It is quite conceivable now that [Gaddafi] will carry on talking all day. There...– Ed Pilkington This is the funniest thing I’ve read all day…I love English journalists.
Would love to be a fly on the wall here... →
The Pittsburgh Summit hosted by Ms. Obama for the spouses of leaders attending the UN General Assembly. I would just love to hear what they decide to talk about. I don’t know if I could think of anything to contribute to the conversation that would be appropriate.
First random wikipedia article of the day... →
I’m not sure I’d ever make it there. But, if I’m ever in northern Poland looking for something to do, I know I can look this place up.
TEDTalks as of 09.02.09 →
moderation: asie: Spreadsheet that has all TED talks - speaker name, link, title, summary. Go devour it. (via caterpillarcowboy) wow! Eeeeeeek! I’m in love with this spreadsheet. (Whoa, thank goodness I am not working on Monday. I obviously need a day off if I’m in love with a spreadsheet.)
I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I’m not...– Greenspan, McCloskey or Nixon. An eclectic mix of choices, isn’t it?
I have to admit, I haven’t seen Dirty Jobs yet. But, Mike Rowe’s TED talk was brilliant. The message is simple, something I completely respect and what I believe. It also seems a bit apropos because of the Obama address to school children. Back in my day before President’s told you to work hard, I had parents who worked harder than hard. I didn’t need a president to...
“…The brownie was the only food commonly consumed by all six people,...– The Los Angeles Times Dude.