I can’t be sure, but I think the density of the f-word reaches the...– Roger Ebert, in his review of Hot Tub Time Machine
The world and series had its roots in a role-playing game that I ran for a group...– Interview with George R.R. Martin on the Wild Cards book/comics series.
They sent the wrong one.
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Gruber is on about RSS again today. Full feeds vs. excerpts. It’s a “controversy” I haven’t formed a full opinion on, if for no other reason than the fact that RSS still feels like a bridge technology to me. Even though I’ve used it for years, enjoy the convinced offered by feeds, and have a couple of “favorite” feed readers, I’ve never LIKED the...
Twiagnostics: Do You Have A Social Media Disorder? →
A panel of top experts in the field of psychology is currently assembling the fifth edition of The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, which will be known to medical professionals and crime fiction writers with a taste for the macabre as the DSM-V. In the spirit of science, we offer the following five personality disorders encountered in the real time web, known colloquially as...
Google Responds To Privacy Concerns With... →
Oh, Onion. I <3 you. Added Schmidt, “Whether you’re Michael Paulson who lives at 3425 Longview Terrace and makes $86,400 a year, or Jessica Goldblatt from Lynnwood, WA, who already has well-established trust issues, we at Google would just like to say how very, truly sorry we are.”