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Sunday, February 18, 2007

October 16, 2006

Monday, October 16, 2006

10:34-45 HOME OFFICE NYT Wallflower at the Web Party
12:41-3 Competition Fails to Cut Electricity Prices
12:44 A Razor Sharp Profile Cuts Into a Mile-High Cityscape
12:46-7 Works by Johns and de Kooning Sell for 143.5 Million
12:51-4 The Broker Who Fell to Earth

4:51 SUBWAY NYMAG Flight of the Bumbleboys
5:28-33 WSJ How a Blogger Put Himself in the Middle of Mark Foley Story
5:33-9 In Era of Blockbuster Books, One Publishers Rolls the Dice

9:16-21 Not So Hidden Asset, His Wqife, Is Force in Lamont’s Senate Bid
9:22-5 A Fabled Run and One Last Night of Rock
9:38-31 NY Mag Could the Democrats Lose?
9:35-41 Market Rate for Mighty Mira
9:42-8 Can This Marriage Be Saved?

October 15, 2006

Sunday, October 15, 2006

11:23-9 LIVING ROOM NYT From Crime to Arrest, by Way of Computer
11:30-1 The Proletariat and the Parking Lot
11:32-8 Vows
11:38-40 Wooly Mammoths

October 14, 2007

Saturday, October 14, 2006

10:45-9 LIVING ROOM NYT Upstate, a Snowstorm Kills 3
10:50-9 Everything You Wanted to Know about Bedbugs but Were Afraid to Ask

October 11, 2007

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

12:17-19 HOME OFFICE WSJ Rethinking Recess
12:19 Engineering Food at Level of Molecules
12:20-2 Man is Forced onto Highway and Hit by a Car in Brooklyn

7:55-6 LIVING ROOM City Acts to Add Low Cost Homes
7:56-7 A Cross Cultural Saga Wins the Booker Prize
7:58-9 Iraqui Dead May total 600,000 Study Says
8:-03 In Minnesota, Voters Tune Out Scandals and Infighting to Focus on Issues
8:40 WSJ Louis Vuitton Tries Modern Methods On Factory Lines

8:02-6 HOME OFFICE An Analyst Questions the Self-Perpetuating Side of Therapy
8:12-14 Friends for Life an Emerging Biology of Emotional Healing

8:19-23 Farmhouse Called Home is a Home to History Too

October 10, 2007

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

6:06-8 SUBWAY NYT Injecting a Bold Shot of the New on the Upper East Side
6:09 Slide Show at the Tate Modern
6:11 A $3 Water Purifier That Could Save Lives
6:12-18 The Last Word on the Last Breath

October 8, 2007

Sunday, October 8, 2006

1:22-6 HOME OFFICE google.com “shingles”
1:27-32 nih.org “shingles”

October 6, 2007

Friday, October 6, 2006

12:30-2 yahoofinance.com women’s retail cold sector snap mu ann “speculate” “maya”
2:29-35 Book 2.0 chronicle of highereduction july 28, 2006
2:37 villagevoice.com edit me!
2:39-41 The Book is reading You publishersweekly.com

October 5, 2007

Thursday, October 5, 2006

4:14-16 HOME OFFICE NYT Coliseum Books to Close by Year’s End
4:17-19 Paris isn’t New York or Milan: Vive Le Difference
4:19-20 Subversion as Entertainment or Putting the Put On
4:21-4 Hastert Fights to Save His Job in Page Scandal
4:25-6 Bloomberg is Set to Take Reins of 9/11 Memorial Foundation
4:28-35 The Counter as Altar L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon
4:39-41 WSJ A Doggie Bag Sil Vous Plait
4:41-51 dcr.com “nikon d80”
4:56-8 The Shifting Calculus of Buying a Home
5:01-6 Global Sludge Ends in Tragedy for Ivory Coast
5:08-11 The New Ipod Ready For Battle

October 4, 2007

Wednesday, October 4, 2006

9:17 LIVING ROOM NYT A Small belated Step for Grammarians
9:18-21 Records Confirm CIA Chief Warned Rice on Al Queda
9:50-4 Pressure Grows for Republicans Over Foley Case
9:54-9 Police Investigate 03 Death After Charges Against Nurse

3:21-7 yahoofinance.com “genentech” “embraer”

October 3, 2007

Tuesday, October 3, 2006

1:43-6 HOME OFFICE WSJ Air Power
1:56-7 New Report that Senator Uttered Slurs
1:59-01 Judge Dismisses Murder Charge Against a Suspect in a 1990 Case
2:05-7 How a Google Search can Become a Security Threat
2:16-26 New Ideas for Building in the Face of Modernism
2:28-34 An Innocent Abroad, educed by a Madman
3:01 Wireless Networking May Soon Get Faster. Will Anyone Care
3:04-8 Is Hysteria Real?
3:10-11 Its Owner is Mourned but a Chinese Restaurant Goes On
3:13-18 Fortune’s Fool’s Why The Rich Go Broke
3:19-20 The Best and Worst in Executive Pay
3:25 A Battle on the Lower East Side
3:25-31 Chorus Line Returns as Do Regrets Over lIfe Stories Signed Away
3:33-5 In China Children Learn Class Minus the Struggle
3:38 Vico Magistretti,85 Furniture Designer Dies
3:39 ebay “magistretti”
3:48-52 WSJ What Independent 529 Plans Get You when Junio Applies to College
3:53 Beneath the Dow’s Surge, Investor’s Find a Mixed Bag
3:58 Blown Away by the ’03 Bourdeaux

