Journal: News & Comment

Saturday, June 18, 2005
# 10:49:00 AM:

Links of interest (2005-06-18):

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  • "As I can personally attest, there's a good reason that fewer young Americans are pursuing careers in the sciences: the jobs suck."

  • Queen Elizabeth has an iPod.

  • "Smart and creative people are inevitably complicated, and the more successful they are, the less pressure there is on them to resolve those complications."

  • VanEats is five.

  • "The best recruiting department in the world can't make people want to work at a company that's moribund."

  • "No one was particularly happy when I told them I found a vintage wedding dress for $40. In fact, they made it seem like spending so little on a dress was somehow cheating myself, as if spending cash consummated an essential female ritual. I, however, was elated with my score. I had never particularly dreamed of zeros flying out my bank account as if they were bubbles."

  • Win yourself a free nice Mac keyboard. (Disclaimer: if you use that link and win, I win one too.) Enter by tomorrow, Father's Day.

  • "What College Bakery is saying with that sign is 'The risk of being sued is so high that we'll give up on helping paying customers create their own cakes.' This is Trusted Computing for frosting."


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