söndag 27 september 2009

Life On the Wicked Stage: Act 2: Sunday Morning Reading

Stumbled upon this through Twitter. There is some "Scary Stuff" happening on the globe to people with and opinion.

Life On the Wicked Stage: Act 2: Sunday Morning Reading: "Sunday Morning Reading by Warner Crocker.

Some Sunday morning reading to share.

  • A Kansas Supreme Court may have just thrown foreclosure out as a legal tool. This could get very interesting and I’m sure it won’t hold up.

  • A Census worker is found hanged with the word “fed” written on his chest in Kentucky. Scary stuff.

  • The Washington Post gives its employees new guidelines for social networking that essentially says don’t show that you have an opinion. The need to keep pretending that impartiality exists.

  • Time Warner is thinking of selling its magazine business.

  • Nancy Nally of Web Worker Daily challenges the assumption that extra batteries really come in handy.

  • The Birthers are now running Infomercials. These guys know when a money is to be made out of nothing.

  • Looks like there is going to be a resurgence of George S. Kaufman plays this season.

  • Ballmer admits Microsoft screwed up Windows Mobile, long after the horses are out of the barn.

"The airlines are adding surcharges for the busiest holiday travel days. No surprise there. Here’s the question, does this mean they are going to improve their service on those days? Guess again," Mr. Warner Crocker writes.

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