- Setting the Mac world on fire right now is the Sony Ericsson Clicker, software that lets you remotely control your Mac with a compatible Bluetooth phone. Anyway, Woz likes it.
- Eliza Dushku has been cast in a show. Clue: it's not the one you hoped it was.
- Reports are coming out that the Bush administration is seeking exemption from testing for national missile defence [MSNBC, Boston Globe, Baltimore Sun, Google News], head over to the Metafilter discussion.
- Microsoft's threedegrees beta software is out, here's the FAQ. Yoz Grahame tried it, Matt Jones didn't even get that far.
- More psyops in Iraq: the Guardian covers the Radio Tikrit story and re-hashes the hacking of military phone lines.
- The Guardian also says the American's don't understand Ali G, while the BBC says it flopped on HBO, one columnist at the Washington Post says he shows promise and runs with a story saying he defies categorisation and finally the San Francisco Chronicle says he's funny but "not HBO funny". At least the Americans like The Office and Coupling.
- Rescue baseballs are really cool (via Gizmodo).
- CNet covers audioblogging.
- What Would Jesus Eat?, via The Copydesk (resisting the temptation to say wine, bread and fish)>.
- RSSifying mailman.
- Katy's had her coccyx out.
- Are we all in agreeance?
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Posted by: blackjack on July 4, 2005 08:25 PM