A new Trade Secrets with Adam. It's funky!
A puzzle in a billboard in downtown Seattle. "First 10-digit prime found in consecutive digits of e."
Today's movie: Puget Sound at sunset, a train, the Space Needle.
Today would have been my uncle's 59th birthday. A little over a year after his death, I miss him as much as the day he died. Some hurts don't go away, or even fade away. I hesitated to mention his birthday here, but then realized that was wrong. Hey Ken, happy birthday.
Geek News: "I predict within 90 days we will see a commercial product launched that has all of the tools built in and makes it simple for the average Joe to begin Podcasting."
NBC4: "'Podcasting' is a term that is probably unfamiliar to most people, but it represents a real potential change in the radio landscape."
Trade Secrets: What is Podcasting?
Rebecca MacKinnon will lead the discussion for and about Newbies.
Boston Globe: "In a refreshing change of pace, this week's anti-Bush documentary, 'Bush's Brain,' is not really about George W Bush at all. It's about his senior political adviser, Karl Rove, who, the movie would have you believe, is Waylon Flowers to Bush's Madame."
Halley's Comment: "Abe Lincoln debating Alfred E Newman..."
Scott Rosenberg: "Kerry stuck to the rules and confined his responses to the allotted time, those dumb lights only ended up emphasizing the multiple occasions on which George Bush ran out of things to say before his lights had flashed."
The Nation: "Bush only arrived with 30 minutes of material for a 90 minute debate. And he had a very hard time stretching."
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