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Ludicrous – There is no limit to what criminals do. Sometimes stupid, sometimes creative, always wrong, too often hurtful, and, in this case, simply strange. After realizing a child was in a car they stole, they dropped the kid off at school!
While I am digging through news feeds looking for material to scribe about, I am listening to The No Agenda Show. While you can say what you wish about John C. Dvorak and Adam Curry, personally, I love their show. I have been listening to Adam since his Daily Source Code podcast. I could not tell you how long I have read Dvorak and regardless of what he said about the PC mouse, I still think he is a required-tech-guru follow. Their snarky, critical thinking is a welcome change from the mainstream media.
As they often do, they were discussing politics. In this instance, the recent Democratic Debates. Mr. Dovorak presented a list of phrases that he noticed the participants often starting a sentence with… phrases that added nothing to the meaning of the sentence. Continue reading “Useless Starts To Sentences”→
The earliest recordings, before those black-grooved-plastic-thingies, were done on cylinders of wax, tin foil and plastic. While the first media for audio may lack much by today’s standards, there remain many reasons to keep these accessible, if nothing more for the sake of history and education.
Thank you for checking out the first list of weekly links I have shared in a good while.
Here they are:
Ludicrous – While I am all for freedom of religion, wearing a spaghetti strainer helmet for you driver’s license photo, in my humble opinion, is ludicrous. Although I confess, she looks happy in the photo.
I had to mention this one as a bonus. It is just a really kewl looking Alien
Since it has been a while since I have published one of these and also the week of Thanksgiving here are a few links for the black shopping days. I originally heard of or found all of these and many more useful tips, hacks and tricks Lifehacker.
While I really liked my previous WordPress Theme, it has been way too many years since it was updated. Pardon any ugliness that may occur as I update the site to a new look. As usual, comments and feedback are welcome.