Some interesting things set my mind to thinking this evening.
Google's new desktop allows searching from anywhere after you let Google store your indexed info on their computers. Someone at the NSA is smiling thinking of all the work they can now off-load from the mainframes. Think we'll see a Google dividend as a tax break? Who needs privacy when you can search your data from anywhere.
Wondering what the hottest selling item will be for Christmas 2008? It'll be digital televisions as the President signed into law a deadline of Feb 17, 2009 for stopping all analog broadcast signals. Nice that the deadline falls after the Superbowl.
Uh Oh. Looks like Scooter Libby wants to blame his former boss, the VP, for the CIA leak, saying he was under orders. This will be fun to watch as a spectator sport. I wonder how long it will take for all those who proclaimed how great a guy Scooter was when the crap hit the fan last year will now jump on the Smear Scooter bus.
More spectator sport looks to be around the corner as former FEMA chief Michael Brown says he's ready to reveal all, unless the White House forbids it and is willing to provide for his defense.