Are you going to SXSW this year? Make sure you join us at Anil Dash’s kickball game on Saturday, March 9. I’m now taking bribes to get me on the wining team. More activities and conversation are being planned at SXSWblog.com.
I can’t wait to try out this new form of pool called SpeedPool2, where two players play a game of pool simultaneously.
Mr. Cheney, if you and the Bush administration have nothing to hide regarding the Enron debacle and energy compnanies’ dealings with the White House, then why are you acting like you’ve got something to hide? Come on, if you and your buddies are innocent, then prove it. Let investigators and journalists know who the government met with last year and let the people decide for themselves. Do you really think that people are going to just believe what you tell them?
MsGeek: Is Verisign using questionable tactics? Of course they are. They definitely need to be “bitch-slapped by the Department of Commerce.” When a company with a monopoly becomes incompetent, they do anything they can to retain the customers they have, and that includes anti-competitive business practices that makes it near impossible for their competition to do business.
Take a look at this old advertisement for an orange soda called Green Spot. Very Freudian. Now take a look at this ad I saw on Yahoo Mail. It looks like the art of subliminal advertising is alive and well.
So, if you’re in Tokyo and you need to know where there is a clean public toilet you can use, look no further.
Posted by Cameron Barrett at January 27, 2002 10:50 PM