07/29/11 06:23- ID#54816
But I don't get this (e:Paul)-Paranoia-look(TM). What is that about?!
Last Modified: 07/30/11 08:38
07/28/11 08:14- ID#54805
uh oh. not looking good for the hsbc tower
Last Modified: 07/28/11 08:14
07/24/11 11:33- ID#54784
All the VERY best, e:heidi!
A zillion good wishes and more coming your way!!
Last Modified: 07/24/11 11:33
07/21/11 09:43- ID#54753
E:strip search eccentricities
When I search for the term "wok":
- This post about my wok mania turns up: (e:tinypliny,54663)
- This post about my Amazon disenchantment while buying woks doesn't: (e:tinypliny,54693) (Though, wok is prominently in the title of the post and also mentioned in the body.)
Odd, don't you think?
Last Modified: 07/21/11 09:43
07/13/11 12:08- ID#54694
I went home and worked a couple hours more till it was finally dawn, thanks to you. Hehe :-)
Last Modified: 07/13/11 12:09
06/30/11 02:30- ID#54602
Some more e:strip decisions...
I can't transfer all work here because then (e:strip) would also have to be my reference manager and store my million pdfs... Yeah, not very practical.
The thing is the search function of (e:strip) sometimes does not play well with my blogs. I don't know what to do about that. My one big request/feature-suggestion for (e:strip) would be to make search results somehow more accessible and context-sensitive along with the ability to use more search-modifiers... maybe.
And while we are on the subject of search, one more suggestion would be to turn up blog-numbers, or cite-able referral links along with the blog titles and excerpts in the search results. For example
Cross-referencing would become so much easier. Currently, I hover my mouse over every post to find out the number and then string it to the name of the (e:peep) who wrote it. Makes for a longer workflow.
Last Modified: 06/30/11 02:45
06/26/11 11:40- ID#54578
The Garden at 24
It's quite unlike any Earl Grey I have ever had. The flavour is sharp and if made without any other tea and steeped for around 5 minutes, completely takes away any residual tiredness and has the capacity to defog your brain.
I didn't quite get the money-shot of the other visitor to the garden ((e:Paul,54519)) but here he is, hiding away and chomping in the herb patch.
I can't wait to see if (e:PMT) will be able to set up a stall at the Elmwood Saturday Market from what ends up growing out of these beds!
Last Modified: 06/26/11 11:40
06/01/11 11:20- ID#54394
Using e:strip to its potential...
I think writing for an audience tempers all of my posts here. What if I didn't write for an audience and wrote exclusively for myself? I am going to try that experiment starting today. I want to be able to write whatever I am thinking about, whenever I am thinking about it here and include links and references in context to those thoughts along with my posts.
(e:Paul) already publishes most of his life on his journal. I think that is the true meaning of (e:strip) - to be able to come online and just document what is going on in your conscious and subconscious mind and not really worry about why you are driven to put it online. The alternate meaning of (e:strip) is to be able to electronically strip the clouds, the salt scales and the tartar away from your core thoughts and just put them here for reference and sometimes, increased clarity.
Of course, I will not put work-related writing here... That is reserved for my citation manager. :)
Last Modified: 06/01/11 11:29
04/10/11 12:16- ID#54015
E:Strip: In the light and in the dark!
~30 mb of compressed text
~2 gigs of compressed pictures
~8 years of words, thoughts and perspectives.
Last Modified: 04/10/11 12:38
04/01/11 11:05- ID#53959
E:Strip security warning...
Last Modified: 04/01/11 11:05
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