Well, the St Louis Cardinals kicked the Detroit Tigers in the ass, and won the 2006 World Series. That’s it for baseball this year. See you again in April.
I was just tripping out on KFOG 10@10, trying to find the list of songs for tonight, and damn if they don’t have an RSS 2.0 feed. Man. Is that cool or what! Today they played ten great songs from 1968, which was a big year for me — I was 13. Wow.
They chose a Jimi Hendrix song as the best song for 1968, I would have picked the Simon & Garfunkel song, America, if only because it’s such a great road trip song, and it brings back so many great memories. I’m sure everyone else put that song on their favorite tunes for long driving trips cassette tape.
NY Times: “If the last month has taught us anything about the Republican Party, it is that homophobia is campaign strategy, not conviction.”
TechCrunch compares traffic for Rocketboom & Ze Frank.
And so does Heather Green at BusinessWeek.
HDWorld, Nov 29-30, New York.
Tim Berners-Lee: “Making standards is hard work.”
Darren Barefoot has an apparently scandalous example of a company (one that lots of people respect) playing a nasty game of “we own your ass.”
A bunch of people say that this Mac update may fix the random shutdown problems. I have installed it on my MacBook, of course, but I had already had my computer repaired. Apple hasn’t said anything that this relates this fix to the problems widely reported on the net. If it does fix the problem, Apple still gets an failing grade for communication with customers. Sending other people out to speak on your behalf is very Republican.