Philadelphia bloggers rule the Koufax awards. Make sure you go vote.
Did you know there was a Firefox extension that shows you the Google PageRank of any page? It works great.
One thing I found out right away was that my home page has Google juice. Philly Future has none. Zilch. So I ask you, my fellow friendly bloggers, let the world know where to find our humble Philadelphia blogger online newspaper.
Google hires two prominent Firefox engineers, rumors of it launching a VOIP service emerge, it launches a TV show search service, and now this.
BTW – don’t you just love the term “dark fiber”?
…A new study found that male monkeys will give up their juice rewards in order to ogle pictures of female monkey’s bottoms. The way the experiment was set up, the act is akin to paying for the images, the researchers say.
…The scientists actually had to pay these guys, in the form of extra juice, to get them to look at images of lower-ranking monkeys.
Curiously, the monkeys in the test hadn’t had any direct physical contact with the monkeys in the photos, so they didn’t have personal experience with who was hot and who was not.
“So, somehow, they are getting this information by observation — by seeing other individuals interact,” said Michael Platt of the Duke University Medical Center.
Live Science: 1/28/05
I want to say to those in Iraq who decided to vote in an atmosphere of violence and cynicism – you’re heroes. I pray that whatever the final outcome, the people of Iraq will keep their spirits up, because I expect the next few weeks to be brutal as many will pile on to discredit the vote, to destroy the elected, to rip the heart out of those who braved violence today to cast their ballot. And to those righties who infer that to oppose Bush is to somehow be against freedom – shame on you. Shame on your divisive lying and hatred. Shame on you for using the Iraq people as a political football. Hopefully those elected will help to stabilize a terrible situation and they will need honest support to do so. Not blind obedience to any political party.
As the story in Salon says: three makes it a trend. Your taxpayer dollars at work folks.
You, or news reader software so enabled, can utilize the subscription data of any user at Bloglines. Here goes mine if you care to see them.
I’m still coming to grips with tags, what they are, and how I want to use them. I’ll tell you one thing, this is mighty interesting.