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When I tried to keep the Toronto Star from blowing it with its “tablet app,” Michael Cooke (open Michael Cooke’s policard), Faadi Yaccoub (open Faadi Yaccoub’s policard), Jon Filson (open Jon Filson’s policard), and Dave Darnell (open David Darnell’s policard) all treated me like a problem


That would be Mr. SCOTT BOMS, who left Toronto for Facebook. He got out just in time


“Twitter essays” are a failure, but let’s not tell Jeet Heer that


I restored ACT UP’s National AIDS Treatment Research Agenda to a better PDF and valid HTML


United in Anger can finally be viewed online. But its progenitor, the ACT UP Oral History Project, needs a stem-to-stern rewrite, and for that I’m asking for help


Jeff Eaton wrote a CMS that forces the use of structured markup


I may now have the only Weblog in existence with valid HTML at all times


A year-long hiatus from MetaFilter, where I am user 250 (1999), due to the entrenched stupidity of its intelligent and sophisticated owner and developer

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