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Building on the Social Web, Part II

In last night's post about Wantz.it I posed a rhetorical question about other ways that you could use del.icio.us and the tagging system in other web (or not) applications. Initially I posted a couple of horrible examples, I have since removed the...


Building on the Social Web, Part I

I stumbled upon an interesting site today: Wantz.it It's a wish list type of site that does its thing in a completely different manner than most other sites in that genre (WhatIWantMost included). I've become a bit knowledgeable in that area over...


Get yourself some Graffiti

I mentioned in my last post that a private beta for Graffiti would be available soon. As my comrade Jayme stated, "So much for 'private' beta - get it now at graffiticms.com !" That's right, you can get your own grubby little hands on the beta...


Loving me some Graffiti

If you're a regular follower or subscriber of this blog you've probably been finding yourself thinking lately, "Boy that Dan's posting frequency has fallen way off." Then again maybe you haven't. But if you had thought that you'd be partly right...


Testing, Testing, Testing at Dayton .NET

Jim Holmes and Justin Kohnen will be co-presenting "Testing, Testing, Testing" tonight at the Dayton .NET Developer's Group meeting. Get more details at the group's blog and get a glimpse at some exciting upcoming presentations. Tonight is also...


Bad coffee day

I have a favorite coffee. It is an espresso roast Fair Trade house brand from Sam's Club. It's not Starbucks, but it's pretty good. Good enough for me to drink everyday and enjoy. I buy a bag for about $14.00, grind it at the store, and it usually...


What's on my Phone

Since the cool iPhone list of people has long been extinguished and the list of other people that really utilize their mobile phone has also seemed to run its course, it looks like I am next thanks to Josh. If you would have asked me this...


Lunch Walk 4

This will be the last of the daily posts of my walk experiences during lunch. My adventures are not nearly as exciting as I make them out to be and I'm afraid that you, my favorite reader, will grow tired of my shtick if consumed on a daily basis....


Lunch Walk 3

Yet another example of the summer having passed. The pool is all boarded up. Yes, it is another drizzling, overcast, dreary day in middle America. Once again I was able to squeeze a walk in between showers. I'm sure you were wondering who my...


Lunch Walk 2

Yesterday's post brought enough "atta boys" and amateur renditions of Bette Midler's "Wind Beneath my Wings" that there is no way for me to back out now. My walk partner today is the lovely Belle - the most scared dog in the world. Here she's...