Category Archives: Miscel-listics

July 4th browser tabs and patriotism

Went off to celebrate independence day like a true American. Sought meaning in the big box stores. Couldn’t believe CostCo was closed. When the going gets rough, go shopping. It’s a lesson it has taken me a lifetime to learn. CostCo is great. They have over-sized shopping carts. A forty pound bag of IAMS tucks [...]

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Weekend browser tabs

Bringing closure to many of the week’s best intentions to read further, to focus, to write and so forth… The G20 and their commitment to bolstering the wealth of the ruling class by cutting spending and holding down taxes. Toronto, what a riot! With the Wall Street Journal interpreting policy alternatives for them it’s small [...]

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Another week another link list

Today’s tabs from my browser, tabs that have somehow remained unclosed until today, when I shall surely close them, tabs that reflect my good intentions and my short attention span: Juneteenth! WordPress Version 3.0 - “Thelonious” Greenhouse gas mitigation by agricultural intensification Andrew Hessel - Introduction to Synthetic Biology Golden Rice Julian Assange Iceland’s new [...]

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Weekend Bobcat

Lots o’ lynx… Google stuff. So much of this is great. Why is Feedburner so difficult for me? Can the US Punish BP’s Shareholders? The editors of the New York Times asked that question. Is there any doubt that the US could freeze their assets and confiscate every dime? And would that be “punishment?” The [...]

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Weekend sausage

More tabs from my browser: International Association of Time Travelers- 11/15/2104 At 14:52:28, FreedomFighter69 wrote: Reporting my first temporal excursion since joining IATT: have just returned from 1936 Berlin, having taken the place of one of Leni Riefenstahl’s cameramen and assassinated Adolf Hitler during the opening of the Olympic Games. Let a free world rejoice! [...]

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Diffusion

Sometimes I need to post links from my browser tabs just to clear the board. Here they are, various trails I’ve wandered down in the past day or two, kicked out of the webulous undergrowth by email, tweet, blogs, or the FB soc-net: Hack the Planet, wait for the announcement that only a small tactical [...]

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Shaq’s big challenge…

The link to Shaq’s Big Challenge came to me via Jocelyn Matsuo, Hulu’s video editor. Shaq’s altruistic side comes into focus as he “chooses kids from his area who are all morbidly obese, and organizes a program to help them with their weight and self-esteem.” It’s flamingly delicious.

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