Some Sunday morning reading to share.
Marcel Marceau has died. R.I.P. Instead of a moment of silence, perhaps we should have a moment of talking.
Hugh MacLeod's Thoughts on Microsoft. Hope the right people are paying attention. But it is tough to see the Vista through small Windows in a bunker.
The lead paint in toys made in China fiasco just keeps getting weirder and weirder. This week Mattel apologize to China (and everyone else.) Who's got who by the short hairs here?
And now we hear that the Friends of Mel Foundation (they fight cancer) has had to recall 200,000 bracelets because they were contaminated with lead.
I'm still puzzled about the missing Nuke story and how we flew them across the country. The official explanations all seem too tidy.
Tim Cope rides horseback across Asia following the path of Genghis Khan. I wish I had done something like that. Amazing.
Dave Winer continues on the monkey theme.
Marc Orchant expounds on his platform agnosticism.