What a field day for the heat
A thousand people in the street
Singing songs and carrying signs
Mostly saying, "hooray for our side"

Friday, April 29, 2011

Linkee-poo is sparse, like his braincells

Lately I've been grooving on a new radio show I picked up on night on NPR, and now it's a podcast. It's called The Moth. People telling true stories in front of a live audience, without notes. Some pretty big names show up, such as this week's Andy Borowitz talking about being in the hospital with a sigmoid volvulus (which I knew what that really means - woohoo me!). Just a note, do not listen to the "Anthony Griffith: Best of Times, Worst of Times" in front of people you'll be embarrassed to cry in front of. Anthony Griffith is a pretty funny comedian, his story is not funny. It's painful, as in full of pain. As in he shares his pain. Hell, I'm tearing up just typing this.

Just in case you think Net Neutrality is overblown hype. Web developers can do this.

The iPad is in Hong Kong. So begins the obsessive punching of the "update" button on the tracking website.

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