Quote of the Moment
May 10, 2006
"I've always had sort of an ironic view of life. My belief system is that when this is over, it's over. That you don't look down from heaven and wait for your loved ones to join you. There may be some soul activity, but I'm not sure about that. But what I am sure about is that your molecules continue and in due time become something else. That's science.
And that works for me. So that if this is it, you better take it at its right proportion. That there are serious things, but most things are temporal and ephemeral, and you should cultivate that attitude. That joy and love and all the verities are what counts. So I try not to take too many things seriously, and if I find myself caught up in the seriousness of the moment, within a period of time, I'm able to cajole myself out of it."
--William Shatner, from the History Channel documentary "How William Shatner Changed the World".
Wow. One for the mortality guide quotes page. The guy is amazing. Go buy his spoken word album Has Been. (kisrael'd previously)
Palm Cleanout of the Moment
I have a category on my Palm TODO, "@google", things I want to look up online and possibly link. "Palm Cleanout" will be the "of the Moment" where I stuff that stuff.
Wired had a bit on Josh Davis, "the Jackson Pollock of the Internet age". I really got a wonder...a guy like that, how much is innovation and skill and how much is raw chutzpah?
Technical Reference of the moment
Tim pointed me to quirksmode.org that has a lot of crossbrowser coding comparisons and suggestions.