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Nostalgia is the death of all art. — http://becauseiknewyouwantedtoknow.tumblr.com/post/11503061426/i-had-the-pleasure-and-honor-of-interviewing-billy
Traveling is for people who like pretzels. — Can a mutant douchebag change his life? | Altucher Confidential
If you simplify your English, you are freed from the worst follies of orthodoxy. You cannot speak any of the necessary dialects, and when you make a stupid remark its stupidity will be obvious, even to yourself. — Orwell: Politics and the English Language
Nice Flash app showing the scales of the universe—from the fabled strings to the estimated size of the universe.
You have to treat eggs with the assumption that they’re contaminated with salmonella,” said Carol Tucker Foreman, a food safety expert of the Consumer Federation of America. “We may all object to the fact that we have to treat food like toxic waste…. — Second Iowa Producer Recalls 170 Million Eggs - NYTimes.com
It’s time for Americans to stop feeding the Ferengi and start angel investing.
Those who want to be prosperous must first make others prosperous. — Yogi Ginger Tea tag
Matt Cutts has an old tip on his blog: the link https://mail.google.com/mail/#search/label:unread+label:inbox will take you to GMail with the two labels “unread” and “inbox” used as search terms, thus showing you only your unread items in your inbox.
I wanted to use this as what would be termed a “smart folder” on the Mac. I have the GMail Labs feature Quick Links enabled, but I’ve never used it. I thought I’d try putting in the whole link there. After clicking “Add Quick Link” it offered to save the current search with the link text of my choice. Easier than I anticipated.