I can’t figure out what’s wrong, but when I look at the home page all I see is the first-draft-with-typo version of my first entry of the day and nothing since. They Events Log appears to show regular uploads and my local versions of the pages are up-to-date, so I don’t know what the problem is and I don’t know why I’m posting about it because if it’s a real problem you can’t see this post and if it’s an illusion that’s only preventing me from seeing the updates then this post is less than useless.
Call it blowing off steam. Time to reboot. But why is this happening?
Well, that didn’t do the trick. I looked at the files on the local Radio server and they look as they should. You can even go to today’s archive page and see at least some of the missing posts, but I still don’t see them on the home page no matter how often Radio claims to have upstreamed the local version.
This is maddening. It’s antiblogging. [Radio Free Blogistan]
You poor bastard. Welcome to the dark side of Radio.
John Andrew Holmes. “It is well to remember that the entire universe, with one trifling exception, is composed of others.” [Quotes of the Day]
Bismarck. “When a man says he approves of something in principle, it means he hasn’t the slightest intention of putting it into practice.” [Quotes of the Day]
Share Your Queries. Do you use Mozilla or Netscape 6? Do you use custom keyword bookmarks for searching? If so, please take this opportunity to share those searches you find useful. [kuro5hin.org]
Whups. I almost didn’t click through to this. That would’ve been a very big mistake. I figured something like this was possible, but I just didn’t think about it very much. (I don’t think I would have come up with this technique if I had either.)
The 8 Most Common Myths About Teamwork.
are debunked here. My summary:
[Seb's Open Research]
- Responsibility is individual, not diffuse.
- Teambuilding is a bottom-up process.
- Motivation counts more than skills.
- People must love the goal, not necessarily one another.
- Self-interest is good.
- Getting the job done and treating one another humanely are not antagonistic.
- Teambuilding happens in the course of work.
- Keep the plans under scrutiny throughout.
More great stuff via Seb. This is a pretty good read.
Holy Crap! This works!
tell application "Finder"
say "I'm sorry Dave. I'm afraid I can't do that."
Just finished reading “Next” by Michael Lewis. More over here.