Dec 31, 2003
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Dec 19, 2003
Button detail of the Toto Washlet - December 2003
I doubt the button depicted above is used in the mens room, but you never know. To those who ask 'Why are you taking pictures in the washroom', I say 'Do you have the toilet of the future in your office?'. I bet if you did you would want to capture it for all to see as well. You can always get a Bidet Ole or a Travel Washlet if you don't have the funds for the real deal.
Dec 18, 2003
Dec 17, 2003
Dec 16, 2003
update: Ahh... much better. Archived for posterity, 48 hours of shellen.com in Spider-Man skin.
Jason Shellen, Eric Case, Joi Ito, Biz Stone, Steve Jenson, and Jason Goldman.
Joi Ito dropped in on the Blogger gang tonight mainly to talk about the Creative Commons, introduce us to the Gollum Rap, and keep his mind off of not drinking. Joi and I were name-badged because of a Google event in another part of the building, not because people were getting us confused with one another. Though I could see how that might happen in the future.
Dec 15, 2003
Dec 12, 2003
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Dec 9, 2003
If congress bans net taxes then states "stand to lose billions in local telecommunications taxes on phone service. With voice service moving rapidly to the Internet, there is little to stop your local phone company from saying the $50 you are paying them each month is for Internet access and not phone service, and should thus be tax-free." [WSJ] Sounds like a gain for consumers though.
Dec 8, 2003
Dec 7, 2003
Dec 5, 2003
One of the problems associated with current feed formats is the lack of a unified URI handling for feed formats. Currently, clicking on a button or icon denoting 'XML' on a given page will usually result in the display of an XML file in the users browser. The resulting viewable text isn't very human readable and confusing for most users.
Dec 4, 2003
Steve: I wanted to talk to you about X....and scene.
Me: I could give you a call now. What's your extension?
Steve: talk about it with our voices? voices?
Me: yes, with our live actual voices.
Steve: well, it'll be going through a massive computer system so I guess that's ok.