April 2006

I’m at the RCC (Red Carpet Club) in DIA (Denver airport) waiting for my flight home. Normally I’d be composing this on my Treo, but I’ve reluctantly decided to sign up for T-Mobile WiFi service. I’ve found myself in too many Starbucks, RCCs, and other locations where I really wanted WiFi access but felt too…

Read More Heading home

One of the delights of working in SunLabs some years ago was the location of their headquarters: a building in Mountain View called MTV29. Behind the building was a parking lot, and beyond that was a complex of paths through the salt marshes along the National Seashore. It was – and is – a wonderful…

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Now making landfall in Northern Australia: Typhoon Monica The latest advisory from the Joint Typhoon Warning Center lists Monica as a category 5 cyclone with sustained wind of 155 knots (178 mph) and a central pressure of 879 mb. This is an incredibly powerful cylone that actually is stronger than Hurricane Wilma (the strongest hurricane…

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As I mentioned, I’m off to the west coast for a few day’s networking, catching up, and administrivia. It all starts with a 6:10am flight out of Boston: you can imagine what time I’ll have to get up in order to get to the airport! I’ll be spending much of tomorrow at Sun’s Menlo Park…

Read More Getting packed

I need to get this out today; I don’t think I’ll have time while I’m travelling all next week: “Moonwind” by Wavestar (from Moonwind) “Sisotowbell Lane” by Joni Mitchell (from Song To A Seagull) “Post World War Two Blues” by Al Stewart (from Past, Present & Future) “Jazzion” by South Froggies (Featuring Allan) (from Saint-Germain…

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