Librarian asks why I even bothered with Cuil, when Google is so splendid. He’s right: this is the electronic world, and either service is equally close or handy or convenient. What matters is simply which one works best, and the vote here has to go to Google, because, as I found, Cuil doesn’t even work. … Continue reading Google and its products
The local trees, a few of them at any rate, like the buckeyes, which get leaves first and drop them first, are starting to change color a little bit. They are turning a paler green, in preparation for the yellows to come next month. There is definitely not the uniform lushness of deep green that … Continue reading The August change
@PaulWalsh I thought the long tail belonged to a cat… # does anyone here use scribefire? # Powered by Twitter Tools.
Or, why you should be careful what you wear, and the mystery of how murderous thugs become fashion statements. Commentary: T-shirt depicts ‘pathetic and brutal legacy’ – CNN.com How Che became such a revered superhero of the hard-core left is laughable. First of all, he wasn’t even a good revolutionary. He failed in his attempt … Continue reading More food for thought