*What a piece of crap this blogger interface is … ^X cut text, just now (in this case, a nicely formatted unordered list of links c/w comments), but nothing got stored on the clipboard. Thanks loads, but I really knew where the DEL key was, and I did not need this! The service is definitely worth FREE! [shiet! Really, though, who needs this?!]*
* Holy Shiet!! I just re-enterred the data manually, but it disappeared when I resized this frame! I don’t want to crap on blogger.com, or on LiveJournal (which has been bediveled for days, and right now will not allow updates), but Geeezus, when are we ever going to get anything working??! Damned M$ mentality is a plague.*

If you’re into free information, and/or annotation services, Andamooka is a must peek. I haven’t stepped through much of it yet (more to come) but it has brought a couple of interesting things to me immediately: KDE 2.0 Development (Table of Contents) is not exactly chopped liver *ooh … time for lunch!*, and I look forward to How to Think Like a Computer Scientist: (ToC of the HTML version) , though this seems very focussed on Python and kinda uninspired on the “thinking like a Computer Scientist” bit. (I loved the way Jon Udell [in e-mail] answered my “who but a programmer would have seen into this *ESP trick*” with “a magician!” huh huh).

Tacked onto the GreenTea page was a nice plug for The Five Easy Ways to Help Promote Free Books. Also of note is the fact that their Python book is hosted by the good folks at the Open Book Project. Support everyday heroes!!

*Ok … what’s next, problems posting to my server? [sigh] … fine fine fine, bring it on, let’s get on with it.*
! Struck by lightning … I knew this last comment would cause me grief: something on this page is calling bloglog.com (for no good reason I can see) … and it isn’t responding (though it responds when addressed directly) … what a Geezus kludge the web is becoming. I guess the early days were just a come-on, in order to scoop the cream while the scooping was good. !
* Cute … now something is calling blogblog.com, whoever the hell that is.*