It has been a while since the last diary entry...
Entertainment of the week is BlogShares.com; this involves "investing" in "shares" in various peoples blog diaries.
Value is enhanced assortedly by:
- The vagaries of supply and demand; popular shares get bid up in price;
- The numbers of incoming links, which are considered a metric of popularity
Here are some interesting blogs. (These should be counted as incoming links, enhancing stock values :-).)
I live about a mile away from the main SARS hospital in Canada...
His Star Trek character was pretty irritating, but the actor isn't...
As a completely different matter, I'm curious as to where Nat Friedman's "GNU Rope" has gone. I was at the 1998 ALS G-Rope talk which described this tool, whose purpose was to rummage around object files, rearranging code to improve locality of reference.
Nat has gotten busy with other things, involved with Ximian; it is not evident what happened to this.