I stumbled upon a history lesson today when browsing unrecognized U.S. states. How different would the country be today if Franklin, or Deseret, or Nickajack, or Westsylvania had become states? Go »
I saw a short documentary about Alfred Hitchcock the other night. It showed some of his many cameo roles on-screen in his films, and clips from when he hosted his own long-running TV series Alfred Hitchcock Presents, and assorted other media appearances like TV commercials that he made and many broadcast interviews that he gave. Go »
The Geek Test
Ever had a prolonged debate about Macs versus PCs? Can you name five characters from each Star Trek series? Go »
A disgruntled former writer for AOL's content farm complains about his experience. If the article doesn't make it clear, one of the rising business models on the web is to generate massive amounts of text content with highly desirable word combinations in order to attract clicks, which drive up ad impressions, which generates revenue. Go »
In the three or so months that TC was offline, I stored all the interesting links that I came across in a folder. Go »
Rock the Vote
There's a new study that indicates that country music fans vote conservative, pop music fans vote liberal, and heavy metal fans are politically moderate. Go »
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