Bye, bye Burningbird

Shelley Powers is shutting down her primary blog Burningbird, but that doesn’t mean an end to her writing, or blogging necessarily. She joins a growing list of first and second generation bloggers who are moving on (or have said they are moving on). Her blog was one of the few whose comments I frequent regularly […]

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“Being a mom could be a 6-figure job”

Salary.com got some deserved buzz last week for their report on the valuation of mother’s work. According to the report, the work a stay at home mom would be valued at, if earning a paycheck, could be well into six figures. Give their salary wizard a try. It says the median paycheck that Richelle would […]

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Maybe Doc’s Right?

I have a line in one of my songs that laments that “I learned about life at the age of 3, had it all their on my TV screen” so I can attest what happens when you expose a kid to too much media too soon – that’s me as an early teen on the […]

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More behind the scenes tech

Joshua Schachter of del.icio.us: “Things to look out for when building a large application” NASA: Object Oriented Data Technology: is a project run at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. OODT makes data discovery, query optimization, information correlation, and format conversion a snap.. Interesting presentation to watch: Better Web App Development – Django, Rails, Turbo Gears, Zope […]

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Alice Cooper for Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame

Rock n’ Roll shouldn’t have a hall of fame. It just shouldn’t. Official ‘recognition’ of Rock artists devalues and degrades the core of what Rock is all about. Now getting past that, since there is a “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”, the fact that Alice Cooper isn’t in it, just goes to show just […]

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