Stargate SG-1, a Program My TiVo! suggestion, stars MacGyver and is pretty good.
Also over the weekend, we picked up an episode of Deadwood that we haven’t watched yet. Dave says that he’s totally enjoying it.
Another batch of Alton Brown’s squash soup is in the works today chez Grumet. I’m a bit nutty about the stuff. The rest of the family won’t touch it. Oh well, more for me 🙂
Scoble is drag-and-drop blogging: “Of course this tool is dangerous.”
I started this weblog a year ago today. In the kickoff I posted an image of the space where I blog. Here’s an update:
I’ve got a fancier desk now but am back down to one monitor because the CRT didn’t fit. I’m seriously digging my new Samsung 191Tplus monitor, and wonder if I could increase my productivity by buying another 🙂 Some good news is that The Lamp is gone, replaced this past weekend with track lighting. Life is good.
I guess I don’t feel like waxing philosophical at the moment, except to say that it’s been a great ride so far.
Jeff Jarvis: “The government wants to regulate content in this country. Let’s say that again: The government wants to regulate content in this country.”
Dave, Matt Goyer and Robert Scoble on Windows XP Media Center Edition. It’s significant that MCE is a software platform and not just a product. My TiVo is programmable, but I had to jump through a number of hoops before I could program it, with the end result that only other hackers can use my code.