Late fees are gone! And by gone, they mean...
Since we are based in New Orleans, today’s musings should probably relate to Mardi Gras. Which it is, sort of.
The Screen Actors Guild Awards recap
I've watched many Super Bowl broadcasts over the years, and this one was easily the least entertaining.
Fifteen steps to writing great web content...
A new coalition of patients, attorneys, doctors and hospitals across the nation has an indea to keep liability costs and medical erros down at the same time. The group is called the Sorry Works! Coalition. It's members desrcibe the idea like this:
"My target reader is someone motivated enough to do online research but unwilling to become a full-fledged nerd."
Voluntarily leaving a job is one of the hardest things to do.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for February 07, 2005
This just in...thanks to www.bbc.co.uk
After much reading and careful consideration, I find myself on the side of the religious right on one issue, even though I firmly believe that this ambiguous group of fundamentalists, evangelicals and fanatics has, through their political machinations and incessant meddling into numerous other matters of secular public policy, brought the injustice of Selman v. Cobb County School District upon themselves...
Boston Globe reporters grill John Kerry about the Swifties, but don't mention the Globe's lack of coverage at the time.
"Read my lips," from Bush 41's acceptance speech, is beginning to haunt Bush 43
Where better to look for words of wisdom than the rear bumper of a moving vehicle?
75 minutes of terrifying beauty.
This live album from their early years should help educate hard rock "purists" about the real Ramones.
This Morning's Stories
Review of Impossible Recording Machine's sophmore album.
If you listen carefully now, you will hear: Happy birthday to reggae revolutionary Bob Marley.
M83, The Mars Volta and The Game. Here are some new releases worthy of checking out.
Hands-on training in how to implement web services at your site.
Osamu Tezuka, the 'father' of manga
A valiant first effort at fiction writing by technical author Clint Smith, but it falls short of its promise.