Monthly Archives: May 2005

Shirky: Ontology is Overrated — Categories, Links, and Tags

Clay Shirkey has written up his talk on Ontology is Overrated. I found this by way of Delicious Popular links. [Updated 2005-06-08]

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Wired News: Hamming It Up at Radio Meets

Wired has an article on Amateur Radio. Hamming It Up at Radio Meets. I think the objections to BPL SMS vs CW in Australia and on Leno is helping us get recognized. There was also a piece on CW on … Continue reading

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Mac OS X Tiger – Improved PDF Viewer

Apple improved their PDF viewer program, Preview, so that I can now read a full letter sized page with 12 point font on a 12″ Powerbook screen. It is now easy to read PDF documents on a 12″ screen.

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Continuous coverage of the 50th Anniversary kick-off

Mouseplanet is providing continuous coverage of the 50th Anniversary kick-off. I will be interesting to see John Lassiter’s version of the Jungle Cruise.

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Disneyland Resort Podcasts

Disney has launched the Disneyland Resort Podcasts as part of the Disneyland 50th anniversary celebration. The podcast is hosted by Michael W. Geoghegan, who is one of the podcast pioneers and host of Reel Reviews, one of my own podcast … Continue reading

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