Man, it's so easy to get off the blogging kick, and so hard to get back on. So I gotta start slowly. Got some big news - my new website will hopefully go up soon (I'm aiming for the end of the month to have all the content ready). I'll let you know all about it then.
in the meantime, here's a good article from Vanity Fair on Monsanto.
If you like reading about basketball, you probably already read Free Darko, but here's a link to a sweet piece of writing about Pat Riley and scouting for the Heat.
And a Mac for $400? Let's hope so, but remember those crappy clones from the mid-90s? Those things were nasty. What were they called again? Power Computing or something like that? Apple tried back then to gain marketshare, but ran into a marketing juggernaut known as Microsoft's Windows 95. As long as we're taking a trip down memory lane, remember the crazy pandemonium around that operating system? There were lines at Best Buy and every TV news show had anchors live on the scene. Oh how the mighty have fallen. But now that Apple's new OS is running like a champ and Vista is...ummmm...well, lacking, I think there's a good opportunity to get users to switch. 10 years ago, it was much more difficult to support legacy apps as well.
But hey, it's already possible to get OSX up and running on a PC now, so why not?