on NetNeutrality

Funny, although I’m not sure the analogy makes sense (then again, I’m not sure any of the Ninja stuff makes sense. But it’s funny.) Via OpenLeft, where there is very nice article by the guy behind to go with the video clip. PS, yeah I know too much YouTube lately, not nearly enough writing.… Continue reading on NetNeutrality

California == France?

Go have a look. US States Renamed For Countries With Similar GDPs Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a convenient way of measuring and comparing the size of national economies. Annual GDP represents the market value of all goods and services produced within a country in a year. Put differently: GDP = consumption + investment +… Continue reading California == France?

“The Redistricting Game” and a few minor round-up items.

No, not metaphorical … this time it’s literal, via Slashdot: An anonymous reader writes “This is a cool redistricting game that was launched out of the capitol building in Washington DC last week. It was created by the USC Game Innovation Lab and has been getting lots of press. It’s about time someone took on… Continue reading “The Redistricting Game” and a few minor round-up items.

Worst recipe ever

At lunch today, we were discussing food items abd I came up with an outline for what is to my own taste the grossest recipe ever, and yet something that many people would happily eat. As such, without further ado: Shellfish salad (mayonaise-based) with eggplant and mushroom If you really want to gross me out,… Continue reading Worst recipe ever

Grab Bag update.

First, saw Clerks 2 tonight. Best movie… ev… well, not quite, but certainly best comedy in quite a while and a truly fitting finale to the New Jersey saga. Second, file under unclassifiable 100 Reasons Why I Hate My Husband; sad, but very funny. Lastly, via RASSF, on MSNBC we get: Outer-space sex carries complications… Continue reading Grab Bag update.

Colors to do personality profiling?

I ran into this a while ago, but I think it was before I was blogging. I was recently reminded by a friend of it, and thought it worth a mention. There is an explanation at the overlying site, but the fun part is to simply go to the Colorgenics profiler itself and give it… Continue reading Colors to do personality profiling?