Daily Archives: July 21, 2011

Too. Damn. Hot.

Outside thermometer in direct sunlight registered 105F.

In this kind of weather, my brain cannot function.

If there’s any blogging over the next four days, it will be brief and, I hope, not incoherent.

To console all of you, here’s a picture of kittens:



Filed under Blog Notes

Quote Of The Day: Anonymous/LulzSec

Anonymous & Lulz Security Statement

Your threats to arrest us are meaningless to us as you cannot arrest an idea.

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Filed under Quoted, Rights

Spotify Vs. MOG

Bob Lefsetz went on and on about how great Spotify was for months.

I didn’t retain much detail because the “subscribe to music” bit was a mental roadblock. Nonetheless, when Spotify launched here in the U.S. I ran to ask for an Invite.

Today Lefsetz posts an email from the competing music service called MOG.

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Filed under Marketing, Music

TechCrunch Comment System Kills URLs

In the Comments for this post, I tried the first URL I point to below and got a 404.

I noticed there were extra characters in it, excised those, and the URL worked.

I then took that now-clean URL and pasted it into a new Comment.

See the screensnap:

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How very MySpace of TechCrunch.

And a nice way to guarantee that “the Conversation” stays among the Tech Circle Jerkers.

Really, how low can one site sink?


Filed under Stupid