… probably, since it went up a day ago and has already garnered over 3.5 million views …. Still. Public Service. It’s What We Do. … well sometimes. It’s an excellent way to spend twenty minutes. And twenty minutes is a lot shorter – and in some ways even funnier – than Mel’s 1 hour … Continue reading “You Didn’t See It Here First …”
like this? John is amazed … … by how many of the techniques described in this short educational video that he knew already – and in fact at one time in his life, had developed a substantial practice of same. Or was that in another life? Didn’t we promise somewhere that we’d never send out … Continue reading “Iron Shirts”
It’s all about the editing … Remember when us chaps were rapping on how a different cut can totally change your view of a movie. Click through … the other chap extended this chap’s thoughts with another cut. ‘Raising the stakes’ as he would have it. Anyway, to remind you of the Norwegian’s Ah Ha … Continue reading “Ah HA! A New Take On Take On Me”
That first parent-child “chat” can be awkward… so many myths and misunderstandings. Fortunately, quantum computing can be explained simply.
This Chap Is Just Experimenting. Oracle and Cisco side with the ‘stop net neutrality team’ … quelle surprise! Supporting an overhaul of net neutrality is less about taking a political stance for Oracle and Cisco and more about boosting the bottom line, experts said. Both companies have major business interests in the telecommunications industry. Read … Continue reading “Net Neutrality”
Oracle and Cisco side with the ‘stop net neutrality team’ … quelle surprise! Supporting an overhaul of net neutrality is less about taking a political stance for Oracle and Cisco and more about boosting the bottom line, experts said. Both companies have major business interests in the telecommunications industry. Read All About It At The …
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…as the epitome of corporate arrogance, disregard of any idea of customer service, and understanding of “optics.” Sure, they’re trying hard to change that image. Meantime, there’s this:
McSweeney’s – and This Chap – notes that … … the residence is rarely occupied, so why not? Indeed. Afterall, it would be one of the less egregious things he’s done From the estimable McSweeney’s Internet Tendency. Description Beautiful colonial home on the Potomac in VERY popular shopping/tourist/rallying district. HUGE yard designed by the late … Continue reading “Whitehouse Listed On AirBNB”
This chap has always argued that context is paramount. Take this for example …. … how much more meaningful the top tweet is in the context of the bottom tweet. Naked Porch agreed.
That’s why I like where I live, and makes me now want to go out and buy a dog.