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1) Feelings of inspiration and envy going hand in hand (Moosetastic!) (Loud Thinking): Impressive people have a tendency to invoke feelings of inspiration
and envy at the same time. This twosome of feelings usually comes by
knocking on my brain whenever I read the products of clear and clever
thinking. When I wish I had those great thoughts and were able to
articulate them just as well.
3) CNN.com - Sympathy over Kohl wife\'s suicide - July 5, 2001: Expressions of sympathy are pouring in for the former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl whose wife has committed suicide at the age of 68. Hannelore Kohl was found dead on Wednesday night at the family's home in the western city of Ludwigshafen after seven years of suffering from a rare and painful allergy to sunlight.
4) JD's Blog: When should blogs publish private e-mails?: I've been thinking the past couple of weeks about an issue I haven't
seen raised elsewhere. (If it has, enlighten me, please.) Here's the
When should webloggers freely quote from private e-mails they've
Given that everyone with a weblog is also a publisher, it's not just
a question of idle curiosity. I receive e-mails every day -- many in
response to postings in this weblog -- and most of them are from
total strangers. The common assumption, I think, is that e-mails are
meant to remain private, but if the information relayed is of
sufficient interest to others, it may be shared in a blog.
6) Michael Pryor : answers to technical interview questions: tech interview questions !
8) Scott Burton : It has been soo long: It has been a long time since I logged here. It has been a good/strange/bad time. I am now employed at a wonderful company. A company who knows how to treat its employees. A company with a past and a future.
I have a 2 3/4 year old daughter I enjoy spending time with. And I like to be able to sleep at night. So I cut the reigns from Launchpoint.net.
I was once his customer
12) Hal B. Rager : blivet : when Bodhidharma came to the desert, Coyote was waiting ....: We had a glorious rain today. Not the little desert
sprinkles we typically get, but a real thunder and
lightning gully washer.
21) James Vornov : On Deciding . . . Better : Way up north: he writes about stocks also...
a very good website
24) John VanDyk: View from an Iowa Homestead: We\'re Here to Help: His metadata plugin is one of my
inspirations/references for building this tool...
30) Cameron Barrett: Mini-rant: Why is it that people haven't figured out how to
do their own online research? I constantly get email
from people asking me to help them research
something I once pointed to or wrote about. I ignore
most of these requests, but on a few occasions my
curiosity got the better of me and I hit Google to see
how easy it was to find the very information these
people were looking for. And almost every time (with a
few exceptions) I've been able to find it in under three
minutes. Hello people, are you that clueless that you
don't know how to do a search query? Or are you just
plain lazy? Update: Tara emailed me and said to "tell
them to read Research Buzz." Yeah!