Monthly Archives: August 2000
Yesterday’s awful weather mercifully turned into thunder and rain. And my cold is almost gone, after a long day in bed. Raphael Nicolaj Spernau was born yesterday. Welcome to the world! For a less than knee-jerk response to XBox, Microsoft’s … Continue reading
It’s very late. Aila is here, preparing for another 5-day session of her dream therapy course. Tomorrow she will go to this beautiful place. Martin Spernau’s wife went to the hospital today. My best wishes to her, Martin and the … Continue reading
Nice slow day of work today: one major project is rolling along. Not extremely exciting – but in a way that’s good. Working with solid professionals is a small joy in itself. Open Source: Did You Know We’re All Thieves? … Continue reading
Beautiful weather here – but most people are getting busy again. Me too, tomorrow I’ll dive into work again. It will be interesting to see how much weblogging I’ll have time for. Susan Kitchens discovers something she didn’t know (by … Continue reading
David Singer is in awe of people who who manage to update their weblogs almost daily, people like: Hal, Alwin and Andrea. Well, in this particular case, talking about it IS doing it.
I’ve had e-mail problems for some time – my apologies if I have been harder than usual to reach. Hopefully, everything will fall into place soon. BTW, I just gave up on Outlook and switched back to Eudora. It’s personal … Continue reading
From NY Times: Whose intellectual property is is, anway? link via Array
Read these quotes by a Sony VP: “The [music] industry,” Heckler said, “will take whatever steps it needs to protect itself and protect its revenue streams. It will not lose that revenue stream, no matter what.” “We will develop technology … Continue reading
Stockholm may be the most beautiful city in the world this time of the year. Water and green trees everywhere, parks, old buildings, new buildings, beautiful people… there isn’t much to say: I am just happy to have the opportunity … Continue reading
Me, too. But mine is mild. Other people were worse off and had to cancel meetings, so I’ll work from home today – and eat some more lingonberry.