4:48-5:24 SUBWAY NYER Atul Gawande The Score
5:32-5 The Mystic Word

9:18-27 The Mystic Word

October 2, 2007

Monday, October 2, 2006

8:52-7 SUBWAY WSJ After Engline Blew, Deciding to Fly On as Far as We can
8:57-9 Scratch n Sniff: Speacial Canine Unit Knows to Nose Scat
9:00-09 The Undateables
9:13-14 Finding Good Cheap Advice

October 1, 2007

Sunday, October 1, 2006

10:07-8 LIVING ROOM NYT New Hotels in London: High Style, Low Cost
10:08-11 The Way we List Now
Monday, October 2, 2006

12:21-2 LIVING ROOM NYT Seth Price

Friday, February 02, 2007

September 30, 2006

Saturday, September 30, 2006

7:12-15 LIVING ROOM NYT Pickers are Few and Growers Blame Congress

September 29, 2006

Friday, September 29, 2006

12:03-10 HOME OFFICE Yochaj Benkler The Wealth of Networks: How Social Productions Transforms Markets and Freedom
12:10-46 pulsethebook.com Robert Frenay Pulse the Coming Age of Systemss and Machines Inspired by Living Things
12:26 slashdot.com news for nerds Agro Waste Oil Plant Starts Production posted by Cowboy Neal on Fri May 21, 04 12:58AM
12:28-1:08 futureofthebook.org McKenzie Wark Version 1.1 GAM3R 7H3ORY
1:23-53 futureofthebook.org “sophie”
2:52-9 sarahoppenheimer.com “projects” “data” “news”
2:59 yahoofinance.com “ihc” Independence Holding Co.

September 28, 2006

Thursday, September 28, 2006

2:46-50 HOME OFFICE WSJ Digital Music for Dummies
2:50-3 Moguls of New Media
2:56 myspace.com brookealley
2:57-03 youtube.com Evolution of Dance
3:07-9 The Mommy Drain
3:09 Efforts Mount to Cut Costs of Textbooks
3:10 A Fugitvie’s Haven in Africa Turned out to be Anything But

September 27, 2006

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

11:05-9 BROWN CAFÉ NYT New Campaign Ads Have a Theme: Don’t Be Nice
11:10-13 Newman’s Next Act
11:13-15 Pact Reached to Redevelop Far West Side
11:115-6 In the Marekt Finally a Mango with Great Flavor

3:21-7 LIVING ROOM NYT Forensic Skills Seek to Uncover Hidden Patterns of Elder Abuse

September 26, 2006

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

10:23-12:01 LIVING ROOM NYER David Remnick The Wanderer
12:02-4 Queda Operative, an Escapee in 05 is Killed in Attack

September 25, 2006

Monday, September 25, 2006

5:39-6:20 Sebald Austerlitz 16 pages

9:07-12 SUBWAY NYT Scissor Sisters Ta Duh Ludacris Release Therapy
9:12-15 WSJ Luxury Fashion Lite

September 11, 2006

Monday, September 11, 2006

11:34-40 SUBWAY WSJ Boundless Possibilities
11:44 Information Found and Shared
11:48-51 Return of the Cyclorama11:57-8 Blogwatch
11:58 STARBUCKS Where are they Now?
11:59-1205 NYT At Ground Zero, Towers of Forgetting

3:30-8 BROOKLYN COLLEGE Sebald Austerlitz 12 pages

8:52 SUBWAY NYT An Industry Based on a Simple Masquerade
9-9:05 Federer in a Class by Himself
9:12-17 Can Fashion be Copyrighted?

September 10, 2006

Sunday, September 10, 2006

11:07-10 LIVING ROOM NYT After the Winning Hand
11:10-20 VOWS
11:21-5 A Melange of Asian Roots and Shifting Identities11:37-8 Call if Brooklyn
11:41-1 Try to Remember
11:42-3 Tales Told in Tin11:50-3 Sharapova Captures Open Title
11:56-8 Flyweight Flashlights that Sip Power

September 8, 2006

Friday, September 8, 2006

8:16-22 LIVING ROOM Afghan Symbol for Change Becomes a Symbol for Failure
8:24-9 Kenya Killings Put Aristocrat in Racial Fire
8:29-31 To Give Children an Edge, Au Pairs From China

11:12-19 HUDSON RIVER PARK The Unsold Warhol
11:20-4 Blake has a Moment Federer Has the Match

2:47-51 LIVING ROOM Another Split at Viacom
2:51-5 Mortgages Grow Riskier, and Investors are Attracted
2:55 Producer of American Idol Adds Fashion to his Empire
2:56-3 Freedom Tower Alone No More at Ground Zero

11:01-8 HOME OFFICE After Years Behind Bars, Now a Life on the Run
11:09-12 Interrogation Methods Rejected by Military Wins Bush’s Support
11:13-17 Lawyers and GOP Chiefs Resist Proposal on Tribunal
11:17-19 Wedding off, Jilted Bride Turns Party into a Benefit
11:20 google.com “kyle paxman”
11:21 sandiegounion.com “she did good”
11:24-35 Covering Your Tracks in an Online World Takes a Few Tricks
11:35-7 Look Ma No Brakes

