Thursday, September 24, 2009

A Thursday Web-Walk

I'm still a bit down and out from the Ham flu or the nasty cold or whatever illness has my head in the swamp. Here's a taste of the web-walking I've been doing of late and I hope to be back to a more fortified writing very soon.

-- Newsflash: The regional and national economy is still tanking

-- It should be no surprise that a wise person has started the Cat Cafe franchise - a place for you to spend time doing some heavy petting if you have no pets at home.

-- The endless search for the perfect potato for McDonald's french fries is, well, endless.

-- Are the ever-expanding digital worlds part of a new kind of evolution? Stephen Hawking says:
"I think it is legitimate to take a broader view, and include externally transmitted information, as well as DNA, in the evolution of the human race

-- Is it possible to keep the Internet alive and thriving with the "Net Neutrality" rules? Some new plans pushed by the FCC and the Obama administration wants to make it so.

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