About a week and a half ago, I wrote about the transclusions of images on the web, mainly,
transclusions of my images by other people (and of the pages I
could see, never an attribution). Last week I pointed to Mike Taht's rant about branding and was inspired to
finally do the Photo Friday picture on
I found out today that Mike
Taht transcluded that image on his site. I found it very
amusing, given the chain of events. Even cooler that he's heard of, and
read about Xanadu.
And for the record, we met sometime in 1999 or 2000 when Mark and I were called over to
the company he was working for (which doesn't seem to be around anymore) for
a kind of semi-let's-talk type interview and we were introduced to Mike.
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