MPR News: Fritz remembers Ferraro. MinnPost: How Harold Stassen helped create modern populist political campaigning. Strib: There is, apparently, no age limit for douchebaggery. PiPress: A txting dictionary for Teh Oldz (first item). BFF, IMHO and FWIW take on whole… Continue Reading →
Strib: How to crash the Internet. Theoretically-speaking, of course. PiPress: Sara Jane Olson’s daughter makes a big splash on “American Idol.” Politico [via MinnPost]: Cover boy Pawlenty makes the National Review swimsuit issue. MPR: Knock, knock. Who’s there? Snow. Snow,… Continue Reading →
City Pages profiles the creation, and three Minnesotan creators, of The Oregon Trail — one of computing’s earliest educational games and simulators.
Check out Steve Marsh’s MSP Magazine piece on Jason DeRusha. (Really, read the whole thing!) DeRusha is known as the Internet savant of local television news. This is repeated enough that it‚Äôs sort of annoying‚Äîjust because he blogs in multiple… Continue Reading →
Wow. We live in a new era indeed. The University of Minnesota, currently in the process of rewriting its ethics policy, has put a draft online for all to see and comment on. Really? Why does this surprise me so?… Continue Reading →
The Internet… democratic and free. Well, almost, but for how long? Sure, we get in a huff when people threaten to charge us for things we have become used to getting for free, but ultimately, we will pay if given… Continue Reading →