Very cool book that I got this morning in the mail! Thank you. I've skimmed it cover to cover and have started reading it in more depth. There's a lot of poetic aspect that to be honest is difficult to interpret cross-culturally, but I think I understand the message it's trying to convey.

One of my other projects that maybe I'll have a chance to work on today… It's a video overlay device; what it'll do is allow me to display emergency messages over my TV, for example if the system detects a server problem it can notify me if I'm just relaxing (thank god, I do to much of that, right?).

Sad, sad day. I broke my first-gen Rex. In my opinion this is the best, most functional PDA ever released (the new Rex is better because it has an edit mode, but you know what I mean). Seriously, this thing may be five years out of date, but it's very useful. It does what it's supposed to do; nothing more, nothing less.

Oh, and the Rex reminds me — before the Rex came out, IBM Japan had a similar device. It was also a PC card, and had a full keyboard (that needed a toothpick to use). If anyone remembers this litte thing, or knows where to get one, I'd love the details.

Wow Shannon, that's really annoying! What is it, 1997 on Geocities? Retroweb is NOT cool!

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