Holy crap that brings back the memories! I think my path was very similar.
*waves to Dan*
Been here since the beginning!
One of the things slashdot rarely gets credit for is that it was among the first blogging platforms (yes, everyone could create their own blog within
Got me by one....
Do you remember how you first heard of
I still read
Rob, you were an absolue inspiration to so many of us. I'm sorry to see you go, but thank you for the many years of entertainment and education.
Not the cheapest option, but this rollaboard is also a backpack -- it's basically a backpack inside of a rollaboard, so you get the best of both worlds, plus a bonus that if you buy a bunch of stuff while traveling, your one bag turns into two. I recently purchased it for business travel, and couldn't be happier.
Murdoch is in a tough spot. The internet has given us access to nearly every piece of content that has ever been created, or is currently being created, in near real-time. In addition, automated editing tools are improving by leaps and bounds every year, with recent apps like Flipboard (and others), obviating the need for professional human editors.
So it's difficult to see how this slight re-working of an old model is going to work in a world where the game has changed in such fundamental ways.
Pretty impressive three digit ID.
As far as regularity goes, I read
I've heard that the founder and current CEO of Multiply has been on Slashdot forever.