Tell Robertson you don't remember assasination being advocated by Jesus.
Talks about how blogging is close to his original vision of the web. [via Derek Baird]
'Talk and IM with your friends for free'
Eric explains a cool new feature for Gmail that just went live.
Great UI solution for printing envelopes [via TUAW]
Kanye West's The College Dropout mixed with the Beach Boys Pet Sounds.
What no Git-R-Done ribbon?
Word, I have finally tamed you!
'...on average Yahoo! only returns 37.4% of the results that Google does and, in many cases, returns significantly less'. Ouch.
Great story from one of the brains behind Family Guy.
Fun Viewmaster promo put together by 6A.
Andy Dick as the President's speechwriter, Harlan McCraney. Awesome!
This posits that design by a certain gender attracts that gender. I buy that.
Calling a fight between RSS and Atom is stacking the deck by a long shot.
My fellow Americans, rejoice! We are not alone in the decay of modern civilization! The title graphic alone proves this.
Love that Banksy [via rebecca's pocket]
Cool looking mapping program that uses Google Maps.
Google News adds Atom and RSS feeds. Yay!
Mine arrived yesterday. Such. A. Geek.
Video proof of new Treo running Pocket PC software. Weird.
My buddy Ryan has been thinking about the future at AP.
Nice, but where's the Mens version?
I'm a sucker for a fake viral campaign, especially when it involves free music, ringtones or podcasts from indie bands.
American journalist and blogger, Steven Vincent, was assasinated in Iraq.
Thomas Friedman in the NYTimes on the role of technology in the future of politics.