Cathy Seipp Monday, June 12, 2006 11:01 a.m.
I spent a while this morning reading one of my favorite sites. Written by Cathy Seipp of the National Review it covers politics, children and includes especially enjoyable critiques of irritating people and personalities.

CD-5 2006 Elections Thursday, May 25, 2006 08:22 a.m.
Ah, election season in Tempe, Arizona (CD-5)! Save for the Libertarian candidate Warren Severin, the Democratic and Republican candidates could not be a better example of Tweedledum and Tweedledee. The incumbent JD Hayworth is a typical big government establishment Republican, which makes him no better than his Democratic opposition candidate Harry Mitchell.

This week's Ender's Review Monday, May 8, 2006 04:53 p.m.
I am a lucky guy. I don't know how long Ender has had his site but it has all that I want, relevant information, an understandable site structure and navigation (all too often overlooked these days in the era of flash navigation and cascading style sheets). Go read this week's issue, you can't help but find something worthwhile to read, cogently categorized and intelligently discussed. Movie reviews both current and past as well as highlights of the weekend on TV round out the site.

Satire ala Newspeak Sunday, April 30, 2006 10:39 a.m.
I recently reread Animal Farm and have almost completed George Orwell's Down and Out in Paris and London. Down and Out is a compelling tale of the author prior to 1933. I came across a TomBurka.com satire article comparing the US Bush regime to the totalitarian regime portrayed in Animal Farm.

Arizona Citizens for Election Reform Friday, March 31, 2006 10:46 p.m.
Efforts to ensure an accurate election deserve praise. Why it is that the unpaid activists care more about accuracy that the government staff is a unsolved puzzle. Now if we can just keep the Arizona Citizens Clean Election Commission from running TV ads telling us how wonderful they are I would be much happier. Apparently every election season it isn't enought that they give out tax money for political campaigns, they think the world needs educational TV commercials promoting their effort.

Corey Woods for Tempe City Council Wednesday, February 8, 2006 04:44 p.m.
Reviewing his website I see that Corey Woods now has an explicit statement (under "Issues") stating his opposition to using eminent domain for economic development. Bravo!

March 14th, 2006 City of Phoenix bond election Friday, January 27, 2006 02:24 p.m.
Bond Truth is a site offering information on the March 14th, 2006 City of Phoenix bond election.

Liberty Currency / Silver Coin Tuesday, January 24, 2006 03:47 p.m.
Just in case you want to buy some silver coins or learn more about American Liberty Currency. Bernard von NotHaus was interviewed by Scott Leffler (dated November 22, 2005).

Arrested for offering to pay with silver coin Tuesday, January 24, 2006 02:59 p.m.
The world continues to amaze me. Ever since I heard of someone being arrested for trying to pay Best Buy for a car stereo with 57 bills in Maryland. Now people are getting arrested for offering to pay with silver coin.

Orwell Rolls in His Grave DVD (documentary) Sunday, January 15, 2006 09:24 a.m.

I watched this DVD last night and it does a very good job in going over the issue of omitted topics in the mainstream media as well as vote fraud in the 2000 presidential election including pointing out how the five US Supreme Court justices that are identified as 'states rights' usurped the Florida Supreme Court. Cato Institute is targeted for criticism along with the Heritage Institute and the American Enterprise Institute.

Vermont congressman Bernie Sanders is given a good chunk of time critiquing the media.

I found it worth its purchase price.

UPC: 600773602595 - 103 minutes

Link to product for sale at half.com http://tinyurl.com/82w8y

Website: http://www.orwellrollsinhisgrave.com/

Walk the Line movie Monday, December 26, 2005 06:59 p.m.
I watched this movie last week and it gets a thumbs up from me.

Jacqueline Mackie Paisley Passey on Fluoride Tuesday, November 22, 2005 04:56 p.m.
In reviewing Jacqueline Mackie Paisley Passey's blog and reading her entry on the recent water flouridation defeat in Bellingham, Washington, I clicked on the Sunni Maravillosa's entry on the Freedom Summit in Phoenix Arizona this last weekend. I missed it due to a combination of the distraction of looking for a better job, combined with my inheirent miserliness. Next year I am going. However for those of you who missed it, Jim Lippard attended and posted some photographs as well as some critical commentary on presentations at the Summit.

Death by flouride poisoning Tuesday, November 22, 2005 01:39 p.m.
There are still people who endorse water flouridation and flouride supplements. Should you have flouride supplements in your house, heed this story well.

