting, the discussion is on people who switch (i.e. enjoy both dominating and submitting). After that, dinner, and tonight we will be going with a group from T.E.S. We will follow this by heading out to […]

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March 27th, 2001 · Comments Off on · Uncategorized

I am leaving this post as it was written, so I am forever shamed. I am now writing on the blackboard “I will not post wise-ass things to my blog at a late hour after consuming alcohol” a 1000 times. Yeah, it was the booze talking, that’s it. For a larger, more detailed, and more […]

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March 27th, 2001 · Comments Off on · Uncategorized

Bring Back The Dongle! From this article at Salon, comes talk of copy-protected music CDs. Does the music industry have their collective brains entirely disengaged? “The CD is the root of all of our problems with the Net,” says Jay Samit, senior vice president of new media at EMI, which is testing various copy-protection technologies. […]

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