Tuesday, December 04, 2001
From an interview with Joel:
If you're a non-technical CEO with programmers who aren't getting with the program, you have to bite the bullet and fire them. This is your only hope. And it means you're going to have to find new technical talent, so your chances aren't great. That's why I don't think technology companies that don't have engineers at the very top have much of a chance.
[11:30:02 PM] 
It's going to cost me $1000+ to go to Winnipeg for Christmas holidays.. Grrrrrrrr.
The first weblog I got addicted to was Dave's Scripting News but it took me a remarkably long time after getting addicted to start my own (6 months). Now if this were MeFi I'd ask, what was the first weblog you were addicted to? And then you'd discuss.
From now on please email me at: mail *at* mattgoyer.com.
And we're still alive!
Just got this from Joe w/the attachment gone.scr,
How are you ? When I saw this screen saver, I immediately thought about you I am in a harry, I promise you will love it!
This is a worm (so don't run it!): See Symantec for more info.
Anthrax, a worm,... What's next?
Fairtunes target of anthrax attack?
We, Fairtunes Inc. (attention: John Cormie), just received at 207 an empty USPS Priority Mail envelope that is missing a return address. Did anyone try and send us something?
Or is this one of those suspicious packages they keep warning us about? Let us see,
Conclusion: One very suspicious package though we didn't find any white powders inside.
Ken who is the only person we could think of who would send us a package writes:
Yikes. No, it wasn't us. I know you Canadians may not be as paranoid as us in the U.S., but have you considered washing your hands and calling the police? Is there any identifying info -- a postmark? Anything? The USPS has a tracking service on their site these days -- try going there an entering the tracking #. '
Should we call the police? We did call USPS and a dozen customs offices trying to find the Toronto Exchange office but so far no one has been able to help us. Will you find us all dead tomorrow?
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