Some Super Bowl Sunday morning reading to share.
Microsoft bids for Yahoo. The world goes nuts trying to analyze it. Who knows how it will all shake out. But I bet this story is one that will dominate the headlines for quite some time to come. My bottom line? If Microsoft succeeds in its bid, it has to succeed with whatever its plans are, otherwise... big news turns into big failure.
Jeff Jarvis says The Internet is THE social network. I couldn't agree more. Problem is, no one can make any money that way.
Reports that the Patriots did some taping prior to the 2002 Super Bowl. This coming after the NFL admitted it destroyed the tapes from this year's taping scandal. Congress wants to get involved. Silly.
States Rights? West Virginia wants to teach gun safety in PE class. Mississippi wants to ban the obese from restaurants.
Ann Coulter proves that labels like Republican don't really matter. She says she'd support Hillary over McCain. She's not the only right wing talking head trying to take down McCain. This will be interesting to watch and almost makes me want to see McCain elected.
Al Qaeda is either having trouble recruiting, or is just getting stupid. They are now using the mentally handicapped as suicide bombers. Someone tell me what chapter of the Koran that is in.
On a day about a game with a pigskin, it seems China is dealing with pig-jacking. Yep. Someone is hijacking pigs in China.