You got to wonder if any of the matches in the England vs. Sri Lanka tour are going to be completed as the warm up match goes the way of the one dayers.
Monoman tells us that Bluejacking hype is nonsense… He suggests Bluepixing (his term) instead:
Basically, the idea is to take a photo of someone without them knowing, then send them the image of themselves via Bluetooth. . . I managed to take and send a photo this morning without being rumbled and the look on the person’s face was priceless.
Now that is class
…by the time they were your age. Now that is depressing.
Many a broken dream at dumbwarnings.com.
International Buy Nothing Day is November 28th. It’s quite simple. If at all possible, don’t buy anything, all day. Visit Adbusters for more info.
Bookfinder.com has produced a report into the top out of print book searches… Read the press release (with overall top 10) or have a look at the full report. As they themselves say, this is driven purely by public interest, not marketing hype, so it actually says quite a lot about the books being searched for.
Interesting that Curse of Lono by Hunter S Thompson is there at number 4. I keep idly searching for that on ebay myself, but just can’t quite bring myself to spend the ï¿½60 that the book seems to fetch. Given the recent outpourings from the Good Doctor I’m guessing they would have reprinted it by now if it was any good – they seem to be willing to print his notes to the milkman at the moment.
RIAA seek permanent antitrust exemption (and look likely to get it).
Loosely following the Japanese theme (and I mean loosely) “erotic” origami (although how one can describe it as erotic, I don’t actually know… Unless of course you’ve got a thing for paper genitalia)