Monthly Archives: July 2007

BaconSalt – now everything can taste like bacon (even kosher food)

Bacon Salt is a “zero calorie, vegetarian, kosher certified seasoning salt that makes everything taste like read bacon”. As Homer might say: uuummmmm, baaacccoooonnnn. ๐Ÿ™‚

Thanks to Leta and Accordion Guy for the notice. Get some today!

The demise of the Weekly World News

Like alot of newspapers, the WWN is suffering. So much so, that it will no longer be printed. While it is still online, it’s not the same. However, if like me, you miss it, here’s a link to it and one of the great columnists they have. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Here, the entrepreneurial Sammy the Chatting Chimp solves the question: Work Harder or Smarter?

Monkey Business | Weekly World News

The Great Roy Orbinson

How great was Roy Orbinson? Great musician, great music, and great partners too (George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty and k.d. lang). See here: the incomparable Roy Orbison @

How to visit 171 Starbucks in 24 hours in Manhattan

Apparently Manhattan has 171 Starbucks in it, and this man decided to try something in EVERY one in less than 24 hours. Not something smart people I know would do, but interesting to watch…see
YouTube – 171 Starbucks

Old folks (boomers) and young folks (gen Y) at work

The has a story about Gen Y at work. It is obvious that it is sympathetic to the older generation. For example:

Managers tell stories of summer associates who come to meetings with midriffs exposed, baring a belly ring; of interns who walk through the halls engaged with iPods; of new hires who explain they need Fridays off because their boyfriends get Fridays off and they have a share in a beach house. Then there is the tale of the summer hire who sent a text message to a senior partner asking โ€œAre bras required as part of the dress code?โ€

I am sure the Gen Y crowd could talk of

old managers wearing ties or nylons, having two hour lunches, who work overtime on projects that are irrelevent and who wear clothes that haven’t been in style in 10 years or more

Read the article: it seems to me that the boomer who wrote the article is wrong. See:

When Whippersnappers and Geezers Collide – New York Times

Geek culture: not an oxymoron

Yes, they have their own culture (notice how I said “they”, not “we” ๐Ÿ™‚ ). And you can learn all about it here at:

Geek Culture/After Y2K/The Joy of Tech: pretty much everything you’ve ever wanted.

Make your own Google Maps and share them

I like the new MyMaps feature of Google maps. You can create a new map and then grab the link to the page and share it with others. Smart and simple. Like Google.

Here’s my map (BLMtest), courtesy of Google.