A fascinating anecdote illustrating the power and resourcefulness of small business owners.
This is so overwhelmingly stupid, so intellectually lazy, yet so brazenly self-confident, you really have to wonder how far off the deep end NPR has gone in recent years.
Woot.com is a new discount electronics store which sells one item per day.
Blogger is now offering Gmail accounts to “active users” — (apparently I am one). And, they’re rocking an all-new rich text editor, with standards compliant HTML underneath. Wow!
“My Life” has slipped from the top spot on Amazon.com for the first time in weeks. And Drudge is reporting that the book – which will presumably claim the top spot at the NY Times Bestseller list again the week – moved around 85,000 this week, down from over 100,000 last.
Life is often a terribly, terribly unfair place to be.
After months of waiting, I’m finally able to announce that I’ve co-written a book:
Pre-order it, read all about it, and keep up to date with the Book Blog, all over at moorelies.com/book.
Thanks to all whose support made the book possible- Judith Regan, Bridie, Jim, Ellen, everbody else at ReganBooks, Jim & Lee at Moorewatch.com, Mike Wilson, and of course the family.
“When the Lord calls me home, whenever that may be, I will leave with the greatest love for this country of ours and eternal optimism for its future…
I know that for America, there will always be a bright dawn ahead.”