Thanks, Jsmooth. The downward spiral of the little hater What does your little hater sound like? What do you do to make it stop?
I sent this in to the Ze Frank project but I’m posting it here too. ‘Cause I can. And because I do love you, 48. Each and every one of you. Just as you are.
Munira Shahamorad was 20 years old and dressed head to toe in all-concealing black robes when she showed up at the gates of the U.S. Marine base in Fallujah, Iraq, looking for a job. She was desperate to escape her … Continue reading
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In Harvard Square, bustling from one thing to another, I hear a busker in Newtowne Market Park singing Neil Young’s Harvest Moon. I wandered over to the grass and listened. Every song he sang, I knew the words to it. … Continue reading
She doesn’t just play one on TV! Or so says Scandalist in Hollywood’s 15 Hottest Celesbians (second from bottom). There’s a few other surprises in the list as well. Natalie Portman? Scarlett Johannson? And I’d never really heard it said … Continue reading
Enlightening beings are like lotus flowers, With roots of kindness, stems of peace, Petals of wisdom, Fragrance of conduct. Enlightening beings turn the wheel of teaching Just like what the buddhas turn; Conduct is its hub, concentration the spokes; Knowledge … Continue reading
I love me some lighthearted geeks. The Intarwebs used to be full of them. Oh, wait, it still is. I like living near such a large concentration of them in meatspace too. These are from the MIT Do Not Hack.
Looky lou, it’s the biography of everyone who ever appeared on the cover of Wired or INC! I’m the greatest programmer the world has known, and it’s time you all learn this truth. Learn it so completely you are forced … Continue reading
According to the article in this week’s Boston Phoenix, some Steampunk’rs see us as already living in the dystopian future of the science fiction novels and movies that inspire their aesthetic. You know, a dystopian future where the cost of … Continue reading
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