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Navarik Corp., my employer
( Disclaimer: this site is my own, and doesn't represent the company's position on anything)
Inside Home Recording, a podcast I co-host
Penmachine Podcast, free MP3s for you to download, remix, mash up, and share
who's playing my tunes?
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, August 21, 2006
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We're used to seeing people amble, or run, or walk quickly. But it can be quite disturbing to
see someone walking very slowly. Which, in this case, is the point. (Via Dave Winer.)
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