Los Angeles is without doubt the place for all of the beautiful people. I’ve never seen so many attractive men and women in one place! This area is indeed consumed with physical appearance. They even advertise (nonstop it seems) breast augmentation, liposuction, plastic surgery–“give your wife the gift she’s always wanted.” It’s a bit out […]
Yeah, the evil empire! I guess this falls into the category of “When does it become theft by taking?” Today is basic math day at CrunchGear where we discovered that if 160 bytes of SMS data costs twenty cents then 1MB (1,048,576 bytes) of data would cost 131,072 cents, or $1,310.72. Check out the prices […]
I’ve been really busy! But this makes up for it. These guys are crazy!
Take the poll. Listen to the band. Produce a new show if you want. This is Conrad’s new Kyte.TV channel: ConradTheKat. This is YouTube on steroids. Explore it. You can create your own video, your own audio chat, your own slideshow, your own polls, etc. Way cool! You can even watch the Conrad the Kat […]
I saw this in an email a few weeks ago and had to blog about it: swimming in shark-infested waters! ____________ \o/________/\____________
Politics of the Street in Diptych Originally uploaded by the other Martin Taylor I would say that nothing further need be said save that Bush’s lies have killed approaching 100,000 people. And he wasn’t impeached, why exactly?! And we have the nasty bit about the US economy–while his oil buddies are getting record profits. And […]
I don’t think the person who wrote this in an email to me would necessarily want to credited with this, so I will not mention the name. But this is brilliantly expressed, as was the rest of the email: Our society’s borrow-and-spend orgy of the past generation seems to be coming to an unhappy end. […]
Lawrence Lessig’s thinking is clear, articulate, and compelling. This video, about his Change Congress efforts speaks in a very compelling way to the need and the opportunity.
Again Obama is blowing my socks off! He really seems to be about changing the order of political power. I just posted about my support of Lawrence Lessig’s efforts with this very issue here. Speaking in Bristol, Va., [yesterday] he told a cheering crowd: “We will not take a dime from Washington lobbyists or special […]
From my unknown friends at the BBC came this tip. Worth it indeed!