Monthly Archives: April 2006
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Stephanie pointed this out yesterday, but I can’t resist mentioning the MySpace profile for Corey Porter as well. Fun facts about Corey Porter: Corey Porter is from POUGHKEEPSIE, New Yorkl Corey Porter has recorded such hit tracks as “Foot Step in the Dark,” “What If” and “Forever Real.” Corey Porter is a mammal. Corey Porter [...]
Tony Snow, regarding his new job: You never lie. You never try to shave the truth. But on the other hand, you’ve got to keep in mind the guy I’m working for is the president. His time spent at FOX “news” should prove to be wonderful training.
Cuban throws down in his usual style regarding the responsibilities involved in owning stock. Its time for all shareholders to realize they have a responsibility as owners of stock. That if you dont fulfill that obligation, you are nothing more than a corporate Ho and your share of stock is nothing more than a baseball [...]
Chris did a good writeup of W’s recent strong words regarding oil. The problem is one of economics. Hybrids improve the fuel efficiency of cars. In a lot of economic models, when you can use a product more efficiently, this actually increases consumption of the product because suddenly it makes economic sense to use it [...]
Web 2.1 provides for server-side <blink> tags. Note: if you did not see the blinking text above, it means that your browser is not compliant with the Web 2.1 standards. An easy way of checking whether your browser is standards compliant is to check whether the installation files for your browser were smaller than 50MB, [...]
Writing for Rolling Stone, Sean Wilentz wonders if George W. Bush is the worst president ever. Now, though, George W. Bush is in serious contention for the title of worst ever. In early 2004, an informal survey of 415 historians conducted by the nonpartisan History News Network found that eighty-one percent considered the Bush administration [...]
Some dude runs around and smashes huge ice walls with his fists. That’s about it. I can’t stop playing.
NetNewsWire author Brent Simmons has a great post on how to best get what you want out of software types. The secret formula Now Iâ€™ll tell you straight up how to manipulate me: save me time. Time is so precious, itâ€™s everything. Carrot beats stick every time.
Carl Bernstein writes a well-considered call for a congressional investigations of the Bush administration. Perhaps there are facts or mitigating circumstances, given the extraordinary nature of conceiving and fighting a war on terror, that justify some of the more questionable policies and conduct of this presidency, even those that turned a natural disaster in New [...]
OK, even I’m getting bored of these. It’s not quite outrage fatigue, but it’s similar. Surprise surprise, Yahoo drops a dime on yet another Chinese dissadent. News implicating Yahoo in the imprisonment of Jiang Lijun in 2003 surfaced on the eve of a summit between Chinese President Hu Jintao and President Bush in Washington. It [...]