My good friend Tim was just denied entry into the United States Coast Guard… because he is lactose intollerant!
MSNBC ignores two-plus years worth of outraegous liberal bias by The New York times, but the second the Grey Lady admits wrongdoing in a positive story on Iraq, America’s lowest-rated cable channel is all over it.
Stopdesign– one of the two original inspirations for my argous transition into standards-compliant design practices- has scrapped their world-famous design in favor of a clear, leaner, whiter look. Bowman’s new look is shocking, especially for him. While it may seem confusing for one of the early inventers of the rich, stylized capabilities of CSS to […]
Commencement speech given by Jon Stewart at William & Mary College.
This is interesting, if New-York-centric. (It is in The New Yorker, but still, there are blogs outside of New York…)
If you care even in the slightest for either sports and/or magazine writing, you should be reading ESPN’s Bill Simmons now more than ever. After a couple shaky months (a career so prolific, yet so organic, creates natural ups and downs), Simmons has been on fire lately, with two excellent mailbag columns and two other […]
Billy Bragg’s “”Must I Paint You A Picture“” (from Walking & Talking) is one of the best movie-ending-soundtrack-songs ever.
The Bangor Lumberjacks game Monday night was depressing, to say the least. Only about 75 people were on hand on a beautiful, long early summer evening, leaving the stadium that holds 3,000 looking suprisingly vacant. There was no vibe whatsoever, thanks to a stadium experience lacking both video replay and the crowd noises most people […]
Nevermind the instantly boring campaign 2004, a race that ended in mid-April around the same time as Saddam Hussein’s rule. (Sorry, Deano, you won’t even get a chance to be the next Nader!) With campaign 2004’s long, weaving season out of the way, thanks to the military we embedded with those reporters in Iraq, it’s […]
In a few short weeks, our baby, who is not even born, will own more things than we do. He’s already well on his way. After a suprise baby shower in Connecticut this weekend and several scattered items besides, we’re grateful that his room is filling up fast with gifts from people who have never […]