Monthly Archives: December 2006

There’s still time to give to a charity for 2006!


The Kim Family Search Discussion continues here and approaches 4000 comments! I just learned that one of the charity causes I support has matching funds that might expire unused. It’s called Blessing Hands and helps fund school for poor kids … Continue reading

Posted in charity, china, personal | 2 Comments

Elfyourself – have yourself a virally marketed Christmas


Know any coffee and art lovers?   Give them The Coffee Calendar  __________________________________________________ Viral marketing approaches (not to be confused with computer viruses) take clever little online ideas and try to make them spread by online “word of mouth” which usually means … Continue reading

Posted in advertising, blogs, games, marketing, personal | Tagged , , | 6 Comments

Oregon Wireless Interoperability Network


Kim Search Comments and discussion – click here This effort is very interesting. I’m highlighting notes from a Jeff Barnard A.P. article: Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski wants the state to explore ways of helping local agencies better communicate and coordinate … Continue reading

Posted in oregon, Science & Technology, search and rescue, Web 2.0, wifi | 10 Comments

Merry Christmas to all!


 James Kim Search Discussion – Click here | Mount Hood Climber Search Wishing a very merry Christmas to all my friends young and old, old and new! Here is hoping that 2007 brings this world more joy, less sadness, and … Continue reading

Posted in blogs, charity, personal | 2 Comments

GoogleGuy and upcoming Google Rival WikiaSari


A couple interesting TechMemes for today: Matt’s got a great post noting how page view metrics are breaking down with AJAX implementations. Notable from his mini-rant is this: * If you’re doing a start-up and want impressive page view metrics, … Continue reading

Posted in companies, Google, search, Web 2.0, Websites | 3 Comments

Whitewater Rafting is very safe, CNN!


James Kim Search Discussion – Click here | Mount Hood Climber Search David Boone, missing hiker in California I’ve been looking into missing people, danger, and death for the Danger Database project and noted this CNN headline that screams “Whitewater … Continue reading

Posted in oregon, personal, research, tourism, travel | 126 Comments

… and speaking of Travel, how about Time Tourism?


Thanks to Glenn (hey dude, where’s your blog to link to!?)  who just pointed me to this fascinating claim by UCONN professor Ronald Mallet suggesting that we’ll probably be traveling in time this century, and that time travel will be … Continue reading

Posted in Artificial Intelligence, science, Science & Technology, tourism, travel | 3 Comments