From the ever-fantastic Photoshop Disasters blog, someone from the Globe forgot to replace that trust standby placeholder text with the real content.
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It seems that GTD, that favourite of serial procrastinators, is being supplanted in people’s affections.
So Obama makes a speech at the University of Cairo (an excellent speech, in fact). You can always control what you say, but you can’t control who attends to your saying it:
Palestinian militants from the Popular Resistance Committee watch the televised speech of US President Barack Obama in Gaza City, Thursday, June 4, 2009.
Click on that link. You’ll not be sorry.
Could humans at any point in history, given the right information, construct an electronic communication network? To test this hypothesis, Substitute Materials will attempt to build a functional electric battery and telegraph switch from materials found in the wilderness, using no modern tools except information from the internet. The telegraph will be a first step towards an ahistorical internet.
What the author doesn’t say is that he’s doing this in the wilderness while wearing a business suit.
And that he couldn’t find any flint to make a good ax—he had to order it from the Internet.
I foresee much time spent reading this site.