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
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