Via Satan’s Laundromat, which points out the ways and means…Read more "The Hall of Technical Documentation Weirdness"
I had no idea this degree of customization was possible, though it sounds like the technology was supplemented by a significant degree of elbow-grease… The idea surfaced a year ago at a cocktail party: What if you opened your mailbox to find a national magazine with your name on the cover and the headline “They […]Read more "Big-time publishing fun with personalization…"
If you think of Rumsfeld as a character in a Gulf Wars II musical, these are the songs he might sing. The seven songs show the Secretary not only holding forth from his press podium, but in introspective moments as well. We see Rumsfeld being haughty and impatient, but also caught by surprise — even […]Read more "Oh my goodness gracious, what you can buy off the Internet!"
The latest awe-inspiring contribution by Otis Fodder to the cultural commons: Comfort Stand is a not-for-profit internet-only community driven label where all releases are free for download with artwork and liner notes. Having no business model or profit motive we strive to bring you recordings that we find interesting, compelling and downright enjoyable. We are […]Read more "Everybody needs free music…"
Quite a selection, John Negroponte as “Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to Iraq” (and no, I am not making that title up). He made a smashing impression in a previous Ambassador gig: From 1981 to 1985, Negroponte was U.S. ambassador to Honduras, where he helped prosecute the contra war against […]Read more "The loyal opposition, or weenies in full flight"