A Possible Galt's Gulch in Arizona Sunday, October 23, 2005 03:52 p.m.
Wintersburg, Arizona for sale for USD.3 Million. Where is Midas Mulligan when you need him?

Serenity movie universe Sunday, October 2, 2005 10:06 a.m.
Before Serenity there was a tv science fiction series called Firefly. Seth Daniels gives a summary on the origin of the movie.

Serenity the Movie Saturday, October 1, 2005 12:00 a.m.
I think this is a great movie and I hope you have the opportunity to watch it.

Cory Woods for Tempe City Council Friday, September 30, 2005 03:46 p.m.
While moderating a panel discussing the topic of the use of eminent domain in Tempe sure beats the existing Tempe City Council who all bleat that they oppose government theft of land for private gain but then vote unanimously in favor of it and offer the excuse of "I had to vote this way, we had a contract". Their contract to follow the constitution of the State of Arizona apparently was subsidiary to their contract with the favored developers who wanted to steal land from the businesses who have been paying taxes and bought their land fair and square. The Arizona constitution states 'Private property shall not be taken for private use, except for private ways of necessity, and for drains, flumes, or ditches, on or across the lands of others for mining, agricultural, domestic, or sanitary purposes.' (Did you read shopping mall anywhere in that wording. I did not!) I for one hope that Mr. Woods will turn up the volume and actually declare his opposition to "No eminent domain for private gain".

Marc J. Victor, Attorney Friday, September 30, 2005 03:39 p.m.
While I certainly hope nobody I know would face criminal charges, I know the reality is that the government operates a continuous hamburger machine to justify the employment of police, judges and jail and prison staff. I would hope that if you would needs a criminal defence attorney you would retain Marc Victor.

LibertarianWiki.org Sunday, August 7, 2005 09:51 a.m.
I came across the site www.LibertarianWiki.org after joining wikipedia.org. Both sites are wonderful collaberative tools to share information.

Countdown to sunset Saturday, March 19, 2005 10:31 p.m.
Simple, interesting and succinct.

Tuesday, March 15, 2005 12:38 a.m.
Ernest Hancock did a super job hosting Chris Simcox publisher/editor Tombstone Tumbleweed and Arizona Director of the Minuteman Project. Download/listen to the mp3 of this recording of the Arizona Breakfast Club.

Online Poker at Wikipedia.org Tuesday, March 15, 2005 12:02 a.m.
An interesting article on the topic of online poker. Like many pages at Wikipedia it is educational and a wonderful example of how people can cooperate and provide useful information at no charge to the public.

Phoenix Cop Watch march Tuesday, March 15th Friday, March 11, 2005 03:42 p.m.
March at Patriots Square Park, at Central Avenue and Washington Street, to commemorate International Day Against Police Brutality. Phoenix New Times page with more information. (Scroll to bottom of page).

Reason on Letting Us Help Keep Ourselves Safe Wednesday, March 2, 2005 07:12 p.m.
While I like the content at Reason's Hit and Run, the dry-no picture format (much like their magazine) make it far down on my list of sites I visit. For fans of The Smoking Gun who can handle reading the actual source documents rather than have journalists papify it, this is an excellent pointer to The National Security Archive.

There Is No Crisis - Social Security Tuesday, February 15, 2005 11:36 p.m.
Last Saturday at 7:30 AM I attended The Arizona Breakfast Club and listened to Bob Christy, KXXT General Manager, talk about Social Security and George W. Bush's plans for it. His best point was "Can we trust the people who promised Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq and delivered democracy in Iraq to fix Social Security?" and I can reach no other answer than "No!"

Thane's Resume Thursday, February 10, 2005 01:37 p.m.
In case you are interested (or just need my contact information), take a look at my resume.

Drug Truth Radio Network Thursday, January 27, 2005 12:14 a.m.
Can you tell the truth if you hear it? Maybe. I know it is hard enought to tell the truth about the written word and goodness knows that the world is full of liars on TV. Listen to Drug Truth Radio Network and see if it adds to the bucket of truth or drains it dry.

Social DVD lending - Election Guide Arizona Sunday, August 8, 2004 11:09 p.m.
I saw Monkeycrate on a flyer and in an endevor to socialize more, signed up. I have also been error checking the more interesting Arizona state legislature candidate sites from the Candidates Guide.

