A sort of Sunday drive
Just some of the things I read this weekend:
There otter be a law:
If you're thinking about bringing home Ring of Bright Water for the kids with the expectation that it will be sweet and innocuous well, Surlybird suggests you think again.
Rammer infers the existence of a new breed of popup ad that is launched when you click a link in the window in front of it, and blames lax IE security defaults for its proliferation.
Too sweet and innocent:
Donna remembers Donny Osmond fondly. Maybe too fondly.
Where have all the readers gone?
At Fresh Bilge, Alan ponders whether 'tis better to plug away at a single topic, to wander all over the place, or to aim Somewhere In Between.
Whizzing in the revenue stream:
Ravenwood reports on a Nashville man who was busted for flashing his lights to warn approaching traffic of a speed trap.
What are under the bridge?
"Why can't I get any intelligent trolls?" wonders Geoffrey.
This is not necessarily going to be a regular feature at least, not one that's regularly scheduled.
Posted at 8:31 PM to Blogorrhea