Category Archives: Dharma

Getting a Mac Will Change Your Life

…and your haircut. I never believed the hype, but it’s true. I bought a Mac Book a little over a week ago and I can honestly say that since the purchase things have been great. Can I prove that the … Continue reading

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Knowledge is Power

Two very different takes on the same rule. Seth argues that each landing page is really just a ‘homepage’ for that specific visitor. If it doesn’t tell them what they want to hear, make them feel what they want to … Continue reading

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HD DVD Hex Code Fiasco Explained

In case you heard the buzz going around the Internet, but aren’t sure what is happening. You see there is a whole movement going on called Web 2.0 – In theory it’s really cool, web sites are more open and … Continue reading

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Just a few bright spots from the weekend. Seth Godin writes a great post: short, thought provoking, makes sense and then it leaves you with a free prize. Ever since I got the new Firefox with spell check I’ve been … Continue reading

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Long Vacation

I’m not sure what is better, the look my face or the look on her face. Just had a long vacation to visit almost the entire country of Costa Rica. It’s a nice place; you should visit. I’ll be writing … Continue reading

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At Least One Ammendment Was Left Intact

Here is the story that Alberto Gonzales’ liaison to the White House, Monica GOODling, is BAD. She announced today that she will be evoking her 5th amendment right to not incriminate herself  during the upcoming Senate hearings. For translation, this … Continue reading

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Two Convenient Moves to Save the World

I found two things that you can do to help the planet AND yourself. 1. I eat a ton of peanut butter sandwiches, but I never knew they saved the world. I was called a HERO by the friend that … Continue reading

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