Phoenix NORML Sunday, August 8, 2004 03:33 p.m.
I recently attended a meeting of Phoenix NORML at Cheba Hut. I enoyed all the attendees and they seemed enthusiatic in their efforts to raise money to support legalization efforts in Arizona.

Sheriff Joe Friday, June 25, 2004 03:34 p.m.
For the longest time, I've wanted to find the sunny side of many a news article about Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, his various prostitution sweeps and sundry lawsuits claiming misconduct in his jails (e.g. killing and maiming various people). I've heard from people whose opinion I value that the lawsuits are average for the population of Maricopa County. Time goes on and I read in the Phoenix New Times that the Sheriff's arrest of nearly 60 people for prostitution will not result in any criminal prosecutions (as if the government can keep prostitution from happening) because the deputies and sheriff posse members crossed the line in entraping their targets.

Guantanamo prisoners
I find it an affont to decency to imprison people without rules and without due process. The web site www.cageprisoners.com has many articles and interviews on what few facts are available on the US government prison camp in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. It is pretty plain that the US government feels no need to submit to any standard of decency or system of justice when it comes to these people. Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo plainly show what evil can result from the excesses of government gone unchecked.

Sheriff Bill Masters of Telluride, Colorado Tuesday, April 27, 2004 12:23 a.m.
I hear alot about the Free State Project lately. Some people seem to think that everyone should move to New Hampshire, Wyoming or Montana. I would think Libertarians would want to move somewhere there is already a Libertarian Sheriff (San Miguel County). Bill Masters has written a book called Drug War Addiction.

Thomas Sowell's platform Wednesday, April 7, 2004 11:13 p.m.
Thomas Sowell seems to think he needs to change his label of choice to be "Convervative Radicalism". I would certainly love to have the opportunity to vote for him here in Arizona Congressional District 5. I haven't found a web site for Ronald E. Maynard (a Democratic candidate for the September 7th, 2004 primary for CD5) but JD Hayworth's website has an article on some of his opponents. Maynard seems to have a grasp of the fungability of government money and is willing to call a spade a spade. He told the (state) District 17 Democrats meeting that they shouldn't lie by telling people that if the State of Arizona funds political campaigns that it isn't funded by "tax money".

Declaration of Independence Monday, April 5, 2004 12:15 a.m.
It has also been far too long since I have read The Declaration of Independence. I hope my campaign will restore 'certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness' that have been trampled by the powers that be.

Frederic Bastiat Sunday, April 4, 2004 09:56 p.m.
It may have been a long time since I last read The Law but it still inspires me when I read it. Naturally the there is an article on Frederic Bastiat at Wikipedia.

Monday Night Coffee Friday, April 2, 2004 07:21 p.m.
Should you be looking for an interesting and inspiring activity any given Monday night at 7:30 PM, you might want to lookup the 2-42 ministry at Starbucks at 24th Street and Camelback (Biltmore Fashion Park). I have greatly enjoyed going there and they people there were always friendly and fun to talk with. While I have political fever, I am reasonably certain that they enjoy discussing other topics as well. I am glad I have an informal group I can discuss my questions about the Bible (link to RSV version). They also have other activities.

Free Laro Nicol Tuesday, March 30, 2004 02:10 p.m.
I often listen to my father who is involved in anti-war activities. One of our friends Laro Nicol was arrested due to an anonymous tip alleging that he owned allegedly illegal materials and firearms. I think this a perfect example of government gone amok. The website covering his arrest and trial is hosted on Phoenix Copwatch.

Need a union built computer? Friday, March 26, 2004 09:37 p.m.
Then I recommend you buy it from Union Built PC

Arizona Breakfast Club Thursday, March 25, 2004 10:48 p.m.
Last week I woke up early to attend the regular Saturday morning event of The Arizona Breakfast Club. I was able to listen to the host Ernest Hancock and Tom Jenney, a candidate for state representative in Arizona (District 15) and learn how, if elected, he would improve education and generally make Arizona a better place to be.

On Liberty by John Stuart Mill Thursday, March 25, 2004 01:15 a.m.
"The sole end for which mankind are warranted, individually or collectively, in interfering with the liberty of actions of any of their number, is self protection. The only purpose for which power can be rightfully exercised over any member of a civilized community, against his will, is to prevent harm to others. His own good, either physical or moral, is not a sufficient warrant." - John Stuart Mill, "On Liberty" (1865) John Stuart Mill was not your father's democrat.

