Links for May 31, 2007

Bill Dahl has published his entire book online. A Porpoise Diving Life. Rick Warren wrote days 1 thru 40. He’s written days 41-80. His hope is that his readers will write days 81-120.
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It’s not that I hate Facebook, I just hate how people use it. Here is a cool explanation (maybe more in geek terms) on why I think Facebook does have something to offer.
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This looks like it would be a good children’s bible. Good illustrations and accurate theology. A friend of mine who’s an artist seems to like it.
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U.S. government fights to keep meatpackers from testing all slaughtered cattle for mad cow

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This is funny, a list of some doctored magazine covers with explanations. Some covers have other races added to look more diverse and some girls have a few inches shaved off their thighs.
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A 27-year-old man described as one of the world’s most prolific spammers was arrested Wednesday, and federal authorities said computer users across the Web could notice a decrease in the amount of junk e-mail.

2 Comments

  • great links as always.
    and yes, i did have a reduce in my spam.
    and not the canned kind.

  • So what your saying is that there is a job opening in the spamming community. I read a similar article on google last week, apparently this guy has like 3 cars and a huge house. A couple years ago he had to pay Microsoft like 6 million in a spamming settlement.