4:37-44 WSJ The Concierge’s Secret Agenda
5:09-11 Hollywood’s Amateur Hour

September 7, 2006

Thursday, September 7, 2006

9:57-9 SUBWAYRoddick Returns just as Nadal Disappears
9:59-10:02 Discount Bus Companies Tangle Over Territory
9:53-5 DINING ROOM Equal Opportunity Offender Plays Anti-Semitism For Laughs
9:57-8 Publisher and Author Settle Suit Over Lies
9:58-10:01 He Could be a Contender, It Seems
10:02-3 A Rich Coat of Gloss on a Trajectory Spiralling Down
10:07-8 The Unpleasant Realities of a Family on the Edge
10:08 Nature on the Threshold
10:09-10 For Those on the Fence about Changing the Walls
10:14-15 Are there Windows that allow me to look out but nobody to look in?
10:20-5 Don’t Keep Your Data in One Stash
10:26-36 President Moves 14 Held in Secret to Guantanamo For Congress Two Votes Loom
10:37-9 Mrs Astor’s Guradian Says Son May Have Mishnadled Millions
10:40 HOME OFFICE On Austrian TV a True Story of Captivity

September 6, 2007

Wednesday, September 6, 2006

2:17-22 SUBWAY WSJ A Comeback Story
2:26-8 Revisiting Executive Pay Law
2:29-32 Copper and Robbers: Homeownder’s Latest Worry
2:37-8 Big Banks on Campus
2:32-7 Trimming your Taxes: Why Roth 410k’s Often Beat Conventional 401k plans
2:39 Shopper’s Special Retail Stocks Now at Bargain Prices
2:41-3 We Watched Andre Agassi Grow
2:46-8 Snippy Things Folks Say About Your Home are Now Also Online
2:50 NYT This Can’t Be Love

September 5, 2006

Tuesday, September 5, 2006

1:13-17 HOME OFFICE A Portrait of China Running Amok
1:17-38 New Web Sites Seeking Profit in Wiki Model
1:32-4 ehow.com
1:36-8 wikihow.com
1:39-40 Myspace Music Store is New Challenge for Big Labels
1:41-4 Tropper Shot in Manhunt Dies of Injuries
1:44-8 GOP Faces Peril of Losing House Strategists Say

9:47-9 Couric Takes Anchor Chair on CBS
9:49-53 Criticism of Rumsfeld Becomes a Political Chorus
9:56-9 Many 9/11 Workers Have Lung Issues, Report Says
10-01 Jankovic Reaches US Open Semifinals
10:02-4 Roddick Playing like Connors and Acting Like Him, Too
10:05-7 When Toddlers Turn on the TV and Actually Learn

11:42-5 cnn.com teen describes her 8 years in captivity
111:49-50 Nadal is Upset, and Federer Loses His Foil

September 3, 2006

Sunday, September 3, 2006

7:50-1 nytimes.com Agassi’s Career Comes to a Close with a Loss
8:12-16 HOME OFFICE WSJ Deperate for a Cure
8:16 Mortgage Market Begins to See Cracks as Subprime-Loan Problems Emerge
12:20-24 Housing Complex of 110 Buildings For Sale in City
Monday, September 4, 2006

2:11-2:21 HOME OFFICE 5 emails

September 2, 2006

Saturday, September 2, 2006

1:54-7 LIVING ROOM WSJ Housing Boom’s Dark Side
1:57-2 Estate Tax Plans Get Trickier
2:08-10 Who’s the Man? Dave
2:12-12 Race Wasn’t an Issue to Him, which was an issue to me
2:14 Is it over? Log on and See
3:31-41 VOWS

September 1, 2006

Friday, September 1, 2006

9:37-41 LIVING ROOM NYT The Last Summer
10:01-5 A New Wine Auction Tactic: Bottom Feeding
10:07-21 Wine Lover’s Nose for Fakery Leads to Famed Bottles
10:21-4 How Does Warren Buffet Get Married? Frugally, It Turns Out

August 31, 2006

Thursday, August 31, 2006

9:47-52 Officials Reach California Deal to Cut Emissions
9:52-7 Google Man on Apple’s Board: Silicon Valley Fights Microsoft
9:57-10:01 Students’ Paths to Small Colleges Can Bypass Sat
11:42-4 LIVING ROOM Sharapova and Roddick Win With Style
11:44-5 Hingis Shows a New Silice in Her Return
12:37-41 Bulky Boxes Can TaKE GREAT PHOTOS

August 30, 2006

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

5:12-15 SUBWAY WSJ Consumer Demand and Growth Leave Dell Behind
5:16-17 Intimate aBetrayal: When the Elderly Are Robbed by Their Family Members
6:37-45 Despearte for a Cure

August 29, 2006

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

1:43-4 LIVING ROOM NYT Forget Legroom, What about water?
1:44-7 A Chef Turns his Wedding into a Five-Day Movable Feast
1:48-51 Picasso’s Other Muse, of the Sachshund Kind
1:52 -5African Languages Grow as a Wikipedia Presence

9:41-4 NYT Austrian Girl Describes 8 Years of Captivity and her Escape
9:55-5 guardian.co Kidnapped Girl Found Alive after 8 Years
10-02 Plane in Crash Nearly Made it Off Ground, Officials Say
10:03-4 South Dakota Plans its First Execution Since 1947
10:07 google.com “sirny” “elijah page”
10:09-17 hosted.ap.com Portrait of Elijah Page
10:17-19 RapidCity Journal.com New Governor puts Page execution on hold
10:19-21 SD Governor Hals Execution of Killer
10:26-30 A Man Who Looks in the Mirror and Smiles
10:41-2 The Math was Complex, the The Intentions, Strikingly Simple
10:44-9 Whispers of Mergers Set Off Bouts of Suspicious Trading

August 27, 2006

Sunday, August 27, 2006

10:35-49 villagevoice.com “personals woman 36”
10:53 weatherunderground.com

August 26, 2006

Saturday, August 26, 2006

1:37-40 HOME OFFICE NYT Top Charge Dropped but China Gives Times Researcher 3 Years

