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Daily Archives: 07 April 7, 2008
SAN FRANCISCO â€” They work long hours, often to exhaustion. Many are paid by the piece â€” not garments, but blog posts. This is the digital-era sweatshop. You may know it by a different name: home. A growing work force … Continue reading
Every Monday morning I always make room in my schedule to read my favorite column, Monday Morning Quarterback by Sports Illustrated’s Peter King.Â Many of you non-football people may be wondering why there is a weekly football column when the … Continue reading
Tis the season to grill, but it is always the season to eat cheap noodles. So, I have devised a frugal recipe for your grilling pleasure. Introducing: Grilled Ramen. Link
The Stories Behind 10 Famous Product Placements There are several good stories here.Â I remember the Seinfeld and Junior Mints episode and always wondered how Junior Mints were chosen. Link
Taken from three posts from the same author: Am I the only one who sees the hidden 666 in this logo? The circle is the circle part of the 6 and each red line is the stem part of the … Continue reading
At 30 meters he is able to split a thread and a soybean.Â He does some other stuff, but that thread splitting sure was interesting.