A Internet Spy Network is stealing government secrets in 103 countries and China is the suspect. Anyone surprised by this? Via the New York Times.
The new Microsoft commercials that smack at Apple’s higher prices are getting the Apple fan’s dander up. Some responses are quite passionate. Maybe, I don’t remember this accurately, but it seems like the reaction is much larger than when the I’m a Mac/PC commercials first debuted.
Twitter fun: Marc Cuban criticizes refs via Twitter and a supposed Palm Pre beta tester tweets the release date.
Last night we had Earth Hour and folks around the globe turned things off. (I didn’t because I couldn’t rehearse in the dark, but, hey.) Rush Limbaugh and his cohorts decided to turn lights on to counter the effort. Amazing. While I’m not saying the Earth Hour move was necessarily anything larger than a big symbol, some of the actions of those seeking an opposite action give the term “childish” a bad rep. Check out this list.
Live productions are now slowly going digital. We’re having requests for this at Wayside Theatre, but the costs are prohibitive at the moment. Michael Parekh has a good post on this .
There’s a Top 10 List for affordable bacon products? Who knew.
Scientists have discovered a new undersea predator from the the age of dinosaurs. Supposedly more vicious than T-Rex.
Liberal Obama critic and Noble Prize winning economist Paul Krugman gets immortalized in song.