Just a thought from 26 February 2004 about .
This is where a post used to be. The post was probably ill-advised, definitely mean-spirited, and possibly also a little deserved. But, whatever. It was probably a bad idea, a few people pointed that out, and the last thing I need is a big fuss, so away it goes. No big.
But before I go, I wanted to mention three things:
1. If you don't want people to have your phone number, you should get an unlisted number. Public information is public information.
2. If you have a problem with phone book information being in Google, tell Google.
3. The most frequent piece of advice I've gotten in my life: Lighten up. Here, I offer it to you. This is a little website with a little audience. I made a little joke post. It was probably in bad taste, sure, but this is a personal site and we all have our less-than-perfect moments. It may even happen again. If you don't like it, you know where your back button is.
This section is called Just a Thought. It's a blog where I post little pieces of what I'm thinking about at the moment. This page is an individual entry called “Three Things” that I wrote on 26 February 2004.
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Working the web since 1995, Derek Powazek is the creator of many award-winning websites, a couple of which still exist. Derek is the cofounder of JPG Magazine and the CCO of 8020 Publishing. Derek lives in San Francisco with his wife, two nutty Chihuahuas, a grumpy cat, and a house full of plants named Fred. More »
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