Listen to People Look Around.
Oh yeah… Starbucks called a month ago too. We told them to take a hike. San Diego’s independent coffee shops are sponsoring us :)
Keith Olbermann writes: Last Thursday on Countdown, I referred to the latest terror threat – the reported bomb plot against the New York City subway system – in terms of its timing. President Bushâ€™s speech about the war on terror had come earlier the same day, as had the breaking news of the possible indictment […]
Bush Thanks Soldiers in Rehearsed Talk: Paul Rieckhoff, director of the New York-based Operation Truth, an advocacy group for U.S. veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan, denounced the event as a “carefully scripted publicity stunt.”
Over on his media center blog, Matt Goyer wrote that Front Row “really validates what we’re doing converging digital entertainment with the PC in the living room.” So you’re saying that a product that “doesn’t even have feature parity with the first version of Media Center” from three years ago validates what you are doing? […]
Our friends at the Bonita News took a moment to suggest their local venue book newer, up-and-coming acts: “I’d like to see more up-and-coming, rather than name acts that may or may not still have it,” he says. “Some of the newer people that Myra can count as a discovery.” Floridians deserve good music too, […]
Merlin and Danny make the New York Times. Cool. But ever more interesting is this excerpt: But did more screen area actually help with cognition? To find out, Czerwinski’s team conducted another experiment. The researchers took 15 volunteers, sat each one in front of a regular-size 15-inch monitor and had them complete a variety of […]
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