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Wes Phillips  |  Mar 29, 2006  |  2 comments
It may be be making more than your hi-fi sick.
Wes Phillips  |  Mar 29, 2006  |  1 comments
Oddly arresting page dedicated to the aieees, bloops, and biffs of the Batman TV series.
Wes Phillips  |  Mar 29, 2006  |  1 comments
The Guardian presents Wodehouse 101. If you aren't already a fan, this is a good place to find out what Pelham Grenville (aka Plum) is all about.
Wes Phillips  |  Mar 29, 2006  |  0 comments
Forget Adam Smith's invisible hand, says William Baumol, look for the invisible man.
Wes Phillips  |  Mar 28, 2006  |  7 comments
No, not that viral video, but a real physics explanation. Of little use to my two Vegan readers.
Wes Phillips  |  Mar 28, 2006  |  1 comments
When I first saw this, I was simply amused by the ninja-like image of the women in chadors rappelling down the building. Then I began to realize how revolutionary the concept of woman SWAT teams must be in a place like Iran. Now I think it's a pretty awesome video.
Wes Phillips  |  Mar 28, 2006  |  0 comments
Business Week thinks that the competing HD-DVD and Blu-Ray formats might confuse consumers and lead to conflicts between content protection scams, er, schemes.
Wes Phillips  |  Mar 28, 2006  |  1 comments
Fractals of Change argues that "stupid" networks (such as the Internet) are better than "smart" ones (networks configured to allow certain machines running specific software to operate in ways their designers have anticipated). Smart networks may be more efficient when accomplishing those goals, but they don't necessarily work better (or even at all) when you try to do stuff the designers haven't anticipated.
Wes Phillips  |  Mar 28, 2006  |  1 comments
Fused protein/silicon chips may point towards a future where wetware becomes a reality. Forget a he-man rig—I want a hi-fi that's a direct neural implant. Just not the 1.0 version, thank you.

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