Much love and support to Terry Heaton, whose wife Allie died suddenly last night.
This evening I’m going to a talk at UC-Berkeley by former CBS news anchor Dan Rather. They also invited me to a party honoring him. So what do you say when you’re shaking the hand of a historic figure? I guess we’ll find out.
Irreverent snark-filled comments today, esp re Rather.
Scott Rosenberg: “Congress is considering allowing the big phone and cable companies that now control most of the broadband access in the US to do something they want to do, but that has never been done before: turn the level playing field of today’s Internet into a sort of class-system environment, in which packets sent by companies that pay more get preferential treatment.”
Amy Gahran asks what integrity is. Try this. “A human being has integrity if he or she is what he or she appears to be. That’s why integrity commands us to disclose conflicts, so that what we say, and who we appear to be, are in synch. Change the appearance if necessary.”
PS: A simple search reveals 521 instances of “integrity” on this site. No need to guess, or look in the dictionary to find out how I use the term.