Some Sunday morning reading to share two days before the US election.
Hugh MacLeod on Creating Blue Monsters and purpose ideas. What would a presidential election look like if Hugh was running things?
Raymond J. Learsy on Obama, the Arts and soft power. I hope in my lifetime the arts actually can become a part of the political debate in our country, beyond being a punching bag of those who think the arts have more to do with Madonna than it does with what happens in our soul.
Frank Rich, (not at his best) takes a look at the campaign by using the film Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner as the launching pad.
George Will on A Seismic Election Day. Looking at the numbers from the past and looking ahead to Tuesday.
Roger Ebert on Studs Terkel.
Newsweek looks at how our intelligence agencies are most likely in for a change regardless of the election.
Maureen Dowd thinks McCain is a bigger question mark than Obama is. I disagree.
John McCain does Saturday Night Live and looks like he actually has some fun. Tina Fey looked like she had some fun too. This SNL skit leapt slightly into the surreal with McCain lampooning himself throughout.
The iPhone App Graveyard. A site that lists applications that for one reason or the other Apple has killed for the iPhone.
Cliff Gerrish on identi.ca on the brink. Is it a separate reality?