November 30, 2005

The gay experiment that started AIDS in America
There is no doubt that AIDS erupted in the U.S. shortly after government-sponsored hepatitis B vaccine experiments (1978-1981) using gay men as guinea pigs.

November 22, 2005

Headliner: Mayor Dalvi is pissed off
Mumbai's mayor desperately wants his needs to be attended to. He and his staff have been unable to use the loo in their office at the BMC headquarters, CST, for six months.


CNN 'X's Cheney?
According to a very indignant Drudge Report, CNN repeatedly flashed a large “X” over Vice-President Cheney’s face during a live speech.

November 21, 2005
Digg, slashdot, and -- this is a constant browsing cycle
The 7 deadly sins of blogging
'A rather strong title, but I want to share what I think are the seven worst things a blogger can do based on my personal experience.'

The time has come?
Dowbrigade News wants America to wake up.

November 16, 2005

Watch A Sketch
Watch this sketch materialize before your very eyes, starting with the skeleton. If you're impatient, click the x16 button to speed things up.

Sory Electronics
Will Sony make amends for infecting your computers?
I don't like emails: Sir Bob
Live8 organiser has revealed his contempt for e-mails, blaming them for tying up people's time and stopping genuine action.
The breakfast business
At a technology company you might think no one's around for a morning meal, but that's not so at Mountain View.
Most relevant media trends for newspapers
PR Week lists its picks for the 10 most important media trends. Nothing is new or shocking, but the list reinforces many of the predictions that have been being made for some time.

Killer mouse
There is every chance that anyone seeing this baby on your desk would call the cops