Disk vs. Disc – See usage note.
- The “grey goo” problem – Fallacy?
- Safety vs. Liberty – A fair trade-off? Bruce and I would say no.
- We Like Dyke! In support of the BBC’s fallen leader Greg Dyke, plus lots of links to stories about the ongoing affair on the bottom of the page.
- Applause is overrated – Way too many standing ovations in theaters. Call it “grade inflation” (Via Julian)
Want McDonalds.com? – 1994 article about people registering other people’s domain names. “The problem with the Internet is, who’s in charge? When we figure that out, there will be a meeting.” Indeed.
- Legislators say RIAA’s approach is wrong – Abusing the DMCA? A little late to the game, aren’t we?
- Age 6, already marked as a terrorist – No way to challenge it when you’re put in CAPPS, but why would you need to? The government is never wrong…
- The Broadway Musical Is Changing Its Key – A little flat, maybe?
- The Unlocked Box – Bankrupting Social Security to support bad fiscal policy. Nothing to see here.
- How would you like it if they took your subculture and made it a theme night?
If any venue were to run a Themer Theme Night, we might get caught in an ironic recursive loop which would almost certainly result in our utter vanishment up our own fundament.
- The Things They Carry – Deep, insightful analysis of the challenges to Democrats in facing off against a “wartime” president in a post-9/11 world.
- Revision Thing – A history of the Iraq War, told completely in the words of Bush administration officials, and not a word of it is true.
- Should students be allowed to hook up with professors? Yes.
- Why strapping buttered toast to a cat’s back will not produce infinite power from Everything2.
- What would happen if an immovable object were confronted with an unstoppable force? also from E2.
Speed of light in furlongs per fortnight. Go Google!
Napster Runs for President in ’04. NYT explains the Dean phenomenom to the uninitiated. It’s more then McGovern.
Howard Dean, suicide bomber. Dean is definitely faltering.
Apparently Apple is dying because they innovate too much. Yeah, just keep believing that…
Working At Apple. Or, how to get hired.
How Google Beat Amazon and Ebay, circa 2009