Quote of the Moment
- My friend Kim sent me a note that
some of these photos
are helping her and her husband (Mots the Giant Swede) convince the INS that theirs is not a 'greencard marriage' (other regular photos from the same time
had been discarded by INS when Kim forgot to include the fee.) Three cheers for cheap digital phtography!
- Dang, what is it with this popup ad? It seems to appear at the most random times. One of the sites I frequent must be putting it on some kind of time delay thing. How very annoying! ("Have fun / Feel safe"... I can think of the type of fun they're really trying to sell.)
Follow-up: this page claims to have a link that lets you disable the ads: http://www.x10.com/x10ads.htm
- I wrote the guy who runs bar.com if he gets tons of mail for "email@example.com"-- ("foo" and "bar" and "foobar"
are special words for the geekily inclined). The owner Mike O'Connor puts it at "about 500 spam-o-grams a day"- I'm almost surprised it's not more. This NY Times article talks about it as well.
The purpose of conversation isn't to demonstrate one's glib intelligence; it's how we stumble and grope our way through the mists and arrive at something like intelligence.
--Garrison Keillor as Mr. Blue on Salon.com... this is actually a profound insight into cognitive science. Actually, this week's column seemed to have more than its fair share of really smart thoughts and well turned phrases.