"I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw my car, which had been stolen two days earlier, pull up in the drive." Thief books car in for service with its legal owner
And that's why I always keep a bottle of acid handy at my bedside.
this is kind of like intrusion, but in an exclusive sort of way
my name is cyrus and i'm a recent blogaholic
take that senor walt mart (thanks for the invite)...
btw how do i get to be on a first name basis with ms trunk?
I've always enjoyed Penelope's writing...now her tone is more somber and, well, serious. It's still good though. This particular article makes me really thankful to have a job as it seems to be quite a mess out there right now. I've got a few good friends that are 'on the market' as it were--this one made me think of them. Take This Job and Love It
Imagine a hi-res screen manufactured into the space of a coin. You'll need a magnifying glass to see it but this opens up a whole bunch of cool possibilities. PCWorld.com - Company Shows Off Shrinking Screens
I love articles like this. Neither "the internet changes the world" nor "the sky is falling". Just well thought out arguments with cncrete examples. HBS Working Knowledge: Marketing: Why E-commerce Didn't Die With the Fall of Webvan
thank you for widening my perspective about what makes america great. i must admit that because i'm so far away from "ground zero", my tendency towards vapid banality has overtaken any sense of loss. i am once again the latch-key son to a flashy ADD parent that takes narcissism and distraction to new heights... and how i missed her vacuous comfort...
The best comedy is usually that which makes us say "that's so true". Jerry Seinfeld made a career out of it but The Onion raises the brow a notch with deference to the literati. A Shattered Nation Longs To Care About Stupid Bulls**t Again
This reminds me of the early days of the web when it really was mostly useless banter. I did have a green velvet couch and loveseat combo in college...with matching lampshades. I'm not kidding. Ugly Couch Home
So while in Denver last week I got to have dinner with the CEO of walmart.com, Jeanne Jackson. I can say, without a doubt, that she's the best leader I've ever worked under.
So I'd written a long blog today about this story of e-mail's 30th anniversary when the blue screen appeared. Here's the summary. I got an e-mail address as a freshman at UCDavis. Then I used Gopher. Then my friend Erik Jarvi told me about the 'web'. I was hooked. Here I am. Oh yeah, my first e-mail address was firstname.lastname@example.org. Weird how I remember that. E-Mail Celebrates Its 30th Birthday