On URL shorteners, by Joshua Schachter. The historian in me cries
every time when he sees a shortened link that will certainly outlive
the link site (that is, on Usenet and mailing lists).
Wrong Tomorrow, time vs. pundits. Keep track of predictions of the
future by public figures.
Join Or Die, Justine Lai: “I paint myself having sex with the
Presidents of the United States in chronological order.”
How long’s it been, don’t really know
I was on the move out there on my own
Maybe I was wrong who ever knows
Which bend we take, the lonely road
Love comes once, than it goes
— Dead Moon, Love Comes Once
Any.IO, providing access to Twitter and Identi.ca through DNS and
finger, as well as finger through HTTP.
Faster than a speeding photon
Agnosticism and the theological question through open hypotheses,
“The direct influence that this question has on the course of lives of
a significant part of the world’s population … makes me see
agnosticism as an unacceptable abstention.”
Can we pass a law saying that until you’ve read the Bible, you’re not Christian?
What is the color of the Internet?
Palace of Soviets