Obama’s Use of Complete Sentences Stirs Controversy

From the Borowitz Report: In the first two weeks since the election, President-elect Barack Obama has broken with a tradition established over the past eight years through his controversial use of complete sentences, political observers say. “Every time Obama opens his mouth, his subjects and verbs are in agreement,” says Mr. Logsdon.  “If he keeps […] » about 100 words

The iPhone Cometh; Haters Swarm

Some are calling it the Jesus phone, but Jason Chen calls it a moral quandry, Gartner Group is <a href=“" title=; - Gartner warns IT to avoid Apple’s iPhone”>telling IT to avoid it (really, because iTunes is scary to enterprise), Business 2.0’s Joshua Quittner is reminding the peeps it’s just a regular phone, and Wayne Smallman is whining that it doesn’t have a flash or telephoto lens. (Humor alert: one of those is supposed to be funny, and another is supposed to be hilarious.)

Analysts who claim “It doesn’t have any features that would make it successful as a business tool” must surely be on the pay of competing manufacturers or networks. The promise here is that the phone is an incredibly rich and portable network device; businesses that can’t find value in that are probably in decline anyway. Still it is expensive, and it is subject to all the vagaries of cell phone service, and it doesn’t have a laser.

Be A Leader! Manage Your Staff With Ralph Wiggum Quotes!

“I eated the purpleberries” (groaning). “How are they Ralph…. Good?” “They taste like…burning.” More goodness at the Ralph Wiggum Soundboard, via InformationNation. More quotes, like “Oh boy, sleep! That’s where I’m a viking!,” at TheDotDotDot. tags: funny, goodness, humor, laugh, quotes, ralph, ralph wiggum, ralph wiggum quote, ralph wiggum quotes, ralph wiggum soundboard, simpsons, the […] » about 100 words

Laughing At Your Idol

While following the story about bad teachers, found the Mathcaddy blog. The only relation Mathcaddy has to the other story is that Steve, the unfortunate student runs his blog on a subdomain there. The post that got me interested at Mathcaddy was I Walked on Water… I Think I Can Walk to the Door: In […] » about 300 words