Saturday, August 26, 2006

August 25, 2006

Friday, August 25, 2006

10:24-6 Free Sharpcast Service Lets You Synchronize Your Photo Albums
10:26-31 True Mystery: Who Sold Famous Batch of Vintage Comics
10:55-8 msn.com bummer of a summer

2:30-41 Small Colleges, Short of Men Embrace Football
2:41-51 A List Director to Disney: It’s Not Nice to be Snubbed “the puff book”
2:51-4 Harvard Divided Over a Study Room by Alvar Aalto
2:55 CSS cansei de ser sexy
3:02 Endgame Rules: Borrow Sample Multiply Repeat
3:27-30 WSJ Out of Line Why We’re Reluctant to Reprimand Other People’s Children
3:31-2 In the Land of Wrinkled Noses
3:36-9 To Avert a Fractured Fairy Tale, A Wedding Planner

4:23- Cory Arcangel Raphael Gygax Minimalize Mario
4:40-4 www.turbulence.org data diaries cory arcangel
4:53 Craig Dworkin Legion II
4:54-5 ubu.org “Walter Ruttmann” “Seth Price”

August 24, 2006

Thursday, August 24, 2006

3:50-1 LIVING ROOM NYT Defying Law, A Foie Gras Feast in Chicago
3:52-4 Study of Test Scores Finds Charter Schools Lagging
5-:5:10 Tempting Data, Privacy Concerns
5:10-15 Fired or Quit, Tom Cruise Parts Ways With Studio
5:17-19 Star Banker with Future, Emerges Free
5:19-26 Quattrone Deal Drops All Charges, Allows His Return to Wall Street
5:37-41 High Technology, Enthroned
5:33-6 Planting The Seeds
5:26-32 Housing Slump Proves Painful for Some Owners and Builders
6:05-9 For Hedge Funds Backing Cruise Could Be Risky Business
6:09 Disc Jockey’s Left Spinning By Couples Who Program Ipods for Wedding Music
6:14 Radio Daze
6:21-5 Lost in Translations
6:26 MTV Twenty Five Years of Pushing the Envelope
6:28-31 A Test for Alcohol and its Flaws
6:33-4 A Smithsonian of One’s Own In Flagrante Collecto

August 23, 2006

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

8:12 SUBWAY WSJ Sumner Redstone Give Tom Cruise His Walking Papers

August 22, 2006

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

10:08-15 HOME OFFICE NYT From Their Own Online Wrold, Pedophiles Extend Their Reach
10:15-23 Pakistanis Find US an Easier Fit than Britain
10:24-26 nytimes.com Editorial Observer; The Television Has Disinegrated. All that’s Left is the Viewer
10:28-31 A Police Car with Plenty of Muscle
10:31-4 Now the Music Industry wants Guitarists to Stop Sharing
10:50-6 Code Promotions, A Madison Ave Staple, are Going Online
10:57-07 The Tragic Drama of a Broken City, Complete with Heros and Villains When the Levees Broke
11:09-15 Helping Fledgling Poets Soar with Confidence
11:15-12:16 AOL Acts on Release of Data
11:59 wikipedia “abdur chowdhury”
12:16-23 Rohaytn Will Take Lehman Post “I remember the first time I cam into contact with them. I was carrying Adren Meyer’s briefcase into a meeting with Bobby Lehman in the mid-1950’s. They had six desks. I ‘ve always had a yen for them.”
12:23-5 wikipedia “rohatyn” “greenberg”
12:25 style.com “greenberg”
12:25-33 What Organizations Don’t Want to Know Can Hurt
12:34 Tower Records will Auction its Assets
12:34-57 Web Surfing in Public Places is a Way to Court Trouble
12:57-9 The Fame Motive
2:41-4 An Aging Wild Man Writes Again, Quietly
3:51-6 Political Trailblazer is Quick to Microphone
4-02 Britain Charges 11 in Plane Case; Bomb Gear Cited
4:03 Bomb Plot Shocks Germans into Antiterrorism Debate
4:04 Escapee Kills Two Before Capture
4:09 Postmark Could Help Prove Rare Stamps are Authentic
4:15-19 WSJ Judge Finds Wiretap Actions Violate the Law
4:43-5 Fisherman love Alaska’s Bird Creek, But So Do Grizzlies
4:45 Hard Disk Drive, Once a Behemoth Weighing Over a Ton, Hits 50th Year
4:52-4 Political Scientists Get More Scientific in Studying the Vote
4:56 Art with a Message: Buy This House
4:56- 03 Playing Harder to Get
5:00-2 google.com “rachel mcadams”
5:05-9 A Successful Vintner Pours His Pasison into Dynastic Dream
5:14- 15 Unlocking Your Inner Architect
5:15 sketchup.google.com
5:16 What Happens when an eBay Steal is a Fake
5:30-3 Directors Take Note: Samuel Beckett was a Micromanager
5:34-8 A Woman Fights to Unravel the Mystery of Her Rare Disease
5:51-2 Faces Too are Searched as US Airports Try to Pick Out Terrorists Before they Board
5:52 NYT Couples are Breaking the Racial Barriers Involved in Adoptions
5:56 Many Experts Fault Reasoning of Judge in Surveillance Ruling
6-02 Rents are Rising Rapidly after long Lull
6:05-6 Man Who Had His Wife Killed Gets New Sentence: Life
6:09 The You Tube Election
6:15-16 The Coldest Case
6:17-19 The Don Quixote of the Plumed Set
6:34-9 WSJ Hot Rod Haven: Speeding for Charity on a Utah Highway
6:39 Aiming for Diversity Textbooks Overshoot
8:20-3 Billiard’s Best Spin Doctors Vie in a Three-Cushion Zone
8:24 City Subways Put New Cars into Service as a Test Run
8:24-6 Plan for New Rail Station Appears Stalled Once Again
8:26 Out for a Chat on the Street, then a Fatal Bullet
10:05-11 Chicken Soup for the Street Fighter
10:11-16 The Trouble When Jane Becomes Jack
10:16-21 Fatherhood I now Learn is a Young Man’s Game
10:25-30 It’s Getting Easier to be Green
10:34-6 Ben Wood Our Man in Shanghai
10:40-3 Hazing Bares a Dark Side of Russia’s Military
10:43-07 Tracing British Terror Plots, British Watch, Then Pounce
11:09-11 Ping Pong Star Had to Spend a Week in a Cucumber Patch
11:12-17 A trader’s Train to Wall St, Conneticut
11:23-5 Web Sleuths Veryify Celebrity Profiles on MySpace
11:27-31 Olympics Imperil Historic Beijing Neighborhood
11:32-5 Yeah, They Torture Jeans. But It’s All for the Sake of Fashion
11:38-9 Let’s Hear it for the Lounge Act
11:40 It’s Hot. Drink Your Wheat
11:45-7 A Family Tragedy Unfolds Before Neighbor’s Eyes
12:02 Six Women, A Cave and Some Monsters

