Hidden defaults setting that forces links that would open in a new window to open in a new tab instead. Should be default behavior.
Why I don’t want to hear any more Republican austerity claims: “Louisiana has gotten $130 billion in post-Katrina aid. How is it that the stars of the Republican austerity movement come from the states that suck up the most federal money? Taxpayers in New York send way more to Washington than they get back so more can go to places like Alaska and Louisiana. Which is fine, as long as we don’t have to hear their governors bragging about how the folks who elected them want to keep their tax money to themselves. Of course they do! That’s because they’re living off ours.”
On the stupidity of the publisher’s guild. I can’t imagine that a text-to-speech feature is going to dent the sales of audiobooks.
Do we have a bank recovery strategy, or are we just going to keep the zombies going?
Day: February 26, 2009
Bobby Jindal is Kenneth the Page
The funniest meme to come out of Tuesday’s very serious speech by President Obama was the chorus of voices who noticed how much Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, who delivered the GOP response, sounded like Kenneth the Page from 30 Rock. A Facebook group helped amplify the chorus of voices asking for a furtherance of the meme. And Jimmy Fallon obliged, spinning up Jack McBrayer, who plays Kenneth, to provide a response to the response to the response:
We are down the rabbit hole.