Well, I signed up for Lala and posted some stuff yesterday. We’ll see how that goes.
There was an article about Zunafish in the NY Times today, and now I’m curious about that too. Zunafish lets you trade DVDs, books, and other stuff, not just CDs like Lala. But it seems to be less flexible, if I understand things correctly.
This guy seems to have known more about Katrina than FEMA did.
John Kovalic has links to some disturbing Katrina-related news items on his blog.
Lots of stuff on Katrina at crabwalk.
Interesting article about Costco from the New York Times.
I just love this headline from SPACE.com. Because you *know* someone thinks it will.
David Pogue’s blog-like page at the New York Times. He’s one of my favorite tech writers.
I definitely know a few people who are suffereing from election dejection. Besides this NY Daily News article, there was a piece on NPR last week, plus today’s Opus comic touched on this subject too. I like Opus’ solution: peaches! (I’d link to the strip, but it appears that the Opus strip is not available online. Strange.) Most of the people with this problem are too young to remember Reagan.
Josh Benton is blogging from Zambia. Some interesting stuff, and a bunch of fairly mundane (but still kind of interesting) stuff.
Wow. I was just looking through the space.com archive of stories about the Columbia mission, pre-disaster. It’s really bittersweet to read about all the stuff they did during the course of their mission. It looks like they had a really busy schedule. There’s even a mention of the anniversary of the Challenger disaster.