Best of this log
This page has links to popular pages and some of my more popular log entries. It's a good place for new readers to start.
==> This is old -- from 1999-2001 -- but still interesting
You can also read through all the entries: See the Archive page. If I missed your favorite, let me know.
Ethical issues: In the Microsoft/Department of Justice case, why do people feel so strongly about the issue of monopoly? What is the background in our heritage that relates to competition?
Ballot Usability in Florida: Comments about the usability problems with the ballot in the November 2000 Presidential election in Palm Beach.
Stowaway Keyboard: A firsthand report of using a foldable keyboard for PDAs like the Pilot III:
Cell Towers: Disguising cellular telephone antennas as trees:
Fall Comdex 1999 log: What I saw in many pictures and words. Here's a picture from the CRN Hall of Fame award ceremony of Philippe Kahn and Steve Ballmer:
What life's like when doing public relations: On January 14, 2000, I wrote about being interviewed both by the Washington Post and an early morning radio news broadcast on the topic of Bill Gates' job change, and how personal web journals change the balance between reporters and those they cover.
Some pictures from the log entries:
(Linked to the pages they came from)
How people look at Mona Lisa
Austin Gates, "Sultan of Software"
Howard Anderson speaking at a small dinner
Water main from 1929
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