August 21, 2006

Monday, August 21, 2006

1:42-2:07 LIVING ROOM NY’er John Lahr Petrified
2:07-10 Data Far and Wide
3:25 Paul Muldoon Hummingbird

12:21-3 DINING ROOM TABLE McCain Mines Elite of GOP for 2008 Team
12:23-7 Betting on the Bus Station as a Dinner Destination
12:37-9 You Can’t Judge a Book by the Cover

August 20, 2006

Sunday, August 20, 2006

2:36-36 LIVING ROOM NYT Vows

7:21:51 HOME OFFICE 2:58-3:02 Freed from Guantanamo but Stranded Far From Home Bruno Latour The Powers of Fac Simimiles. A Turing Test on Science and Literature
7:55-7 NYT Call it Crazy? Seeking Science in Séance. Ghost Hunters
7:58-9 mpire.com “samsung 2010”
8:07-10 Accusations of a Hate Crime Expose Tensions
8:25- 9 WSJ A Novel Way to Reduce Home Energy Bills
8:30-1 Hotels Step In to Fill the Toiletry Void; Crest at Avis Counters
8:31-3 Constant Vigilance: A mothers Struggle to Manage Her Child’s Diabetes at School
8:34-6 Keeping Frequent Fliers Flying Amind New Rules
8:38-9 In Literature, Lessons for Life The Things That Matter
8:40-2 A World Beyond Dial Up

10:01-03 Time Magazine, Hoping to Gain Readers, Shifts to Friday
10:03-8 A London Hedge Fund That Opts for Engineers, Not MBA’s
10:08-16 A Generic Drug Tale, with an Ending Yet to be Written
10:16- 32 Advertisers Trace Paths Users Leave on Internet
10:18-26 aol “mirror site”
10:38-41 Where the Focus is Sharp but the Categories Blurry Elizabeth Dee
10:41-8 andrewkreps.com “peter coffin”
10:48-11 The road to Catharsis with Those 2 Immortals Kiki and Herb Alive on Broadway
11-04 We ask So Much of our Batteries These Days
11:04-5 Churning Out Ice Cream till the Sunday after Next
11:05-10 Vong
11:11 Lawman, Cleared of Shoplifting, Accuses Store of Damagaing Career

August 19, 2006

Saturday, August 19, 2006

2:45-3:10 HOME OFFICE pcmag.com “laser printers”
3:10-4:21 wikipedia “bruno latour” “software” “interface”
7:33- 9:23 Katherine Hayles How We Became Posthuman The Materiality of Informatics

August 18, 2006

Friday, August 18, 2006

1:32-42 Inquiry Suggests Marines Excised Files on Killings
2:21-5:20 Matthew Fuller Behind the Blip 12 pages

August 17, 2006

Thursday, August 17, 2006

11:23-12:32 Felix Stalder The Space of Flows: nots on emergence, characteristcs and possible impact on physical space openflows.org/html/space_of_flows.html
5:28-35 Arrest in Ramsey Case Present More Questions than Answers
6:20 HOME OFFICE Matthew Fuller Behind the Blip 42 pages

August 16, 2006

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

1:05-6 SUBWAY Harlem Deli Worker Dies After Struggle Over a Box of Cereal
1:07-8 Ken Richmond, 80, Gong-Striker Familiar to Film Goers, Dies
1:09-10 For French Blacks, a Face on TV News is Only the Start
1:10-12 Verizon is Rewiring NY, Block by Bloc, in a Race for Survival
1:13-17 When Elevators Break Doown, City’s Enforecment Can Falter
2:45-9 Hezbollah’s Rockets Are Critical Issue for Negotiators
2:50-3 Hunters are the Least of the Grose’s Worries in Britian
3:05-9 Planned Tower would cap off Revitalization of Times Square
3:10-12 Four Die on Turnpike as a Flatbed Truck Slams into Cars
3:14-18 WSJ The Guard Dog Ate My Matisse
3:18-20 Money and Happiness: Here’s Why You Won’t Laugh All the Way to the Bank
3:21-4 Bees on a Plane are a Real Life Problem Vexing Some Pilots

8:59-9 PATH What are Web Surfers Seeking? Well. its Just What You’d Think
9:04-6 Charities Begin at Home
9:07-9 Until Recently Full of Primise, Satellite Radio Runs into Static
9:09-17 Student Plagiarism Stirs Controversey at Ohio University

