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April 28, 2004

Army tells ski resorts to give artillery back
"itís a war... their needs are greater than ours"

April 27, 2004

Homeless at NYU
Lives in library, makes the NYT, gets free campus housing.

April 26, 2004

April 22, 2004

The Silmarillion in 1000 words
"ELROND, GALADRIEL: Road trip!"

Giorgio Armani has fake Armani watch
"If you are copied, you are doing the right thing"

Important Safety Bulletin
The Canadian Medical Association has announced a new national symbol for choking

April 21, 2004

How to Eat Sushi
The responsibility for great sushi extends to the customer.

April 20, 2004

Pottern Barn has no "Pottery Barn rule"
Only in national security, not in Pottery Barn, dooes "you break it, you buy it" apply

Furl
See also: Grokking Furl

The Radical
The Boondocks' Aaron McGruder

April 19, 2004

April 18, 2004

Square Meals to Avoid
The Post braves eating in Times Square

Same Night, Same Channel, Same Giant Bummer
Tim Minear talks about Wonderfalls and Firefly

April 17, 2004

Stealing an Election
The risks to electronic voting machine software are even greater than first appears.

April 16, 2004

Norwegian Bluetooth
Ye be talkin' to a parrot, matey

April 15, 2004

April 14, 2004

All Hail Bluetooth
"Hey everyone! I've got the internet in my pants!"

April 13, 2004

April 12, 2004

April 11, 2004

A picture of John Ashcroft
made up of little pictures of porn people

April 10, 2004

April 9, 2004

Gothamist Interviews Clay Shirky
"In 98% of the country, when you say 'Hot dog', they say 'Ketchup.' Here, when you say 'Hot dog', we say 'Papaya.'"

Pocket Full of Dough
Bribing your way into NY's finest restaurants

Trumpeting Mediocrity
Was Wynton Marsalis ever that good?

Subservient Chicken
Quality advertising

Greetings from Wonderfalls
Scripts for unaired episodes

April 8, 2004

Tiger's Game
Poon breaks it down

Just Browsing: When the Cashier Is You
Self-serve grocery shopping

Brooklyn restaurant week
Starting April 15

April 6, 2004

PowerBooks, iBooks falling asleep without warning
I'm down to 50 minutes of battery life

The Buzz in Higher Education
Academia's addiction to caffeine

Tastes great, less chametz
That's right: kosher-for-Passover beer.

April 5, 2004

Lunar base options divide experts
From Earth to the Moon or to Mars?

April 3, 2004

When in chrome
Manhattan's classic diners

For Those Unable to Ask
Why is this blog different from all other blogs?

[strike out]
What Word metadata reveals about Microsoft's own documents

April 2, 2004

April 1, 2004