Tuesday, September 18, 2007

News on the 'Net

If you're still not satiated by the incessant coverage of the latest O.J. debacle, Celebritologist Liz Kelly has a round-up of editorials and other assorted musings on the fallen former football hero. O.J.'s latest escapades are money in the bank for Fred Goldman who was awarded the rights to the Simpson book If I Did It, now getting a second printing.

In other famous murder trial related news, apparently the testimony of five women who testified that a drunken Phil Spector held them at gunpoint was not enough to convince the jury, currently deadlocked, that the sixth one wasn't so lucky.

If the subject of accused murderers is too heavy for you, then Emil Steiner's snarky post on Fighting Airborne Sartorial Terrorism might be up your alley. Or perhaps an update on the 30 day Freegan experiment conducted by Newsweek blogger Raina Kelley is more to your taste. (Apparently the whole Freegan thing isn't what it's cracked up to be. Please send Raina some Skittles!)

Finally, a fitting follow-up to my blog on Obsolescence, this Newsweek story about How Computers Transformed Baby Boomers.


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