Mustache cultivator extraordinaire, Rob Womack, took a break from waxing and trimming to bring us our tenth blog entry. You ladies may think you have him pegged, but think again…this quiet storm churns a continuous rumbling of thunder just below the surface. All he needs is a cold front to bring it on.
Two years ago, I could’ve given a few favorite websites. Now, my exposure to the web is filtered through the lens of my Gmail Reader, Google’s RSS feed aggregator. Through Reader, I get to keep up with the geeky stuff (Slashdot, Lifehacker, Epicenter), the highbrow stuff (Arts & Letters Daily), and the video stuff (PVC, AE Portal News, Mograph), plus some friends blogs.
I also use Tweetdeck to keep up with what’s going on in the post-production world as filtered through Twitter. With the changes to my internet usage, brought about by the rise of social networking, individual websites have become kinda irrelevant for me as a user.
In the 1920s, a company called Burma Shave — producers of brushless shaving cream — started putting signs up that delighted and educated drivers. These