2wire.com Friday, January 9, 2004 10:09 p.m.
I will be starting a new job Monday, working MWF-Sat-Sun from 10:00 AM to 6:30 PM doing in-house tech support for their household routers. I have hope that 2wire cares enough to do a good job supporting their employees thereby supporting their customers. In my opinion Sonicwall (and Vinciti by proxy) didn't care enough about their employees or customers to make sure I got the answers to questions customers posed and so after telling 6 people I didn't have the answer (and knowing that I wasn't going to get an answer from never-available level 2s at Vinciti) and taking a day off and a weekend to think about my employment. I never went back.

Vinciti Saturday, November 22, 2003 06:51 p.m.
I've been working here for about four weeks now and have learned more about firewall rules and how to setup a VPN. I am now a Certified Sonicwall Security Administrator.

Dark Age of Camelot: Trials of Atlantis Expansion Pack Thursday, October 30, 2003 10:51 p.m.
I don't claim to understand why people buy this, but they do. Dark Age of Camelot: Trials of Atlantis Expansion Pack

CableOne Saturday, July 5, 2003 02:20 p.m.
Oh the humanity! Why is it that some companies can't keep a good thing going? I start working for CableOne about 9 months ago and they have everything 99% done right. Nice people, nice supervisors, they want tech support to do a good job and they give us the tools we need to do a good job. Then, 3 months ago they get a new manager of QA and he (and apparenly the rest of the management here) feels a tech support call can't be right unless I (and the rest of my fellow tech support crowd) repeats back to the customer what they told us the problem is, whether that helps me or the customer? As a technique there is the occaisional need for rephasing the issue but if a caller says their CM's cable light is blinking and it normally isn't it is the height of stupidity to state back "So you see your cable light is blinking and it normally is solid?". On top of this it is now required that we mindlessly state "Is there anything else I can assist (help) you with...? Thank you for calling CableOne." Now I don't mind at all a suggested closing statement and I have no objections to using it... if and when it is appropriate to the conversation but if a customer goes ahead and says "Thank you for your help, you were a big help getting that fixed, thank you very much." only a space monkey would reply with "Is there anything else I can help you with?" or if they say "Thank you" that there is any need for much (if any) response beyond "You are welcome.". What's next, a return to mandatory 8 minute call times regardless of whether there is a queue or not? What I can't figure out is that the new QA Supervisor used to take calls just like me. I guess it is just a fact of life that at some point managers become completely indifferent to the needs and requirements of the tech support they rule over.

NANOG27 Thursday, February 6, 2003 02:14 a.m.
Ho, ho.. I am going to NANOG27!! I am very pleased. I hope I can learn 0 worth out of my attendance. And where is that Carl Romanik when you want to chat with him, eh?

Oh, yea, in case you didn't hear Saturday, September 28, 2002 02:09 p.m.
I also got my Cisco CCNP and Cisco Cerfified Design Associate certifications last year too. I finished reading the CCDP book, but won't take the test until it applies to my job.

Ch-ch-ch-changes Friday, September 20, 2002 04:05 p.m.
Dropped my job at Alltel in favor of a job at CableOne. Alltel has some very good people, but the position just wasn't what I need in a job. CableOne has great people, a great work environment and I get to troubleshoot cable modems instead of cell phones. I also let my domain names idic.org and dangercentral.com lapse. I'll have to ponder whether I need a domain or just ride on someone else's for now.

Hired at Alltel as tech support Thursday, May 30, 2002 06:05 p.m.
Nine months later I start my next full time job for Alltel. I've been doing some work freelancing and contracting for my friend Jeremy Viccari/Elite Lan Corporation but will return to full time employment for now. I will be supporting the wireless web and cellular phone modems.

Thane is laid off from Global Crossing Sunday, August 5, 2001 12:59 p.m.

Time and Tide Thursday, June 7, 2001 10:47 p.m.
Asian film with English subtitles. Plenty of lively, realistic action and shooting. It could have had a more substantive storyline, but if you like lots of 'action' that might just be enough.

Moulin Rouge Tuesday, June 5, 2001 10:45 p.m.
Went to see this movie Tuesday, worthwhile but not spectacular.

Passing the CCNA exam Wednesday, March 7, 2001 07:58 p.m.
Finished all the fancy book learning and took the Cisco Certified Network Associate exam. (I even passed it.) Now to decide whether to use self-scheduled computer aided study, orthodox structured formal lecture (takes three months) or CCNP boot camp for the next step. I could really use a break from my job right now.

