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Navarik Corp., my employer
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Inside Home Recording, a podcast I co-host
Penmachine Podcast, free MP3s for you to download, remix, mash up, and share
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Lip Gloss and Laptops, my wife's podcast that I engineer
The Editors' Association of Canada, to which I belonged
The Neurotics, my band
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Monday, December 19, 2005
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Jakob Nielsen: "Some time in 2005, we quietly passed a dramatic milestone in Internet history: the one-billionth user went online. Because we have no central register of Internet users, we don't know who that user was, or when he or she first logged on. Statistically, we're likely talking about a 24-year-old woman in Shanghai."
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