Saturday, November 11, 2006
The 2+2 Forums: The official Borat Movie Thread
TV Guide Community: The Best of YouTube: For Make Benefit Glorious Movie of Borat
The Movie Spoiler
Kids-In-Mind: Movie Ratings That Actually Work
HUH? WHAT IS THIS?
We enable adults to determine whether a movie is appropriate for them or their children, according to their own criteria. Unlike the MPAA we do not assign an inscrutable rating based on age, but 3 objective ratings for SEX/NUDITY, VIOLENCE/GORE & PROFANITY on a scale of 0 to 10. We also explain in detail why a film rates high or low in a specific category, and we include instances of SUBSTANCE USE, a list of DISCUSSION TOPICS that may elicit questions from kids and MESSAGES the film conveys. Again, unlike the MPAA, we do not make age-specific recommendations. Since our system is based on objective standards, not the viewer's age or the artistic merits of a film, we enable adults to determine whether a movie is appropriate for their children according to their own criteria...
India, My India
Lulu Loves London
Lulu Loves Manhattan
Slice: Deep-Fried Pizza
‘Brooklyn Style Pizza’ Meets the Real Deal - New York Times
Highway 1 - Los Angeles Times (Dan Neil's car reviews)
My daily life in Japan
Hello and wellcome to my blog !!I'm just a blog beggier and I'm studying English.(If my English is wrong,please let me know !) Please drop by and enjoy here !!Sometimes OZZAPA comes in my blog.
Words of wisdom
The Pursuit of Happyness - 'Pursue It' The Ultimate Internship Contest
Search Marketing Gurus | Search Marketing Tips, Advice, Strategies & Tactics From Internet Marketing Professionals
Deadline Hollywood Daily
Borat Rules - Your Source for Borat Videos, News and Information
Season Shot - Ammo with flavor.
Mergers, Acquisitions, Venture Capital, Hedge Funds - Andrew Ross Sorkin - DealBook - New York Times
Friday, November 10, 2006
The Shopping Sherpa
The Hill - The Newspaper for and about the U.S. Congress
ZDNet: The pros and cons of temporary phone number services
But now, thanks to a new breed of services that usually have some sort of Web site at their heart, you can get phone numbers that last for only as long as you want them to. These temporary numbers can literally be turned on and off in a heartbeat, at your whim. So why bother?http://blogs.zdnet.com/BTL/?p=3892&page=1
- TalkTrust: http://www.talktrust.com/
- Jaduka’s MyPrivateLine: http://www.jaduka.com/myprivateline.php
- Tossable Digits: http://tossabledigits.com/
- Safe Talk (UK-based): http://www.safe-talk.co.uk/
- Jangl: http://www.jangl.com/home/
- PrivatePhone: http://www.privatephone.com/
- Spoken Buzz: http://spokenbuzz.com/dtd/
- Grand Central: http://www.grandcentral.com/
- My Ad Box: http://www.myadbox.com/
- Access Line: http://www.accessline.com/ (more of a business grade service)
Thursday, November 09, 2006
Mad Science Group - Sparking Imaginative Learning
Medill - On the Docket
Supreme Court news from Yahoo! News
The Oyez Supreme Court Podcast
Supreme Court of the United States
The Court's current Courtroom reporter, Alderson Reporting Company, provides transcripts of oral arguments that are posted on this Web site on the same day an argument is heard by the Court. Same-day transcripts are considered official but subject to final review.
Merit briefs may be accessed either by case name—all current term cases are listed below alphabetically—or argument date (select a month and hit "Go").
Wednesday, November 08, 2006
MyDD :: Direct Democracy for People-Powered Politics
The BRAD BLOG
- Ring of Fire w/ RFK Jr. on Air America
The Public Radio Exchange
The Public Radio Exchange is a nonprofit service for distribution, peer review, and licensing of radio pieces
The Allen Report - TIME
Today's Front Pages
Video @ Blogcritics.org
Tuesday, November 07, 2006
New York Magazine - Real Estate Archive
Monday, November 06, 2006
Scamp - A cheeky look at the London advertising scene
I am a copywriter at an ad agency in London. 38 years old, sadly I still wear 'ironic' T-shirts. The views expressed here are not those of the agency I work for.http://scampblog.blogspot.com/
Welcome to Randomization.com!!!
(where it's never the same thing twice)
The first (and original) generator randomizes each subject to a single treatment by using the method of randomly permuted blocks.
The second generator creates random permutations of treatments for situations where subjects are to receive all of the treatments in random order.
The third generator generates a random permutation of integers. This is particularly useful for selecting a sample without replacement.
Mad In The Middle
POLITICS OF THE MODERATE AND OTHER FICTIONAL TIDBITS