Tuesday, October 10, 2000 01:16 p.m.
Election day, Tuesday, November 7th, is coming up soon. I'm looking forward to voting for the Libertarian Party candidates. I hope that you are looking forward to making an informed choice on election day.

Thursday, September 28, 2000 09:48 a.m.
We have had a couple of meetings at work in the last several weeks. I have to wonder at what management must be thinking when they specifically mention in a company meeting that if you don't agree with their edicts about non-work personal time behaviour that you better prepare to shop your resume. Frankly I don't agree and I don't believe it is any business of theirs if I read The Bible or Satanic Verses at home. I don't think it is any business of theirs if I eat veggieburgers or tofu at home (with or without oregano). I don't think it is any business of theirs if I watch KAET Channel 8 public television or MTV on cable (or read a book). I don't think they should dictate what religious establishment I choose to visit (or not) on Sunday. Our management must think they are our parents or some godlike authority figure (I will avoid recounting their self-decribed "Come to Jesus meeting" [perhaps they need to be reminded they aren't this Jesus gentleman, I may not have met him but they are no godlike figure in my book]) because they have no qualms with dictating what I do off the site, off the clock, in my personal and private life in my capacity as a responsible free adult. I am sad that they feel they feel justified to dictate their beliefs on me. Their meetings are certainly a motivation... To do what...? You guess.

Online Access Inc Thursday, September 21, 2000 05:36 a.m.
BLEC=Building Local Exchange Carrier. A friend asked me to lookup what a BLEC is. Online Access Inc and companies like them are examples. Interesting concept.

GeekRoomies Tempe,AZ/Phoenix,AZ Wednesday, September 20, 2000 02:14 a.m.
My continuing interest in finding a place to live with enough benefits (big TV, fast internet, compatible people) to make participating worthwhile.. continues. I work at 12th Street and Jefferson Street in Phoenix, Arizona and would love to convert an old warehouse or a small apartment complex (an 8-plex would be about right) into a Geek House. If you have an interest (or even better know of a property that for sale in a 3-7 mile radius), write me at 38 East McKinley Circle, Tempe, Arizona 85281.

Buy.com Sunday, September 3, 2000 01:12 p.m.
Buy.com is where I buy my DVDs (and everything else, books, electronics, etc.). Very good prices, very good email updates on order status makes it the place to buy (get it buy.com?!).

Palm IIIc Sunday, September 3, 2000 12:44 p.m.
I bought a Palm IIIc a couple months ago after giving my IIIe away. I enjoy having color, but most people can probably live with B&W for 0 less.

Pi-movie (1998) Saturday, September 2, 2000 12:20 a.m.
Not my choice to watch over again, but for one time it was OK. EricP liked it. DVD

Pirates of Silicon Valley-movie (1999) Saturday, September 2, 2000 12:18 a.m.
Good movie with background and insight into Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. (VHS only)

Romance-Movie (1999) Saturday, September 2, 2000 12:07 a.m.
Ah, french culture. Ah, french women. Uck, the french movie Romance. DVD

Enemy of the State Tuesday, July 18, 2000 01:02 p.m.
Watched Enemy of the State on DVD with Will Smith on a borrowed Compaq Armada laptop. This DVD thing is great! I just ordered Pirates of Silicon Valley on VHS and Pi on DVD. I am thinking about getting Pulp Fiction next week.

Moving to another state? Sunday, November 7, 1999 03:56 a.m.
The author of this page has a bit to learn about good HTML, but if you are thinking of moving to another state, this page is a good start on deciding where to move to.

NORFED Sunday, November 7, 1999 03:22 a.m.
NORFED... NORFED! What is this, some goofy green spongy football? No, that would be a NeRF ball. NORFED is a group that issues American Liberty Currency and Coins. The history of money is little discussed these days. I ordered their book and while I keep a grain of salt handy, most of the information is quite eye opening. I look forward to granting most of my tips this way in the future.

The Linux Review Monday, October 25, 1999 08:14 p.m.
Work has been satisfying, now if only my work computer had an operating system that could cope with the occaisional browser foobar I would be completely happy.

