The fact that you're reading this means you've weathered the DNS change. We now return to the previously scheduled boringness.
Eric Richardson lives in Los Angeles, California Atlanta, Georgia, and
is generally interested in the intersection between technology,
community and news.
After founding hyperlocal news site
blogdowntown, today Eric works for
Southern California Public Radio, building
software and tools for radio's move to digital.
It's funny sometimes how easy it is to fall behind personally in the very things that we do professionally.
At Emcien, my main role these days involves...
I just saw an article on Wired about "walls" of radiation detection around major cities. Immediately I thought of the dog pod grid in The Diamond...
So I was doing a little browsing, and came up with a topic that I think should be really interesting. The semi-anonymous communication of the Internet...
So for tomorrow I need a prospectus for my COMM 395 paper. This would be fine, except I have no idea what I want to write about, and the prospectus needs...
This is why I hate cable modems:
[eric@coredump docs]$ ping ericrichardson.com
PING ericrichardson.com (188.8.131.52): 56 data bytes
64 bytes from...