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How is it that I'm posting this before Dearth?

Ah, fancy-pants liberal arts colleges. Always thinking creatively. Probably all of the group hugs, women's studies majors and Division - III sports. Spawn of Cap'n Fun and his bride of course attended one of the fancier of the fancy-pants fine liberal arts colleges, where each student is treated like the special, unique flower that they are, Wisconsin's own Beloit College.

Fear me, elementary school children!

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Though my fighting experience is minimal, apparently I've no compunction against using small children as a weapon against other small children.

'Journalism 2.0' or 'How very un-unconference like'

The Savannah Business Report & Journal spammed me with their daily newsletter yesterday, which contained this little gem...

Ideas and IPs: Unconference Proves Real Success

By Burton Sauls
Special to the TBR

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Happy Birthday Lego

The 50th birthday of the LEGO brick is in January 2008 and there is plenty to celebrate. Children all over the world have played with LEGO bricks for the past 50 years, and LEGO is still right at the top of many wish lists – just as it always has been. Industry and trade associations also recognize the LEGO success. Just before the turn of the millennium the LEGO brick was voted “Toy of the Century”, one of the highest awards in the toy industry, by both Fortune Magazine in the US and the British Association of Toy Retailers.

Sorry boys (and girls), she's taken

That's right, I'm married to "the woman behind one of Savannah's most popular blogs."

The teevee done tole' me so.

How to: Save a crapload of money converting from print to web

We spend lots of dough each year converting material from our dead-tree editions into web-friendlier versions for our web sites. We crank out a bunch of PDFs, and send them through the ether to somewhere where the labor is cheap and the workday long, like Vietnam, Indonesia or Canada or something. Then some poor soul slices 'n dices them into jpegs and links and such, and sends 'em on back, and posts them on our site.

Be careful!

You never know what's down there!

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