October 14, 2004
Links of the day
- Who are novelists voting for? The results shouldn't surprise you.
- Great picture of two Afghan men who just voted. Why didn't we hear more about this?
- The Electoral Vote predictor is again predicting Bush. I wonder how the third debate will affect it...
- A Mall for America's Geeks. Good article on our little MOA.
- Famous retro TV show themes. Seems to be hosted on a different server now. Let me know if you are successful or not downloading some of these.
- The Shifted Librarian can't wait to hear me speak at Internet Librarian 2004. Cool!
- The books people are talking about on the blogosphere right now. Always interesting and always changing.
- Anti-Bush flash movie from the National Jewish Democratic Council. Humorous and creative.
- U of M ranks second in enrollment, after Ohio State, with 50,954 students. OSU has 50,995.
- SixDegreesofVoting.com is overwhelmingly picking Kerry to win. This map is based on people who have registered and cast a vote on the site.
Posted by snackeru at October 14, 2004 7:45 AM | Links of the day
Shane, I think you should read Paris Hilton's new book. I would love to hear a review of it, from your perspective.
Posted by: Cheesehead Craig at October 14, 2004 10:21 AM
You have got to be kidding me. I don't think I could stomach even 10 minutes.
Posted by: Shane at October 14, 2004 11:13 AM
Shane, you went two days without a sports post, and we’re taking over your turf! My co-blogger says Ford should replace Jaque Jones next year. Is that blasphemy? I’m on the fence... no pun intended.
Posted by: Qwerty at October 14, 2004 1:12 PM
Ha! Well QWERTY, the turf is your's if you want it. You'll get no fight from me. As for Ford taking over for Jones, I think he is kind of right. I actually think Ford and Kubel will both be playing right field, with Kubel taking most of the DH at bats. Lecroy? The Twins will probably treat him like David Ortiz, another team will pick him up, and he'll be an MVP candidate within two years. It is inevitable.
Posted by: Shane at October 14, 2004 4:26 PM