Own your name. Buy the domain name, get yourself linked to, and put up a page. Make it a blank page, if you want. Fill it with disinformation or gibberish. Or, just reveal the parts of your life that you feel represent you most effectively on the web. But if you care about your privacy, and you care about your identity, take the steps to control it now.
Whatever the cause, the effect was an animal more purely and innately demonic than any other that I’ve ever run across, or would care to run across in the future.
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All and all, it’s been an absolutely incredible and tragic day. The single biggest terrorist attack the world has ever seen, with repercussions that can only be speculated about at this early stage, and only the weeks to come will show where things go from here.
My thoughts and prayers certainly go out today — not just for the unfortunate victims and families of victims of the attacks this morning, but for an, if not peaceful, than at least less-than-cataclysmic resolution to this entire affair.
In The Diamond Age, Stephenson does for nanotechnology what he did for the internet and virtual reality in Snow Crash — takes today’s best existing ideas and theories and extrapolates them forward into the future to explore where the technologies can take us.
Amazon.com customers comment on the American Film Institute’s top 20 films of the 20th century. Kind of explains why such tripe becomes so popular these days, and the movies worth seeing are so hard to find (if they even get made).
Basically, it sounds like a dream job. Get paid to take a 6-month (at least) cruise, spinning in a top-flight dance club every night.
Every time I had to place another call to Xerox to see if I could get a tech to fix my machine today, the idea of spending six months getting paid to spin for a club on a cruise ship sounded better and better.
NW Connection Community Choir, Kevin Kent, Bill Dana, Kiki & Herb, Tiger Lillies, WOFA, C.J. Chenier and the Red Hot Louisiana Band, Nikol Collars, and Nina Hynes.