Apr 20, 2012
…in the end, they are only cats but cats to talk to just the same before in their own weaving and wending,
In 1950, less than 10 percent of American households contained only one person. By 2010, nearly 27 percent of households had just one person. Solitary living does not guarantee a life of unhappiness, of course.
Of course it doesn’t but an interesting metric never the less. The whole article is filled with good metrics. Must read of the week.
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich.—On a gray stretch of highway 25 miles northwest of Detroit, in a strip mall next to an OfficeMax and a dry cleaners, sits the only stand-alone BlackBerry retail store in North America.
Just read the article and check out the photo. Don’t watch the video the guys are dicks. “Even in Farmington Hills there’s lot’s of competition”. Like there isn’t money in Oakland county. Assholes.
The Innovator’s Patent Agreement is a nice sentiment, but the loophole potential is simply too great, and it doesn’t (and can’t) address the fundamental problems and dysfunction in the patent system.
Good look into Twitter’s Innovator’s Patent Agreement. I should patent ‘Friday Links’ and grant everybody goodwill to do their own Friday Links posts even though I stole the idea from somebody else.
Netflix has really made friends lists on consoles a boring place to visit. Oh, hey, great, a list of people streaming movies. Useful.
Agreed…fully… especially since everybody has changed their privacy settings to no longer show what they are watching.
In this millennium, however, it’s a whole new bald game. Head shaving has gone prime time. And not a moment too soon for guys like me, who would never have had the guts to take such a drastic measure if so many men hadn’t acted so bravely to make an odd look so mysteriously hip.
The one thing they don’t mention is the economics of cutting ones own hair. The article talks about the “bic” domes (full razor shave) but most people I think just buzz their hair down #1 and reap the benefits of saving hundreds of dollars a year in haircuts.I’m fairly certain it was Stephen Richards from Taproot that got me into doing the buzz cut for a decade.
Children burned roughly twice as many calories playing Tekken 3 as they did sitting in one place, which translates to an extra 40 to 80 calories burned every hour. In other words, this traditional, “passive” video game was itself providing children with a form of exercise.
The game went live yesterday, and over 100,000 players downloaded it and began posting their scores to the leaderboards. Because of the onslaught of new users, servers went down and resulted in error messages when leaderboards were accessed.
Good stuff. Looks like vanberge wasn’t alone having Trials Evolution issues. This should be fixed and everybody should pick up the game. Well worth a measly $15 bucks. Skip a fat burger lunch and get some Trials instead. Better for the ticker…but barely.