“I fly all around the world and go to conferences.” Let that sink in, because it doesn’t seem to be part of a parody, or an excerpt from a conference logistics workers’ diary but an actual part of an actual New Yorker profile. Still, “like Phyliss Diller or Beetlejuice” is one hell of a hairstyle.
Facebook seems to feel it deserves some kind of cookie for giving its users a smidgen more control over what updates they see, from entities whose updates they’ve decided they want to see.
Obligatory link to ‘Too Many Cooks’.
Eye Candy, Berlin Mauerfall Edition
- InFocus, ‘The Berlin Wall, 25 Years After the Fall’
- A History of the Berlin Wall through maps
- The Berlin Wall of Sound
- ‘Why the fall of the Berlin Wall led to the world we know today’
- ‘Our own private Germany’
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