Archive for May, 2008

Why I love Talking Points Memo.

Thursday, May 15th, 2008

My favorite political blog, TalkingPointsMemo, is usually insightful on policy, and even more so on politics. But what really distinguishes it from the competition is the quality of its writing, even in short, ephemeral posts. For example, this is from an item posted today: “Many of our foreign policy thinkers seem to be developing the […]

Boy Scouts and Open Source?

Friday, May 9th, 2008

I was never a member of the Boy Scouts myself, so my understanding of what they’re about is limited to what’s seeped in from popular culture, but this looks like a winning idea: Friday May 9, 2008 The Boy Scouts have joined the Open Source Community. The Boy Scouts of America National Council in Irving, […]

Precipitation in Google Chicago Office

Wednesday, May 7th, 2008

I had no idea Brian Fitzpatrick was behind me. Ben Collins-Sussman did, but apparently he wasy too busy filming to shout a warning. Thanks, man. I’ll remember this.