10:35-11:22 HOME OFFICE Matthew Fuller Behind the Blip 34 pages

August 15, 2006

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

11:12-17 ccn.com Jon Benet Killer
11:17-23 wikipedia.com jon benet

3:54-6:20 Matthew Fuller Behind the Blip 68 pages

August 14, 2006

Monday, August 14, 2006

11:35-8 HOME OFFICE NY MAG Out of the Ashes Artifacts recovered from the ruins of ground zero
12:111:12-23 The Survivor’s Circle Eight who were there meet and compare lives
12:23-5 Two Men are Accused of a Hate Attack in Queens

August 13, 2006

Sunday, August 13, 2006

8:20-23 LIVING ROOM NYT More Miata, Minus the Name
8:30-8 For Lack of Teachers, Students Are Turned Away from Nursing
11:47-9 Sizing Up People who Tell Us to Take off our shoes
11:50-12 In Vino Veritas?
12:02-5 Indistrial Art Illuminates Life
12:02-15 Vows
12:18-20 Sweaty Artists, Wild Dancing. There’s a Problem?
1:25-7 Possums are Playing Upside-Down Role in Florida Elections

2:25-4:53 Michael Truscello The Birth of Software Studies: Lev Manovich and Digital Materialism

10:21-3 Federal Panel Hammers Out Report on Recommendations to Shake Up Higher Education
10:23- San Franciscans Try Again to Suicide-Proof The Golden Gate Bridge

August 12, 2006

Saturday, August 12, 2006

10:42-4 HOME OFFICE NYT Once Again the Tragedy You Can’t Avoid
10:44 House of Sand
10:50-11:31 Terror Plot Foiled; Airports Quickly Clamp Down
11:31-4Liquid Threat is Hard to Detect
11:34-5 It’s Not Hard to Use Fluids to Cause an Explosion on a Plane
11:35-7 Scale and Detail of Plane Scheme Recall Al Queda

August 11, 2006

Friday, August 11, 2006

9:50-1 The Customer Wants a Juicy Steak. Just Add Water
9:51-7 WSJ Outbreak of Rabies Mars the Comeback of Canines in China
9:57-00 Corporate Art Choice: Go for Bold Statement or Creepy Blandness?
10- 02 Apple Unveils New Computer
10:02-8 Famous, Online
10:11-12 A New Lease on Life for 529 Plans
10:12-14 Stuck in Phone Tree: Some Companies Try To Make Escape Easier
10:25-27 Want Fat With That?
10:36 New From Toyland: Gadgets that Chat
10:37-40 On My Space, Millions of Users Make ‘Friends’ with Ads
11:40-2 After the Flood, the Reckoning
11:59-Clinton, Unlike Lieberman, Dodges Political Peril For War Vote
12:02-3 At Least 10 Deaths in City Attributed to Heat
12:10-12 A Pop Star with Cheek. And Bite
12:11 acquisition.com lily allen
12:54 50 Guys All Trying to Look Like Bruce Lee
12:54-7 PBS FIRING of the Host on a Show for Children Draws Protest
1:03-5 GI Crime Photos May Be Evidence
1:07-8 Jason Rhoades, 41 Maker of Transgressive Installations
1:09- 12 Let’s Say Your Toilet Backs Up. How do you find a plumber?

2:05-5:12 Susan Buck-Morss The Dialectics of Seeing Natural History Historical Nature Ruin

August 10, 2006

Thursday, August 10, 2006

9:39-44 HOME OFFICE NYT After the Bomb Kills Loved Ones, Life Turns Ghostly in Lebanon
9:44-7 Hit On Bridge North of Tyre Isolates South of Lebanon
9:48-50 One of Two Charged in Serial Killings Proclaims His Innocence
9:51-4 CIA Contractor Goes to Trial in Abuse Case
9:54-8 DeLay Must Stay on Ballot After Court Rejects Appeal
9:59-01 Ohio Republican Tied to Abramoff Abandons Re-Election Bid
10:01-5 In Law’s Charity Has One Donor, Astor, and Few Public Details
10:05-10 Latrobe’s Fizzle is Newark’s Fizz
10:09-11 Murder Suspect Surrenders, Tired of Decade of Hiding
10:11-13 Daughter is Charged in Murder of High School Teacher in May
10:14-15 Head in the Clouds? Yes, and Proud of It
10:26-9 Call it Jeanetics: Pants Now Need their Own Specialist Scholars Jeans
10:46-7 Tale of the Tapeworm
10:48- Plot to Bomb Jets is Thwarted in Britain
11:01-3 Bloggers Drive Inquiry on How Altered Images Saw Print
11:24-27 WSJ In China 3500 Test the Waters of the Pearl River
11:29 Shopping Mall Masters
11:33-4 In New England, A different Kind of Fall
11:35 A Breakout Movement for BookShelves
11:36 a Head Start on the Future of High Def
11:37-9 Weighing A Switch to Mac
12:15-17 Apple Completes Transition to Intel Chips
12:17-19 AOL Removes Data on Vast Group of Web Users

10:57-11 Swell or Swill?
11-03 New Wifi Routers Aren’t Any Better than Last Year’s Gear
11:10-16 Homewners Start to Feel The Pain of Rising Rates
11:16- Hoarders Vs. Deleters: How You Handle Your Email Inbox Says A Lot about You
11:21 For Housing a Finger In the Wind
11:43-7 China Turns Out Mummified Bodies For Displays
11:48 Coke and Pepsi Try to Persuade Indians that Drinks are Safe
11:52-4 The Secret Garden of Ninth Avenue
11:53 Help! Mosquitoes
11:57 Brooklyn’s Bloom, a Sight (and Stench) Not to Be Missed
12:07-8 After Ten Years and Many Turns, Murder Trial Starts in Nashville
12:09- Is the TV Off? No, It’s Really on Standby, Using Current
12:13-15 The Many Voices of Wikipedia, Heard in One Place
12:16- Picture Tubes are Fading ino the Past
12:31-3 Will Insulating with Straw Catch Fire?
12:36 Another Kind of Crisis Management The Change Function

