Monthly Archives: January 2007

Long time coming.

I am a newbie to Metafilter, having heard of it but never visited until today, prompted by the interview with its founder, Matt Haughey, on BoingBoingBoing, the podcast from the folks at BoingBoing. So I added MeFi to my Google … Continue reading

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Deaducation.

Teach Kids Peace is a group worth noting. I’m going to try turning off my filter and post every time I think to myself “Hey, that’s cool!” (normally I bookmark or add stuff to my deli.icio.us list).

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Comedy is good.

I’m a few days behind the leading edge on this, but I imagine there are still plenty of people who haven’t seen this (and have never heard of the man responsible), so enjoy (thanks to David Malki, creator of the … Continue reading

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Me? Pedantic?! No!

I expect better from an institution like Time Magazine (well, time.com in this case): In their photoessay on the life, reign, and death of Saddam Hussein, they goof in the caption for photo 5. Note the reference to the persons … Continue reading

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Not one, but two “Whaaa?!” moments in one day.

You know, the rub-your-eyes-with-your-fists, lean-your-head-forward-with-a-quizzical-look moment… 1. My campus is closed this coming Monday for what is labeled on the official campus calendar software “Martin Luthor King Day.” Apparently, Lex himself was an evil twin of a pioneering civil rights … Continue reading

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