Odd bits

Rainy day news:
Via a self-styled journalism lab, a note about Google. Pull out quote:

…Google outlines its “vision of a premium content ecosystem” that includes subscriptions…

Maybe my move in 2003, perhaps that wasn’t so ill-considered, after all. Stay tuned, as subscribers get the first shot at a new book of mine.

There are some weekends, Mercury is backwards and all, but some days, all I can do is amass a collection of weird links. Either they meant something individually, or the link intrigued me, or, in at least one example, I can’t recall what I was doing. Linking. Looking.

Carefully crafted corporate misdirection? Cool.

Carefully crafted corporate (tabloid) Alien Baby

Mercury in Retrograde and bait. Shrimp.

13 (more) things that don’t make sense.

Sitcom. I wonder if each of my individual scopes are thusly structured?

Like silly putty.

More for the fine print:

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Viva Zapatos!(Might have that wrong)
“Prefiero morir de pie
Que vivair de rodillas”
(I prefer to die on my feet than to live on my knees)
Emiliano Zapata [1879-1919]

Gone Fishing:
Says it all.

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More Mercury RX tales.

More on Humble Oils – the image, not the oil company.

This is NOT a photo-op.

7 Reasons to subscribe.

Pay Box (I’m still cheaper).

One word: Starbucks.

Plants in apparent retrograde.


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