Monthly Archives: November 2004

New Interview on Digital Web

There’s a new interview with me up on Digital Web that covers a lot of ground. The questions come from the lovely Meryl. As it tends to work in these things, most of the answers are actually a few months old, for instance it’s all from before I announced I’d be working at CNET. This is mostly my fault because I got so swamped after the move I didn’t have a chance to sync up with Meryl again. I’m willing to try something a little different though, something along the lines of the old Under the Iron model. If you have any questions you’d like to ask just leave them in the comments section for the article and I’ll do my best to answer everything there. Blogging is all about empowerment, right?

Apple WordPress Weblog

It’s been all over, but I’m finally getting to check out the new new Apple education weblog which, coincidentally, is run by WordPress. I would like to thank the people who emailed me about this, in chronological order: Mike Carvalho, Serge K. Keller, Matt Willmore, Michael, John Roberts, Kyle, Michael Biven, Andreas Mayer, Noel Jackson, Manish, Jasmeet. I need to blog faster next time. 🙂 Update: Within the past two hours they commented out the “Powered by WordPress” text on the page. Before anyone jumps the gun it is entirely within their right to do so under the GPL, which I and the other developers believe strongly in, but it’s too bad as I think that could have been excellent exposure.