Skippy has a list.
Surely it’s not exactly a shock to discover that evil drugs may not be evil after all, right?
This chronology pretty much speaks for itself.
Somebody in the photojournalism camp is having a bit of fun.
I’ve just been informed that John Ashcroft will be singing on the Letterman show tonight, Wednesday, April 17.
That is all.
It seems “trying to learn” is now against the rules in Introductory Computer Science at that esteemed Atlanta institution. Way to go, guys.
These doctors have a pretty good sense of humor about their work. Don’t skip the intro, but once it’s over don’t miss the map. There’s sound.
Really really cool trees.
I remember Pong.
You fin’ to raise up and get your limo on? Yeah, you know who to call.
A few weeks ago, I heard a story on NPR about a new pre-date ritual beginning to surface in some circles: “ Googling” your date. Put their name and address into Google, and fire away, and all sorts of interesting bits might come up. Not quite a background check and not quite stalking, it seems harmless enough and even a little interesting.
Some of you may know Tim. He got married on Sunday. I took some pictures. Enjoy.
Well, as it turns out, this whole science thing is just a big goof on the part of the Almighty.
I’d like to take this opportunity to note that not all Christians are freaks. Thanks you.
This just in: the anti-Unix site authored by Microsoft and Unisys is itself hosted on FreeBSD and Apache.
My pal Chris Mohney is writing a travel diary for Slate this week. The subject, oddly enough, is Las Vegas. Enjoy. (Longtime readers will recognize Chris from his earlier entry here; rest assured the dolphin recanted, and the ADA was forced to drop the charges.)