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Celebrity Roommate

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Daniel Andrlik
Daniel Andrlik lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia. By day he manages product teams. The rest of the time he is a podcast host and producer, writer of speculative fiction, a rabid reader, and a programmer.

I am such a nerd for being excited about this.

This site is hosted by the fine gentlemen at Logjamming, which also happens to be the same company that hosts Wil Wheaton DOT Net. In fact, Wil Wheaton’s blog is how I found out about this service.

However, after creating my hosting account I discovered that not only am I being hosted by the same company, my site is actually being stored on the exact same machine: Logjamming2. Now, I am sure there are a ton of other sites on Logjamming2 as well, but that is not the point.

The point is: Wil Wheaton and I are digital roommates!

Only we are roommates that never talk to each other, or see each other and really only communicate through Post-it notes left on the fridge. Except that he does not ever see my notes because I only ever get around to putting them on the mini-fridge in my room, whereas I read his regularly.

So, to my new roomie:

Wil, whose turn is it to do dishes? Because you know, I just cleaned the bathroom, man…


I Got Spammed. Hard.
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Seriously, this is ridiculous. It was cute at first getting the occasional spammer. I even took some delight in moderating their comments as spam and banishing them to the WordPress netherworld, but it is starting to get a little time consuming.
I’ve Been A Bad Blogger
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I have been going in cycles with my blogging and have been in a downturn of late. I actually am working on a few interesting entries for you folks, but I’ve just been so damn busy and distracted.
Google, How Do I Love Thee?
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I just discovered via Boing Boing that Google has added a Creative Commons License field (labeled as “Usage Rights”) to their advanced search capabilities. This means you can search for material available under Creative Commons, even by which rights the license offers.