Strike gives NBC chance to change →
To me, these comments by Zucker are the first sign of actual reality coming to a network.
I'm more than a little annoyed that this year's... →
Women in their 20s can find their next love quickly, but it’s tougher for women...– Japanese firm offers “heartache leave” for staff
What if the mall in which you choose to hide from... →
Google's new experimental search features look... →
In the new vehicle, I have to rest my iPod on my thigh. Otherwise, the iTrip is too staticky. Hardwiring options are expensive and limited.
Apostrophe Abuse →
Because you can fill a whole web site with just other people’s apostrophical errors.
I have never had a president who inspired me the way people tell me that my...– A President Like My Father - Caroline Kennedy
MacHEADS - Movie Trailer →
Oh, good grief. This is not going to help me any.
…Google will start looking for names that are repeatedly registered and...– Had not heard about this one. At least Google is trying to offset their evil now. Google Combats Domain Name Loophole
Factcheck.org should use Twitter to do real-time fact dissemination during the debates.
“I can totally make this into a canvas of hate” -Aramis, on cake decorating
Does your essay font choice affect your grade? →
Emails still slipping through the cracks. Why God, WHY?!
Books that make you dumb →
Very informal analysis of Books vs. SAT scores. Check out the alternate views at the bottom too.
With all the talk about how to stimulate it, you’d think that the economy is a...– Barbara’s Blog: Clitoral Economics
Why can't they do stuff like this over here? →
Suddenly, Gmail POP to iPhone and Mail.app is behaving normally at the moment. I hope it sticks.
We are looking for a Web Manager in the Marketing Dept. at Lynn University: http://tinyurl.com/2n5v9d
iPhone + 1.1.3 + Gmail = Hell
Ok…I’ve really had it. Here is what I need: My mail to POP from Gmail to my iPhone. For that mail to then be marked as read in Gmail (preferred, but optional). For that mail to stay in the Gmail inbox. For that mail to later download to Mail.app on my Mac (along with mail sent from the phone). At that time for it to be archived from the Gmail inbox to All Mail. This is the way I have...
Star Wars Guide to the Candidates →
I totally tried to open someone else’s car today at the grocery store. Damn you average, beige Toyota Corolla. My next car will have flames.
Indie Labels Come to iTunes Plus →
This is huge if it is real.
I can’t get my email back to POPing the way I want it since the iPhone update and the auto-switch to IMAP; becoming seriously annoyed.
5 hours later, it is done. Nuts.
We’re attempting the Endless Set List. Started after 10pm. :-|
Spotted on comic store staffer’s t-shirt: I put the fun into funeral.
Best site ever.
Passionate about print? →
How not to use Google for research papers →
Update: A related story from Ars Technica
Mantastic is back! →
After a year off, Mantastic - the competition where visual effects artists vie for votes on their one-month growth of facial hair in “the dopest styles in history” - is back. Pick a horse and follow his progress. Don’t forget to check out 2006 to see how it all went down.
The passionate worker doesn’t show up because she’s afraid of...– Seth’s Blog: Workaholics
Internet Anagram Server →
Too much fun.
Counting Crows just released a free “digital 45” featuring two tracks from their next album - Saturday Nights and Sunday Mornings, being released on March 25th - making me quite happy.
Metrics of Success
A couple of interesting posts on the Influential Marketing Blog on the most overused metrics and the most underappreciated metrics used by marketers to gauge success. The lists are “of 2007”, but might well be “of the new millenium.”
Sun is acquiring MySQL →
I don’t know how to feel about that.