Scripting News for 10/6/2006

Major League Baseball supports RSS

Philip Greenspun: “How could two brand-new airplanes with advanced avionics, flown by two professional pilots in each plane, collide at 37,000 feet?” 

I bought some Google ads for the NYTimes and BBC rivers. Surprisingly, they wouldn’t let me use “Blackberry” or “NY Times” because they’re trademarks. I was able to use Treo and Crackberry. Still haven’t found the right formula, so far in three days there have been zero click-throughs.  

Chicago Tribune: “‘It seems to me the situation is simply drifting sideways,’ Warner told reporters after completing his eighth trip to Iraq. “It was a markedly different trip from ones before.'” 

Business 2.0: “Howard Schultz, Steve Case, Vinod Khosla, and other major investors are sharing their best startup ideas. And they’re willing to give a collective $100 Million to the entrepreneurs who can make them happen.” 

LA Times: “You can see ‘Idiocracy’ if you live in Atlanta, but not in New York. In Houston, but not in San Francisco.” 

One response to this post.

  1. Cut and run? It is sureal when Dave Winer, Michael Savage and myself agree on something.


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