Sea Monkey Mania Monday, October 18, 1999 12:19 a.m.
The world is indeed self-referencial. I made a Sea Monkey book page about 3 years ago after looking (and being inspired by) the Sea Monkey Worship page. But now I note that a link to MY page is located on one of the (subsidiary) pages.

www.EVIL.com Monday, October 18, 1999 12:06 a.m.
I wonder if it is a bad sign that you don't feel self-fulfilled unless you post at least 1 new link on your pitas.com page once a day. Hmmm... In any case, a visit to the folk(s) at www.evil.com is definately indicated. It doesn't take more than 15 minutes and is better tasting (no--more filling) than looking at someone's cool page of the day.

www.MP3car.com Saturday, October 16, 1999 12:37 a.m.
If y'all haven't visited mp3car then you haven't seen some cool automotive accessories... But I'm not preaching or anything (or am I)?

Cryptonomicon Thursday, October 14, 1999 10:21 p.m.
Having read and enjoyed Neal Stephenson's Snow Crash a number of years ago, I bought his book Cryptonomicon. It held my attention through 918 pages. I have also recently read The Diamond Age and Zodiac by the same author and also enjoyed both of them. One of these days I'm going to kick this bad habit of buying those Star Trek novels... If I can find more books like Stephenson's, it won't be hard.

The Daily Show on Comedy Central Thursday, October 7, 1999 04:29 p.m.
If y'all don't keep on with The Daily Show on Comedy Central (on the internet or on cable TV) you are missing out. The always wry Jon Stewart is always ready with a zing for corrupt politicians.

What's The Difference? Wednesday, October 6, 1999 04:37 p.m.
It's been a while since I had my fingers in peterwilson.com (now dead) but it can't hurt to take a look at it and maybe buy a copy of What's The Difference?.

Who is Carl Dregas? Tuesday, October 5, 1999 07:32 p.m.
After reading my latest copy of The Libertarian column by Vin Suprynowicz of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, I asked google.com who is Carl Dregas? Some days I wish I didn't know.

Hipbone games Monday, October 4, 1999 01:46 p.m.
Well, the drive initialized just fine, no problems at all. I spent a little time reading about Herman Hess and Glass Bead Games. I also needed to spend some time on a favor to make some CDRs for Ramenboy, but I should return to installing Linux shortly.

Linux on 68K CDs from Lord Sutch Sunday, October 3, 1999 12:25 p.m.
I've finally gotten around to installing that Western Digital 27G hard drive on my Apple Computer Macintosh Quadra 630 after I verified that my new Apple Ethernet CS Card was functioning fine. It is getting zero'ed out right now so I will have to wait and see if if initializes successfully. Once that is done I can see how hard it is to install Linux-68K for the Mac.

Kim Special Agent Saturday, October 2, 1999 03:27 p.m.
While not always in the best of taste, Flash movie Kim Special Agent is amusing...

Oblique Strategies.prc Friday, October 1, 1999 03:47 p.m.
Downloaded Oblique Strategies and installed it on my Palm. It is a bunch of quotes, supposedly for creative people. I like it.

Palm IIIe at PDABuzz Thursday, September 30, 1999 07:55 p.m.
My mom came over and I think she has PDA fever. She's trying to decide whether a less expensive one could do the job. It's possible, I came close to buying a Casio PV-200. We'll have to wait and see if the IIIe is worth the extra 0.

Maximum Linux Magazine Thursday, September 30, 1999 02:45 p.m.
Shopped at CompUSA last night and picked up a copy of Maximum Linux magazine (from the makers of Maximum PC magazine). It has Mandrake Linux (for x86) on the CD. The magazine is pretty good (for a Linux magazine that doesn't have any Linux for PPC or 68K articles in it). I also bought the Mac Pac so I can sync my Palm IIIe via a Macintosh serial port.

Thane's Bookmarks Wednesday, September 29, 1999 03:29 p.m.
Posted my bookmark file online at backflip.com.

I just don't believe it Wednesday, September 29, 1999 03:22 p.m.
I talked with {name deleted to protect the guilty} last nite and he tells me that he was talking with one of his fellow Inacom coworkers from the east coast that he knew Thane Eichenauer and he said she said "You know Thane Eichenauer from idic.org?". Well, I just can't believe it because my site has a total of two pages on it and it is not yet what I would call 'information rich' (maybe like information broth--maybe), so I think he was just trying to blow sunshine up my skirt.... Hmmmmmm......

Michael Rubin and FastQ Wednesday, September 29, 1999 03:16 p.m.
Finally got back in touch with Michael Rubin, a nice chap I met back in my days on assignment at Motorola.