Friday Funday X

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Friday Funday brings you some fun and interesting links from my travels around the internet during the previous week.

Neal Stephenson’s Slashdot Interview [del.icio.us]

I loved his book Snow Crash, which helped to shape a number of ideas I have about the future of computers and the internet. To quote from the article’s intro, “There is nothing better than a Slashdot interview with someone who not only reads and understands Slashdot but can out-troll the trolls.”

Unamerican.com [del.icio.us]

Powerful Perspectives for Progressive People. According to their website anyway. Considering the state of things (flaming rant to come next week), I felt this was an appropriate website to share with everyone. Buy your “fuck the republican party” button while they still last!

The Hidden Door Company [del.icio.us]

Oh my god! Doors that are disguised as bookcases? This is exactly what I’ve been looking for! When I get rich and build my house, I’m having a bunch of these installed.

Daily Show on Election Results [del.icio.us]

Well, since I’ve been posting some Daily Show stuff: Lisa Rein has posted three clips “from the November 3 Daily Show: “Jon covers Kerry’s concession, Bush’s relishing in his glory, and Stephen Colbert’s commentary on it all.”

Hierarchy of Bloggers [del.icio.us]

A sad, yet true look at the hierarchy of bloggers. The image is a little hard to make out, but it is readable. Unless you’re Phoenix, who can’t see red or green, and apparently has a hard time with other colours. Like black.

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