The “Blog” of “Unnecessary” Quotation Marks →
Gmail Gloats About its Superior Spam Protection →
As it should.
Let us get drunk and meditate / Here is your Zen... →
And now, a swell kicker: Zen is also the name of a new booze product, a liqueur, something allegedly flavored to taste like green tea and ready to mix with your fave vodka or sake or whatever the hell you can think of because nothing says “deeply calming ancient spiritual practice” like, you know, knocking back shots of artificially sweetened moss-green liquid containing 20 percent...
Getting Things Done Guru David Allen and His Cult... →
David Allen was apparently a a) cuckoo crackhead … soon Allen was using heroin, too. He left his marriage, abandoned his academic training, and eventually found himself out on the street, practically penniless, “crucified psychically,” as he would later put it, “absolutely at the bottom physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.” Worried about the radical...
It’s always fantastic when you’re able to tap into a new sound that’s both...– Stigmata’s Silent Chaos Serpentine reviewed by International metal magazine, The Metal Forge
Question of the week
Q: What do you get when you cross an insomniac, an agnostic, and a dyslexic?
A: Someone who can't get to sleep while pondering the existence of "Dog."
via If I Weren't an Atheist I'd Think Richard Dawkins Was God (www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2212430722)
Facebook Friending Etiquette 101 →
Tip #1: Never solicit a friend that you do not know in the real world without writing a personal note. I’m not shy about denying friend requests. In fact I ignore friend requests at the rate of a handful a week. I have occasionally added a few people I didn’t know in real life simply because they took the time to write a note that said why they wanted to make contact - it could be...