This is both funny and interesting… I was in the 7/11 last week and some guy was holding the New York Post. On the cover was a funny picture of Jews in a synagogue with fake guns. It looked like some type of play or movie. The story is named Gun-Toting God Squad: Rabbis Pack
Yea, I was in the very exciting local pizza shop and there was a lady there with a bird on her head. I kid you not. Here is a picture: Why a person has a bird on their head in a pizza store, I don’t get. Maybe she was hopping to catch a streak of
I got to many conferences and have access to some of the largest names that speak at those conferences. I often see them in press or speaker rooms, I am invited for Q&A sessions after keynotes, I am often asked to meet one on one or in groups with them for additional questions, and so
This morning, I took a bag of M&Ms to snack on. The interesting part, outside of my wife who will scold me later for eating them, is that when I poured some out, only orange ones came out. I promise, I did not make this up. The bag was mixed with all colors, but when
Inbal from the Google News team sent me a cool new Google News t-shirt today. The Google News T-Shirt has a robot reading a newspaper and says, “Google News (delivered by robots).” Here is a picture: Why did I get it? Well, because I help out here and there at the Google News Forum as
I recently got myself the Country Codes of the World poster. In my opinion, this is a must have for any internet company, be it SEO, internet dev/design shop, marketing, etc. Must have. Hope to hang it up in our conference room soon. Thanks Byte Level Research!
Acupuncture, real or fake, helps aching back: study from Reuters reports on a study that showed using needles or toothpicks have the same effect on people. Acupuncture brought more relief to people with back pain than standard treatments, whether it was done with a toothpick or a real needle, U.S. researchers said on Monday in
Swine Flu, Swine Flue, Swine Flu! Scary stuff, indeed. There are several cases in New York, but all on the other side of the Hudson. I certainly hope it doesn’t cross over the bridge. Here is a map: View H1N1 Swine Flu in a larger map