Did you know that there’s a new Blackberry Pearl out? It’s sort of like the older version, except that its in white – the color of course. Since only 10 percent of cell phone users in the U.S. use the smart phone, it makes sense to appeal to the ordinary mobile user. That’s why Blackberry […]
I don’t know French. But I like to think I know good music. Which is why I’m still stoked on frenchie music site La Blogotheque and their Les Concerts a Emporter series (that’s Take-Away Shows to you freedom fry-loving folks). The fact that a hunk of you won’t be able to read their editorial coverage […]
The launch of news site Daylife almost two weeks ago was met by a flurry of feedback from thoughtful types across the web. So what happened? Bloggers alternately fawned over Daylife’s “engagingly pretty” interface and decried its lack of interactivity. TechCrunch’s Michael Arrington, a Daylife investor, was disappointed at the absence of commenting and RSS […]
Breaking news today: American congress just passed unanimously the 28th constitutional amendment: people whose IQ is below 80 cannot be the presidential candidate. When asked by journalists if such kind of amendment is discriminative or whether IQ test is even scientific, one senator shook his head, saying:”Sorry, we just cannot afford it”.
I don’t know who you are. But I know you will be interested in the stories I am going to share with you. And I know you have the same beautiful stories you can share with others. Because we are all spirits in this world. These stories happened all on a greyhound bus. There is […]
Democratic Senator Barack Obama announced today that he is filing the papers to form his presidential exploratory committee. The move brings Obama a step closer to a run in the 2008 election. In a YouTube video e-mailed to supporters and featured on his website, Obama said Running for the presidency is a profound decision – […]