I’m having a great time watching Season 3 of the IT Crowd. I loved Season 1 and Season 2 and converted a lot of my colleagues to be watchers of the show.
Season 3 hasn’t disappointed so far and I had a great time watching Episode 3 with a brilliant moment when Moss recovers from his concussion and there is a Windows startup sound to signify his brain being “rebooted”
Uber blogger and serial entrepreneur Joi Ito recently announced that he has joined the board of Sanrio Digital. Joi had visited our offices a few months ago and at my request talked about his World of Warcraft guild where he spent a lot of time along with many other CEO’s
The question for Joi is, Are you responsible for this Hello Kitty World of Warcraft theme
I didn’t come across Mohammed’s blog till only recently and his blogging style is unique to say the least. English is not my native language and Mohammed’s mastery of that language (not that he is a slouch in Arabic recitation) challenges my neurons in ways that I didn’t know possible , yet I find something lacking which is hard to pin.
Maybe it’s his lack of links in a blog which doesn’t allow the reader to jump of to a tangent and contextualize some of the discussion. The length of each blog entry doesn’t necessarily correlate to the information one obtains at the end of its reading. Maybe this is what is really meant by ‘Information Entropy’ . Being more parsimonious with words would enable a much higher bandwidth communication.
Mohammed, may I recommend use of Twitter so that your avid readers can get access to your pearls of wisdom at a faster pace and I guess in a more ‘sound-bite’ friendly fashion. Maybe a switch to a desktop blog editor such as Flock or even Windows Live Writer would infuse a change from the monologues with some judicious placements of random images from the blogosphere.
And please enable trackbacks
Here’s Samuel L Jackson presenting the best movie award at MTV Movie Awards 2006
This news about Mimi Monica Wong, the head of Private Banking for HSBC who apparently must have used some complex financial modelling tool to determine a fair value of HK$120 million for eight years of unlimited Latin dance training is causing some buzz in Hong Kong.
She is now suing her dance instructor to return the “prepaid” HK$ 62 million in advance fees because he insulted her and called her a “lazy cow”
I’m so watching Antonio Banderas “Take the Lead”, I think the ballroom dancing teacher market has a lot of room for other entrants at slightly more competitive prices
1 US$ = HK$ 7.8