"Blog" is short for "web log".Per the original definition, "Weblogs are often-updated sites that point to articles elsewhere on the web, often with comments, and to on-site articles."
Web logging should not be confused with writing Online Journals, Online Diaries, political commentary pages, or other dated-format web pages.(Consider the difference between the definitions of the word "journal" and the word "log". (A log, figuratively speaking, is a regular record kept to determine where you are and where you've been, and is kept to help others get to the same places.)
The lyberty.com weblog is just notes on whatever I happen to be thinking about or researching at the time.As a personal log, it may or may not contain anything of interest to you.
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Jan. 14, 2005:
A little past the season...
... but still good. Christmas letters to Christopher Walken
Jan. 11, 2005:
Heave to and prepare to be boarded!
I swear, someone's going to get me gulley in their gullet!
Jan. 10, 2005:
Jan. 05, 2005:
Linksys Announces New Line of Mimo-Based Wireless-G Products [Linksys Press Release]
Linksys uses non-standard kit for wireless boost [VNUNet.com]
The Consumer Electronics Show begins tomorrow (view blog).
San Francisco Bay Area, Calif .; 5 year Property Appreciation Rate: 65.99%
Jan. 03, 2005:
What does OVA mean / stand for? (e.g. Tenchi Muyo OVA)
Dec. 11, 2004:
Dec. 10, 2004:
Basic CSS Lesson d'Jour: Creating simple paragraph indents (and outdents).
Advanced CSS Lesson d'Jour: Border on Body
Extra Credit: The Two Column Center Layout
Dec. 7, 2004: it's a pretty night in St. Paul, Minnesota
Dec. 6, 2004:
I saw the Sony today at Fry's for $1,700, which is the price I paid for the Dell...
fan controller? | style 2 |
Dec. 3, 2004:
So I was trying to determine the cubic root of a number today (don't ask)... It's not something I hav to do very often, so I couldn't remember how to do it on the Calculator in Microsoft Windows. But I found out there's a really cool alternative! All you have to do is plug your calculation into Google!! E.g. Want the cubic root of 1.65? Enter "(1.65)^(1/3)" into the Google search box, click "Google search", and voila!
Check it out
Hey , wanna see your house from space? (see also Keyhole)