These are for me as much as you. I’ll thank me later. Mostly from Twitter.
Via Freeman Hunt : The blog of Milton Friedman’s “Free To Choose” PBS series. Funny that for all the PBS crap I got shown in school, this wasn’t among the viewing options.
Via Andy Levy via Allahpundit: Face transplant story with pictures. Amazing.
More on the voucher situation from the WSJ: “If, however, you are a pol who piously tells inner-city families that public schools are the answer – and you do this while safely ensconcing your own kids in some private haven – the press corps mostly winks.”
Also, today is not the day where I wish I sent my kids to public school.
27% of all marketers suck? Sounds a little low to me.
Funny and short: Why copywriters should be native speakers.
Cringely talks about the future of television on the Internet. It’s interesting.
Hot: Bill Whittle schools John Stewart on the history behind Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The beauty of being a useful idiot is that you never have to research and you never have to say you’re sorry. Because, damn the facts, you’re right, and Harry Truman was a war criminal.
Lastly, Tabitha Hale aka Pink Elephant Pundit has started doing a radio show/podcast/audio blog/whatever the hell the kids these days are calling it. Episode One is here. I was going to listen to it, but there’s, like, the entirety of “Walk This Way” at the front and that used up any time I had, plus confused me.