Another marvel of the Net: Phoood, a site that reviews "Snack food, fast food, pizza, beer, and other delicacies."
John Leo mocks the New York Times.
Feeling a little too happy on this Friday?
Want to be more depressed?
Reason ". . . asked a variety of policy wonks, journalists, thinkers, and other public figures in the reason universe to reveal for whom they are voting this fall, for whom they pulled the lever last time around, their most embarrassing presidential vote, and their favorite president of all time."
Short article applying "approximate entropy" to the stock market. I didn't understand it, but it sounds important. (Link via GeekPress.)
Somebody--I presume a student--with posting privileges to an NC State server cracks the top 20 stories in the blogosphere. (Warning: it's an attack on Senator Kerry and even if you agree, you may be offended by the language and content.)
News about broadband: "FCC says no to fiber sharing, yes to powerlines."
Is Google "kicking Microsoft's butt"?
So, who're you going to vote for?
But this front-page WaPo article, apparently unaware that American businesses manage to produce all kinds of difficult-to-make, hard-to-forecast-the-demand-for products, manages not to mention any of these issues.
What will those wacky Californians think of next? Thomas Sowell rants about mandatory motion-controlled lighting.