August 9, 2006

Wednesday, August 9, 2006

9:37-45 SUBWAY NYT Lieberman Loses Senate Primary But Stays in Race

9:50-2 NY CIVIL COURT Lamont is Victor

12:12-5 BETH ISRAEL Pinned Under the Weight of Shattered Towers, and 9/11 History
12: 15-17 Sattelite Film Review
12:18-25 A Face is Exposed for AOL Searcher No. 4417749

3:45-49 PERFORMING ARTS PHYSICAL THERAPY In New Jersey, Decorated Detective’s Life is Cut Short
3:49-52 On Amazon, All of a Sudden Everyone’s A Milk Critic

10:50-3 HOME OFFICE Diner Beware: Turisti Pay More in Roman Restaurants
10:53-5 Chinese Tech Buffs Slake Thirst for U.S. TV Shows
11:18-20 The Heroes of Housing are Those who Say No
11:21- 4 Branches, Branches
11:27-8 After Bomb Kills Loved Ones, Life Turns Ghostly in Lebanon

August 8, 2006

Tuesday, August 8, 2006

9:15-11:15 LIVING ROOM Guyton/Walker The Failever of Judgment
11:17-22 friedrichpetzel.com Wade Guyton

August 7, 2006

Monday, August 7, 2006

9:13-18 LIVING ROOM WSJ Are Frappucino Wars Or Frugality To Blame for Starbucks’ Stubmle
9:18-25 Vows
9:25-9 In the Summer, In the City, the Heat Changes a Tune
9:30-3 9/11 Commisoners Say They Went Easy on Guiliani to Avoid Public’s Anger
9:33 10 More Died in Heat Wave, Coroners Say
9:33-5 Theatre District Will Get Taller, If Not Richer
9:36-7 From Squeak to Chic
9:38-40 Tulips and Two-By-Fours
9:40 Unrealized Real Estate
9:43-5 As the Heat Rosee, the Hyrdrants Gushed
9:45-8 Toyota Drove to the Bank in a Ford
9:50-2 Is it the Drun or the Drink Doing the Talking
9:50-2 So English is Takin Over the Glove. So What
9:57-9 The Rich Spend Just Like You and Me
9:59-10 Old MacDonald Had A Produce Growing Coop

August 6, 2006

Sunday, August 6, 2006

9:43- 07 HOME OFFICE NYT Facing Middle Life with No Degree and No Wife
10:07-12 New Voter Registration Stirs Debate in Ohio
10:13-15 Dead Zone Reappears Off Oregon Coast
10:15-16 Wanted: Youths to Help Disarm Weapons
10:18-19 The Summer Drink to be Seen With
10:19-27 My Other Vihicle is a Gulfstream
10:27-30 I Wore Shorts to work and they Laughed

August 5, 2006

Saturday, August 5, 2006

3-5:57 wikipedia world wide web network typology

11:30-3 wikipedia static electricity
11:03-23 Joseph Beuys Life and Works
11:23-46 Joseph Beuys Centre Pompidou

August 4, 2006

Friday, August 4, 2006

9:42-8 HOME OFFICE varnelis.net cathedrals of the culture industry a breif history of horizontality the centripetal city: telecommunications, the internet and the shaping ot he modern urban envoronment
10:41-31 Seattle Public Library OMA/LMN 32 pages
10:46-57 Hans Haacke Framing and Being Framed
10:47-9 printedmatter.org martin kippenberger
10:49-51 wikipedia.com “internet” “distributed networks”

August 3, 2006

Thursday, August 3, 2006

1:26-45 LIVING ROOM OCTOBER Rosalind Krauss Bachelors
1:45-57 Thierry De Duve Marcel Duchamp
1:57-2:04 W.G. Sebald Austerlitz
2:40-1 In Mysteries of Reaching 104m Nrs, Astor Offers A Case Study
2:39-40 Bruno’s Granddaughter Is Found in Times Square
2:41-3 Dismissed Butler is at Center of Astor Suit, Lawyer Says
2:45-50 Inquiries in Britain Uncover Loopholes in Drug Trials
2:52-5 Civilians Lose As Fighters Slip inot Fog of War
2:58-9 Fight Over Evolution Shifts in Kansas School Board Vote
2:59-3 Rumsfeld, in Reversal, Agrees to Tesitfy at Senate Hearing
3:01-3 With the Heat Full Blast, Inconvenience But No Disasters
3:04 With Dial on Broil, City Staggers Through Day

5:41-2 Patrick Meagher HOME OFFICE ANE Office Annual Report 2005

11-03 NYT 12 Israeli’s Die; Sheik Threatens to Bomb Tel Aviv
11:05 Nyer Cold Case
11:05-7 NYT.com Neighborhood Report: Midtown; An Appeal to Conscience in a Hit Run Death
11:07-14 google.com “douglas dibble” “wallace evelyn dibble”
11:14-33 google.com “kirsten westphal”
11:33-4 Nyer Cat’s Away Dept
11:34-5 Wikipedia “chicks on speed”
11:37-45 chicksonspeed.com
11:46-8 youtube.com chicks on speed wordy rappinghood
11:48-50 glamour girl
11:51-3 shoe velocity
11:54-6 we don’t play guitars
11:54-9 Chicks on speed live at sonarsound Tokyo 2004.10.09
12:04-8 Kaltes klares wasser

