Monthly Archives: January 2011
Via The Big Picture via the Huffington Post: WTF? Huff Po: Canadian television viewers looking for the most thorough and in-depth coverage of the uprising in Egypt have the option of tuning into Al Jazeera English, whose on-the-ground coverage of … Continue reading
You learn things. “Remember back in the 1990’s when people used, like, disk drives? Yeah, well now they have that for hard drives.” That’s MIT undergrad Iggy Chen as he plugs a 1TB hard drive into a $10 docking station … Continue reading
It’s been one month since I started this blog, and I’ve had a great time with it so far. I expected to write primarily about beer, but the content has taken some unexpected turns. And I think that’s ok. It’s … Continue reading
Via Tyler Cowen on Marginal Revolution, here’s a dating site for sea captains: seacaptaindate.com. At first it looks like a joke, but, no. It’s real. There’s even a Time Magazine posting on it: Ladies, do you find yourselves home alone … Continue reading
I stumbled upon the biology and evolution section in a bookstore in Central Square: Hmmm. Dinosaurs.
I previously posted a link to a remixed TED talk. It’s Matt Ridley talking about innovation mixed over some wackies dub. It’s pretty funny, but it occurred to me that the actual talk, with, you know, the slides and charts Ridley refers … Continue reading