<br /> If you are in Washingon D.C., get to the Smithsonian’s Air & Space Museum. This exhibit alone is worth the price of admission.
Ben Brooks on complaints that the new MacBook doesn’t have a MacSafe power connector: You’re charging it wrong. … USB-C won’t cause more crashing MacBooks, just as long as you use the MacBook as it is intended: on battery power.
Apparently the Internet needs to be “saved” from the guys who made it cheap, ubiquitous and pretty darn free (free as in free speech, not as in free beer). Who’s doing the saving? The gang that historically has always, every time, without exception made anything and everything it touches more expensive, less reliable and less […]
Very cool. But can he fire a boxing glove arrow? Update: As cool as the trick archery shown is, the narration and history are at best dubious, as shown in critiques from archers Anna Maltese and Geek Dad
From the New York Observer: I’m not going to make a career out of baiting some fucking religious fanatics, you know, by insulting their prophet. I wouldn’t do that. That seems crazy. But then, after they got killed, I just had to draw that cartoon, you know, showing the Prophet. The cartoon I drew shows […]
On a much more romantic angle here’s comic book artist Paolo Rivera’s blog post about his wedding, specifically the “save the date” and invitation cards. Absolutely beautiful and geeky. Congratulations Paolo and April.
In a post in 2008, I made note of how harassment of critics made it necessary for those protesting Scientology to protest as Anonymous, the hacker collective who has chosen their public visage to be a Guy Fawkes mask (as depicted in the comic V for Vendetta). All those reasons increase tenfold when such harassment […]
Imagine the offices of Mad Magazine or The Onion being stormed by gunmen, killing off many of their most biting satirists. This is effectively what happened in France this week, when the popular comedy newspaper, Charlie Hebdo lost many of their top cartoonists, in such an attack. An excellent primer on Charlie Hebdo, and its […]
The ballot initiative to break California into six states brings up the comparison to Lex Luthor’s plot in “Superman: The Motion Picture” at The Absorbascon.
I’ve come across good resources on running meetings. Uncluttered.com: “Organized meetings: agendas and minutes“ Jurassic Parliament’s blog, “Robert’s Rules in Real Life“ A defense of the use of Robert’s Rules of Order, at Green Baggins, “Robert’s Rules of Order-Boring or Helpful?” (also read the first comment.)