The Ole filter makes a pass... (Yes, I have 171 posts queued up to link, and no, I'm not going to link them all at once.)
As you know, I want to visit Titan. Right now this isn't possible, but as Wired notes Titan's Features Emerge from Haze. "NASA scientists unraveled more of the mystery shrouding Saturn's largest moon this week when the space agency's Cassini orbiter beamed home some of the clearest photos to date of Titan's surface." Excellent.
Joel Spolsky likes Microsoft's AntiSpyware but notes lazy user-interface-manship. The contra view on this software, which I endorse, is that Microsoft should not give away for free utilities which others are charging for. At first glance you might think that MS is being magnanamous, however a zero-cost utility from MS will cause all others to exit the market, however superior they might be, and we all benefit from a healthy ecosystem of choices, especially regarding something like anti-spyware.
Some of you may have seen the SuperBowl ad from GoDaddy.com, featuring a nice looking young woman and I can’t remember what else. And your opinion of GoDaddy.com might have been formed right there, never to change. However Bob Parsons, the founder and CEO of GoDaddy, is a blogger (!), and among other things has posted his rules to live by. I particularly think these three are spot-on:
John Battelle notes videora, a Bittorrent RSS reader. "I've long theorized that video over IP will come from the bottom up, as opposed to the top down, much as it has with blogs, and with music before that." I've long theorized the same thing :)