Hawk's Nest

Sunday, April 11, 2004

Google Logos by Google

Like Google's art? Missed a special holiday and didn't check out the Google logo? Check them all out at this logo site.

Friday, April 09, 2004

Tired of Google News, try NewsMap

Thursday, April 08, 2004

Electric Eel is fed up with this RSS hoopla, already! From an entry at geckotribe.com:

Are you sick and tired of people telling you to publish a newsfeed? I sure am. So today, I’m going to give you a break and discuss why you shouldn’t publish a newsfeed. Feel free to use these arguments to tell people to shut up and mind their own business. 1) It’s too much trouble to set up. People will claim that it’s quick and easy, but they’re exaggerating and not respecting your priorities. Remember all the other things they claimed were quick and easy which turned out to be a… [more]

Wierd...does the eel posting this on his blog which has an RSS feed make any sense??!!!

It's A Blog World After All

If you didn't catch this, a definite read for introducing one to the wildfire of blogging. It contains some good info about Scoble, the Microsoft "technical evangelist" who is taking this medium by storm.

Puzzle World

Like puzzles? Learn, play and exercise your mind at this site!

The Laporte Report: End of Line

I really enjoyed Leo on TechTv. Wherever he was slotted as host of a show, I always learned something. It's a shame to see him get pushed out. Hopefully he'll be back one day. Hope to see ya later, Laporte.


If you don't have time to read to keep up on Tech news, listen to some. KenRadio is a great source. In fact, I heard some comments a week ago about music artists striking out on their own to sell music (like Prince) and cutting out the record companies (part of this full broadcast). Very good model especially in light of articles like today's about the talk at music companies toraise online music prices.

TechTV | Will Copyright Law Kill Creativity?

Lawrence Lessig is right. Copyright law over the last 30 years has changed the climate we now live in...stifling creativity and free access to ideas. I saw him on the ScreenSavers tonight and liked what I heard. Check out his new book, free for download, and his reflect on his thoughts.