Haven’t thought about Geocities in years. I loved that site, it is where I put my very first content online. I think back in those days I had an excite.com email address. Heady days indeed, so much promise. Now the promise has been usurped by google and facebook feeding off the apathy and utter lack of curiosity of most folks. I guess we get what we deserve and the trash circulating on facebook does not speak well for us…it is like 4chan for the mentally challenged.
A tribal elder and a high school junior stood face to face, and the world reacted
A Rorschach Test for the Trump era.
Why progressives should stop avoiding men’s issues
Too true, although I generally miss stating it so eloquently. It is the reason I will not support any (so-called) social justice movement that does not include a critique of capitalism.
Filed under interesting.
A $450 dinner, $45 whiskey: Two financial regulators ring up the expenses
You read this, then you multiply it by 1000. Or 100,000. Or 1,000,000. Then you think about our $22,000,000,000,000 debt.
And it is pretty clear that we cannot begin to turn thngs around util a few of these people are hanging from telephone poles.
One of those things that make you go, “of course!”
If its useful life is over, delete it.
In some regards meta search has lessened the problems associated with digital clutter. But then the onus falls upon the user to learn how to use advanced search…at the OS level, their email, and pretty much every other program or service they use. A little organization is much easier. I am continually astounded at folks who can’t grasp the basic concept of hierarchical filing.
Just published on my long form blog:
Females and minorities made big gains in congress. Also began the (slight) rollback of the 100 year trend of an aging congress.