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Ara Wow, Motorola steps up and shows that the Phoneblocks concept has legs.
The Fresh Knight of Bel Air Hoff does Smith.
YouTube spam Never mind if you have turned off all your emails in YouTube. Google will still spam you, because there’s another window that’s hidden. Why Google doesn’t include this on the page with all the other email notiﬁcations is beyond me. It begs the question: how many other hidden windows are on YouTube? Wait for the next spam and ﬁnd out.
You couldn’t read it on a Kindle, so this book feels a bit like a love letter to publishing and the tactile joy of holding a fat hardcover.
This book is so weird and cool and analog I wasn’t even sure how to blog about it! Check out Summer’s post, which does a great job. If you read Griffin and Sabine until it fell apart, this may be right up your alley…
1. I actively need this book.
2. I’m so far over my book budget it’s sad
3. I don’t have time to read this.
4. This is actively the coolest thing ever
J. J. Abrams’ book project From the creator of Felicity and What about Brian? comes a very clever book. The footnotes are beautifully typeset, too.
Google will always use you in marketing: you have no say Very dutifully, the moment Google Plus announced its shared endorsement settings, I turned mine off. There was no way that I would permit Google Plus to use me for its marketing. What you have no say over: Google Plus using you for its marketing. OK, so it’s not a search result, but it’s still dodgy behaviour since I had never given Google permission to use my name in connection with spamming my friends.
And, really, Google? Are you sure you want to do this? I’m about as positive toward you as Mel Gibson is toward promoting a synagogue.
There will be no banner ads on the Google homepage or web search results pages. There will not be crazy, ﬂashy, graphical doodads ﬂying and popping up all over the Google site. Ever.
The Dick Van Dyke Show - My Husband is a Check-Grabber, season 2
Ok, this is one of my favorite scenes of this show. You can see in just a few seconds not only how they love each other, but also the respect, the understanding, the adimiration and the trusting they have on each other, especially in this scene after he did something Laura wanted him to do. Something that he thought was right and she thought was wrong. And the interesting thing is that it wasn’t Laura that proved him he was wrong, but their son did. And he kinda apologizes to her with just a simply action.
But what makes it so special, I think, is the way she suddenly stares at him, she’s kinda suprised with his attitude. She doesn’t look at him as a wife here, she looks as a person that admires another person very much, as a proud mother looking at her son. And then he does that little glance at her and then smiles… you notice how fine he feels about it, as if he suddenly turned the greatest person in the world for doing that.
I don’t know what makes it so special for me, really. I think it’s just that Dick and Mary had that huge chemistry, which makes the whole thing real in a certain way, and because of that, their acting is just what real couples should do, like an example to follow.
DVD and MTM A great scene for Dick and Mary.
The average prison sentence of men who kill their women partners is 2 to 6 years. Women who kill their male partners are sentenced on average to 15 years. This is despite the fact that 86% of female offenders kill in self-defense, while males are most likely to kill out of possessiveness (82%), abuse (75%), and during arguments (63%). Women are eight times more likely than men to be killed by an intimate partner.