Thursday, September 11, 2008
The Perry Bible Fellowship
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Freestlye Rap Battle: Translated
Que Sera Sara
I’m a stand-up comic.
I contribute to the 2008 MTV News Choose or Lose campaign. I cover politics and stuff in New York.
I co-host “Get in Bed” on Cosmo Radio, Sirius #111, every weeknight from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET. We talk about doing it! Like, a lot.
I write a political blog for Think.MTV.com. I used to write accounts of my personal intimate physical activities for Nerve.com’s BlogaLog, GPS guides for TravelChannel.com, story ideas for the Onion News Network, and an intro and names of sex positions for Nerve.com’s “Position of the Day, Expert Edition: Sex Every Day in Every Way.”
I also make videos for MTV’s Choose or Lose campaign and you can see them here.
Other things about me are here.http://sarabenincasa.wordpress.com/
You Decide: The YouTube-Palin Showdown!
Governor Sarah Palin Vlog #10: OLBERMANN!
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Sarah Palin Vlog #9: CHURCH!
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Wednesday, September 10, 2008
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McClatchy Washington Bureau | Election 2008
Obama On McCain's Phony Outrage: Enough Is Enough!
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WHAT IS FUZZMAIL? Fuzzmail records the act of writing and lets you send it as an email. Dynamic changes, typoes, pauses and writeovers are captured and communicated. We created fuzzmail because we wanted a more emotionally expressive alternative to email, so that an emailed love letter does not have to look the same as a business letter.
HOW DO I USE IT? Fuzzmail is free! Just start typing a message and fuzzmail will record what you type. When you're done, click "send" to stop recording and send your message. The recipient will get a private web link to read the message replayed in the way that you typed it. A copy of the Fuzzmail you wrote will be sent to you at your email address.
BEFORE I DIE I WANT TO... a polaroid project by nicole kenney and ks rives
Hearing hundreds of different answers to this question from hundreds of different people makes one wonder: What make some people more aware of their own mortality than others? What motivates people to take action in their lives? What values do we hold as a society? And what values do other societies around the world find important?
The Before I die I want to... project was inspired by a combination of factors: (1) the "death" of the Polaroid, (2) a psychologist's tool called safety contracts, and (3) a passion to get people to think about (and act upon) what is really important in their lives through this simple, very straight-forward question.
Tuesday, September 09, 2008
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The 2008 Electopedia Main Index-- New York Magazine
Governor Sarah Palin Vlog #1
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I was previously a constitutional law and civil rights litigator in New York. I am the author of two New York Times Bestselling books: "How Would a Patriot Act?" (May, 2006), a critique of the Bush administration's use of executive power, and "A Tragic Legacy" (June, 2007), which examines the Bush legacy. My most recent book, "Great American Hypocrites", examines the manipulative electoral tactics used by the GOP and propagated by the establishment press.
Tales of the Freewayblogger
Over the last four years I've put over 4,000 signs against the war on the freeways of California and the western United States.
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Botanicalls allows plants to place phone calls for human help. When a plant on the Botanicalls network needs water, it can call a person and ask for exactly what it needs. When people phone the plants, the plants orient callers to their botanical characteristics.
Monday, September 08, 2008
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Jerry Seinfeld Microsoft Commercial with Bill Gates
Microsoft's new Seinfeld and Gates ad is beyond bad | Detroit Free Press
Microsoft's new Seinfeld and Gates ad is beyond bad
The new Microsoft video starring Jerry Seinfeld and Bill Gates is pointless, not funny and so embarrassing that you have to wonder about the future of Microsoft if the people who OK'd this ad are running it.
It's not just me. Almost every critic out there has even harsher things to say about it.
If this is Bill Gates' new retirement career, as a pitchman for Seinfeld, he needs to go back to his old job of making software.
The ad is part of a new $300-million marketing campaign and is meant to be a teaser for a series of commercials and the deployment of a small army of 155 "Microsoft gurus" to retail stores across the country to help people with computer questions.
The ads and the gurus are a Microsoft counter, of course, to Apple's long-standing "I'm a PC, I'm a Mac" commercials and the Apple "geniuses" who help Mac customers at Apple stores.
The whole campaign just reinforces what critics have been saying about Microsoft for over a decade: It seldom comes up with anything truly innovative or original. It just tries to copy the successes of others.
Anyway, the ad teases nothing. Gates is in a shoe store. Seinfeld comes in and helps him buy a pair of shoes, talking like a walkaway from a mental asylum.
Except Gates seems to understand the gibberish.
There's no mention of Windows, Vista, Microsoft Office, the Zune, Windows Mobile or anything remotely connected with technology. The only mention of a computer is when Seinfeld says he wishes they were soft and mushy and could be eaten like chocolate cake or something.
I don't get it. Maybe you do.
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Sunday, September 07, 2008
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Indecision 2008 - Funny coverage of the 2008 election, Daily Show and Colbert Report clips
Practical Traveler - iPhone E-Guides
Clueless in Cleveland? Use Your Thumb
SURE, you can turn your iPhone into a Star Wars-like light saber, a virtual pet or an interactive mug of beer. But did you know that those newfangled applications can also tell you the nearest sushi bar in London, the wait time at La Guardia's security checkpoints or how to say "Where's the toilet?" in Cantonese?
As Apple's iTunes App Store continues to grow with hundreds of titles, the iPhone is proving to be a useful travel tool — and not just for when you're bored on that 18-hour flight to Singapore. The best programs take advantage of the iPhone's location-aware feature, tailoring the information to your whereabouts. Say you land in Baltimore and you have a sudden craving for crab cakes. With a few taps, iPhone apps with names like Yelp, Urbanspoon and iWant can quickly guide you to Faidley Seafood or Obrycki's Crab House. Other apps can point you to the cheapest gas station, book a hotel and even call a cab.
Below are some of the handiest apps for travel. Many are free, though some cost from 99 cents to $24.99.