Another long day followed by a long (but pleasant) meeting over dinner; we managed to drink a bottle each. So it's going to be like that, is it?
Beware, coherence may be limited. Even more than usual. (hic)
A really important resource: the Western States Ride Calendar. Every known organized cycling ride in the Western U.S. Wow how cool is that?
Monster Monday: Surf's up as biggest waves in five years come to Hawaii. Wow, those are cool. I am a wimp when it comes to surfing, but we all love looking at those huge waves, don't we?
Ed Driscoll wonders Is Newsweek a Brand that will Disappear in 2010? You mean Newsweek still exists? I thought they transformed themselves into a political-People magazine for liberals, and quietly faded into irrelevance. Oh, they did.
Google's Chrome browser now has extensions. Yay. Give me Adblock, and Firefox may be history.
Facebook pushes people to go public. I predict this will not end well. I knew enough to explicitly switch all the preferences back to private, but I bet many many people will not, and Facebook will never be the same.
Yesterday I reported on Virgin Atlantic's Space Ship Two launch; Rand Simberg has more: the Tip of the Iceberg for Private Spaceflight.
Pantone has named Turquoise 2010 color of the year. "...evokes thoughts of soothing, tropical waters and a languorous, effective escape from the everyday troubles of the world, while at the same time restoring our sense of wellbeing." So be it.
TTAC reports Speed Cameras Gift Wrapped in the Netherlands. As they should be, everywhere. Big brother please take a hike.
From the Onion: Alphabet updated with 15 exciting new letters. Paging Dr. Suess, some people stop at the Z, but not me! I love it :)
ZooBorn of the day: a tiny Kimodo Dragon. See even baby giant lizards are cute!