Pet peeve: unedited, self published books
[freelancing blog» the life of a freelancer] Vanity Publishers are perhaps the largest source of illegible, unedited work. Self-published authors who pull their own ropes can be offenders too.
[Elisson1.blogspot.com] Blog d'Elisson: 04/01/2006 - 04/30/2006: The handwriting is too illegible for me to decipher more than a few words. ...
[Theconglomerate.org] Conglomerate Blog: Business, Law, Economics & Society: Now, prepare yourself for something completely different: Paul Caron and Rafael Gely of the University of Cincinnati College of Law are about to publish an article entitled "What Law Schools Can Learn from Billy Beane and the Oakland Athletics." Using Michael Lewis' Moneyball as a springboard, the authors hope to "spur other attempts to embrace the market demand for greater accountability and transparency in legal education through more refined measures of organization success and individual contributions to that success."
[Ai.mu.nu] Ambient Irony: Blog: If you've noticed that leaving comments on MT-based blogs is rather slow, this is why: when you leave a comment, MT is forced to rebuild any pages containing the post that you are commenting on, which may include the main index, an individual archive entry, a category archive (which can get quite large), and one or more date-based archives (daily, weekly, monthly). Even if the only change to those pages is to say "3 comments" instead of "2 comments", MT needs to pull all the appropriate entries from its database, and reprocess those entries according to their respective templates (which amount to a complete programming language).
[Turbulence.org] networked_performance: Surveying the blog we identify four areas of networked performance practice which current work explores in various combinations. We have categorized these as (1) telematic events, (2) locative media, (3) wearables, and (4) active objects and responsive environments.
[Datingpro.com] Dating blog - Archives for: March 2006: She’s always analyzing her emotions, reviewing her past mistakes, and delving into her family history—which is, of course, as dysfunctional as Chuck’s. She too blames the external world for much of her misery, noting all the neuroses and traumas it’s left her with: problems that prevent her from moving forward until she can finally discover how to make them go away.
Posted at May 21, 2006 01:33 AM
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