I see the folks on the trendy side of the Internet once again consider me Gawkable (must be the three pounds I lost, thanks for noticing!). It’s not much of a post. This is it in its entirety, referring to my questions for Snowden, below: “National Review writer Daniel Foster thinks that assassinating Edward Snowden would be hilarious. Show More Summary
Before kids my husband Henry and I decided to walk on the wild side one night when we accepted an invitation from friends to attend a BDSM (Bondage, Dominance, Sadism, Masochism) Valentine's Day party hosted by the ever discreet and refined Mike Boner.
As part of my ongoing coverage of the Collaborative Economy (read all the posts) it’s important we explore all facets of this disruptive trend to corporations not just upsides, but the downsides. I also see that marketplace friction is a sign of disruption as power changes hands, which should make the seasoned web strategist [...]
Okay guys, If you’ve been sitting on your patukuses waiting to start that side hustle of yours, now’s your chance to get on it! My friends at Deals2Buy.com and I are partnering up to give one of you lucky s.o.b.s $750 worth of whatever it is you need to get that hustle of yours launched and out the door. And if you’re already rockin’ one, we’ll [...]
Keep an eye on your 3DS. Looks like that update might be slowly making its way around the world. My 3DS is right at my side, eagerly awaiting its update...and whatever that update brings! Thanks to Emily for the heads up! link
On August 27th, Puscifer (the side project from Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan) will be releasing All Re-Mixed Up, a remix album of tracks from the Conditions Of My Parole album (review), which came out in 2011. Now fans can get the opportunity to listen to samples of the entire album via Amazon. Simply click... Read More
Let’s get one thing clear from the start: I love nurses. My grandmother was a nurse’s aide. My aunt is a nurse. My mother is a nurse. Nurses have been by my side for the most frightening and important experiences in my life (in the hospital and out). However, I’m not a nurse. I’m a [...]
Daniel J. Mitchell I’m not reluctant to criticize my friends at the Heritage Foundation. In some cases, it is good-natured ribbing because of the Cato-Heritage softball rivalry, but there are also real policy disagreements. For instance,...Show More Summary
LEGO App4+ is essentially a side scrolling, coin collecting platformer. The idea is that you can build your own LEGO vehicle and drive it. I loved the game, and my children’s incessant nagging to play it again and again says it all, really. LEGO App4+ is a kids game through and through, but one that’s truly developed and produced with the child in mind.
Louie was a wonderful companion, a true friend who stayed by my side for 12 years after that day, playing ball and Frisbee and bringing strangers into our circle, who remain my friends today.
By Frank Moraes I came upon two excellent articles yesterday that attack supply side economic dogma. But before I get to that, I want to run through a small thought experiment using my friend Will. He has built a company from the ground up, Dirt Cheap Computers. Show More Summary
Hard to tell the difference, but this Luke Russert interview is just a parody. In my previous Al Jazeera English column, “'Scandal' and the Politics of Definition”, which I excerpted at Crooks & Liars here, I argued that scandal narratives...Show More Summary
“I have higher education on my side, you just have your sites!” was basically the summary of UK professor Bill Cooke’s blog post about higher-educator rating websites like Rate My Professor and it’s British knock-off Rate My Lecturer. Having apparently just learned that such websites exist, Professor Bill Cooke took to his own corner of [...]Show More Summary
This will be my last week using the new Chromebook Pixel, at least here on Massively. I will continue to look at its techier side of things on my personal blog, just as I did with the original Chromebook All-In-One project. The shorter...Show More Summary
Post by Kiri Blakeley When I was a kid, I used to say kinda creepy kid stuff to my great-grandmother like, "Ma, would you stand at the edge of a cliff and let someone shoot you with an arrow over the side to save my life?" and she'dShow More Summary
"... and those for whom being a homemaker and childrearer is not enough — and not only that, but believe it should not be enough for most women. This is the enlightened, productive side of what are commonly called the Mommy Wars. My question... Show More Summary
Nancy Pelosi calling late term abortion “sacred space” fits right into my bi-weekly First Things column, in which I point out that Roe v Wade could well be overturned from the pro abortion side to preclude any regulation at all. I came to this insight listening to a panel of pro life lawyers discuss the [...]
I have to start this post by going over an email exchange I recently had with a reader. I think it was quite enlightening on both sides from various reasons. He sent me a message asking if there was still spots available in the workshop Tami, Mindi and I are teaching in Birmingham, Alabama in July. Show More Summary
“From the other side of the aisle I hear the conversation being about ‘free this is free, we need to take it and it’s free and we need to do it now’ and that’s sort of the fundamental message that my brain receives. Now, my brain being a man’s brain sort of thinks differently, because [...]
After I released a mid-tournament updated forecast for the French Open last week, Matt Zemek had a mild criticism of my giving Nicolas Almagro higher odds of advancement than Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. This led to an interesting side conversation: @mzemek @AdjBaseline Answer to both: clay-specific rankings. Show More Summary