Yesterday’s Thoughts

Archive for December, 2006

December 16, 2006

Laughable?

What’s laughable about the Alicia Colon piece I blogged about yesterday? The claim that The Drudge Report is a liberal site is laughable in general. How could you know anything at all about American politics and make this claim? Here is her supporting evidence: The propaganda of the enemedia — an excellent descriptive term coined […]

December 15, 2006

What’s in a Name

In this laughable op-ed from the New York Post, the author concludes by making a big point about her name: My name, Alicia, means truth, so here it is. I wouldn’t go there if I were her. Her last name is Colon.

December 5, 2006

Seach Strategy

In Hunting the elusive search strategy Jon Udell proposes to study the methods that people use to effectively search. He proposes capturing individual cases of searching for something and then analyzing those cases. The point is to help people learn to search. That’s an interesting approach, and it would benefit from having some good tools […]