Temple of Me

Welcome. All web sites are temples to their creators. Temple of Me will reflect what interests me, Temple of Me. I am a husband, father (twice), American, and liberal. I live in a "Red state" in the South. I am nearsighted, ambidextrous and over 30. Actually, I'm 153.33% of thirty.

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October 2006

  • use language to dominate politics - "Framing the issues: UC Berkeley professor George Lakoff tells how conservatives use language to dominate politics" "And now, as the New York Times Magazine quoted Paul Weyrich, who started the Heritage Foundation, they have 1,500 conservative radio talk show hosts....
  • nobody owns the top of the hill - Liz at mamamusings.net: ".....This is a brand new blog, started by someone who was virtually unknown by most of the world a year ago…it’s far from “the Harvard faculty,” and it was never intended to represent the sum total of...
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  • The Asshole Part Deux - Remember The Asshole? I have a film for him. Especially the last scene. 90 seconds to a better understanding!...
  • I couldn't agree more. - "We all believe it’s important to begin changing the public perception of women in the context of technology, and that one of the best ways to do that is to make women’s accomplishments, writings, and contributions more public and visible."...
  • Where are the Women - Halley Suitt asks where are the women in the 100 Most Influential Bloggers. The question isn't where are the women. It's who are those 100 influencing and who decided they were influential? I want to see the data. Is it...
  • Sex Can Wait - By way of The Accordion Guy I found this image at ejovi.net. It looks as though someone in Missouri snapped that picture. That state and at least Indiana and Arizona went with the "Sex Can Wait" abstinence program: "The curriculum...
  • Asheville NC Comes North (Sorta) - One of the rare treats of my job is meeting people leading interesting lives. I met a young man today who decided to drive from his hometown of Asheville, North Carolina just to visit Louisville. He doesn't have family or...
  • Victims of Cyberstalking: a study - From: Victims of cyberstalking: An exploratory study of harassment perpetrated via the Internet by Paul Bocij Cyberstalking represents a new form of behaviour where technology is used to harass one or more individuals. Bocij (2002) offers the following definition: "A...
  • Web Design Practices - "Web Design Practices is a site devoted to helping designers understand what design practices are currently in use on the Web—and aims to gather research about the usability of commonly-employed design practices."...
  • What Ever Happened To - When I was a kid i used to pour over a series of books entitled "What Ever Happened To..." (or was it Where Are they Now?) In any case I loved the books. They taught me fame was fleeting and...
  • Presenting - "I am horrible at presenting in front of more than a 1000 people." You don't present to 1000 people. You present to those with the good sense to sit close to you. Those are the ones you truly see as...
  • The Quick Philosophical Choice - With a mere 10 questions this site can tell you which philosopher you most favor. And here are my results:...
  • Fans Don't Lose Games Players Do - Like almost every other Cub "fan" I booed the guy who grabbed at the foul ball. We need a basic fan rule. Print this on every ticket: If you're in the front row and your team is on defense: stay...
  • the metatag is dead - The metatag is dead...
  • Geezerz need excitement - "Geezerz need excitement If their lives don't provide them this they incite violence Common sense simple common sense" -- The Street...
  • Seven quick tips for a spam-free blog - If you use MoveableType and are having problems with "Comment Spam" then read Seven quick tips for a spam-free blog for a few easy to implement tips for handling the problem. Also, read mentalized.net and jayallen.org for their solutions....
  • Redesign Your Blog - Bored with your blog design? Enter a few simple choices at Firdamatic and generate a new CSS based layout. Truly, "the Design Tool for the Uninspired Webloggers."...
  • Why FOX is Fair and Unbalanced - "last night during one of the most exciting playoff games imaginable, jimmy buffett stood up in the middle of the seventh inning to sing to the friendly confines. fox, thumbing their nose to history, raising their middle finger to sentiment,...
  • BMLwalker - "Biologically and socially relevant information about a person can be conveyed in biological motion patterns." See for yourself....
  • ISSNing the Weblog - Yeah, I hate that title too, but I had to find something different than "Compatibilty of Weblogs and ISSN" by Joe Clark. Basically, an International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) helps ensure your weblog is included in a standard catalog of...
  • Feed Compare - Over at Feedster they're doing some wonderful work with blog tools. The newest is Feed Compare. Basically, compare the search of up to five blogs. Scott Johnson needed some test data and I suggested "Library Blogs". You can make your...
  • Candle Truck - Jason Kottke pointed to a google search with only one result. If you look up candle truck you get a single result from gormetcollection.com. That's not the oddity. If you look at Google's number of results it says: "Results 1...
  • Asleep at the Wheel - I didn't start this blog for the joy of watching it become so popular that I am forced to close it because of a high bandwidth bill. I didn't even bother to promote it. However, I do use my URL...
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