Tuesday, August 23, 2005


Is this what they mean by thinking outside the box?

Sunday, August 21, 2005


Got a minute? Vote for an Austin Musician

I have to confess that I've listened to about 50 of the contestants, and not surprisingly, this one from Austin is hands down the best:

Siobhan M. Kelly

Voting may get you karma points because I can't rule out the possibility that in a past life she was someone eternal.

I plan on returning to planet Earth in time for work on Monday morning.

Update: Send Siobhan some love as she enters the next round. Vote!

Saturday, August 20, 2005


A Podcast that won't disappoint your grey matter

I discovered yesterday that Peter Savich podcasted for a while in March. This was a case of necessity being the mother of invention. Although time demands prevented Peter from blogging, he found that he could use his commute time to do the podcasts. Believe it or not, intelligent people do exist on this planet, and sometimes even ones who are as articulate as Peter, but rarely do they apply their intelligence and eloquence to understanding and describing the times they live in. The reward bestowed upon such a gift is irony fatigue and sure enough, one of Peter's latest blog entries ("Fish on Dry Land") suggests evidence of that. For me, his most recent podcasts are the most interesting, but for whatever reason, the podcasts don't seem to go beyond March.

Update: the post-March podcasts are back up.

Tuesday, August 16, 2005


Alanis Morrissette and the Department of Homeland Security

Tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Alanis Morissette mentioned that she became a U.S. citizen this year. Congratulations, Alanis. Jimmy asked her which side she would fight on if Canada and the U.S. went to war. She said Canada. Fair enough...as long as we don't make her the secretary of Homeland Security because, although I'm not an expert, it seems like entrusting the nation's security to someone with a dual-citizenship wouldn't be prudent.

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