—Found in Batman #395
There’s been a lot of piling on about daylight saving time. So much so that it’s become a twice yearly ritual to point out that it’s an outdated, unnecessary, and even dangerous practice. Washington, Oregon, and Alaska have all had state lawmakers introduce bills to abolish daylight saving time in their respective states. There will […]
In some ways, I’m encouraged that so many people appear to be horrified with the idea that the FAA could remove restrictions on cell phone use aboard commercial airline flights. This isn’t just about a reaction against the continued decline in civility. After all, I haven’t heard a peep about people using cell phones on […]
Daily Exhaust is not my full-time job. This means many of the links I find daily I stash away in my Instapaper account and either take a while to get posted or sit around too long and go obsolete. Technology links are the most time-sensitive and usually go stale the quickest. Links focused on creativity, […]
So long, Mike.
I come from a family of journalists. My mother is an editor, has been at the Akron Beacon Journal in one capacity or another for 40 years, and has taught journalism at Kent State University. Before he died, my father also worked at the Beacon, also taught journalism at Kent, and spent the last 20 […]
http://☁→❄→☃→☀→☺→☂→☹→✝.ws A bittersweet tale told with an Internationalized Domain Name (IDN)
What the internet really looks like. See Senator Stevens, its not a series of friggin tubes! Today’s weather in NYC – Only living in Miami for a year could have somewhat prepared me for this heat. Friendster’s bid to patent social networking – Woah. Reminds of when Microsoft started its quest to patent XML. Spot […]