August 2, 2006

Wednesday, August 2, 2006
10:12-15 LIVING ROOM WSJ Vatican Ties Just Go So Far
10:15-20 SUBWAY NYT City Dims Lights as Heat Strains The Power Grid
10:20-42 BETH ISRAEL MEDICAL NYT No Problems are Reported as Power Use Sets Records
10:42-3 Checking up on those Trapped at Home
10:43-5 Generators Generate Love and Hate in Queens
10:52-5 Restored, an Emperor’s Lair will be Forbidden No More
10:58-11 Union Leaders Say EPA Bends to Policitcal Pressure
11-01 Two Charged in Insurances Scams Now Charged in Killings
11:02-4 Washington Traffic Jam? Senators Only Elevator

10:48-51 Postal Service Finds a Friend in the Internet

11:23-12:24 LIVING ROOM Rosalind Krauss The Originality of the Avant-Garde Notes to the Index

August 1, 2006

Tuesday, August 1, 2006

8:09-11 LIVING ROOM NYT Sumemrtime Tug of War: Cool the Air, or Sweat It Out
8:11 Blackout Losses Exceed Con Ed’s Lmit, Survey Says
8:12-14 Newark Officer Fatally Shot Suspect in Custody, Police Say
8:14=16 Crackdown Makes the Pleasures of a Cultural Thing Rickier
8:50-2 Mother’s Companion is Usspected in Death of a 2 Year Old Bronx Girl
9:04-5 How Was Your Vacation? Humiliating
9:05-6 Say Hi to Your Mom Impeccable Blahs
9:06-8 Rick Ross Port of Miami
9:13-15 Name Dropper’s Boarding School Intrigue Special Topics in Calamity Physics
9:15-20 Into the Labyrinth The Keep10:15-25 Men Not Working and Not Wanting Just Any Job
10:36-8 At 25, Media Fates Came to Call
10:42-5 Some in Santa Fe Pine for Lost Symbol, but Others Move On
1:58-03 WSJ With Planes Packed, Being Late Has Never Been So Expensive
4:50-2 A Former Astor Aide Tells How Spending Habits Changed
4:52-3 The Powedery Remanants are Gone, but the Stamp of Addiction Remains
4:53-4 Teenage Mugger Draws 22 Year Sentence in Murder of 15 Year Old for Ipod
4:55-5 Doctor Failed to Tell Agency of Girl’s Abuse

5:50-4 HOME OFFICE google.com “marisha pessl”
5:54-03 calamityphysics.com

9:37-8 The Mr. Moto Collection, volume 1
10:25-6 The Sadistic Blood Lust of an Attempt to Get Rich Quick
10:39- 40 WSJ Big Screen Miami Vice
10:42-4 The Lessons Learned from Red Green Wine
11:00-2 Tax Cheats Called Out of Control
11:06-8 What’s So Funny?

July 31, 2006


July 30, 2006

Sunday, July 30, 2006

10:24-29 HOME OFFICE NYT Israel Halts Bombing After Deadly Strike
10:30-3 A Night of Death and Terror for Lebanese Villagers

July 29, 2006

Saturday, July 29, 2006

10:53-7 The Fortune She Gave
10:58-11 Town Battling Illegal Immigration is Emptier Now
4:01-5 Brooke Astor’s Maine Estate Now Belongs to His Wife
4:05-10 A Teenager’s Last Steps on a Trail of Missed Chances
4:10-14 A Techno Minimalist for Anti-Minimalists Dominik Eulberg

July 28, 2006

Friday, July 28, 2006

10:45-50 Socialite’s Son Defends Care of His Mother
10:50-2 Mood Over Miami Miami Vice
10:52-7 Chicago Orders Big Box Stores to Raise Wage
12:12-4:23 Daniel Gilbert Stumbling on Happiness 124 pages

8:33-6 nypost.com last call
8:36-9 Newyorkdailynews.com Teen never had a chance

July 27, 2006

Thursday, July 27, 2006

10:46-7 HOME OFFICE WSJ Inner Caveman Returns to Bud Lite
10:47-51 London is So Dry It’s Planting Cactus in Place of Begonias
10:51-7 Nice Rats , Nasty Rats: Maybe It’s All in the Genes
10:57-8 Water Safety is a Summertime Essential
10:58-08 Celebrating Puzzles, in 18,446,744,073,709,551.616 Moves (or So)
11:08-11 A Hotel with 2 Kinds of Condos: Dear, and Dearer, Still
11:11-12 A Bear-Eye’s View of the Heat (Don’t Worry, It’s Cool)
11:18-19 Study of Songbirds Finds High Levels of Mercury
11:20-5 Crash Principals Still Await Payments for Their Work
11:25-6 Unabashedly Raunchy: Peaches
11:27-9 Flying with Children (Yours or Theirs)
11:31-5 Stem Cell Work Gets States Aid After Bush Veto
11:35 Huge Buyout of Hospital Group Highlights Era of Going Private
11:39-47 China’s Nomads trade Up fo an Easier Ride
12:05 The Summer Uniform: Short, Sweet and Cool
12:10-12 In Sleek Fish Market Missing Romance of the Old Ways
12:11 Some Leeway for the Small Shoplifter

12:35-38 You’re Either on the Family Bus or Off Little Miss Sunshine
12:38-40 Tate Modern Announces Plan for an Annex
12:40-8Creamy Healthier Ice Cream? What’s the Catch?
1:37- Options Expand for High-Speed Internet
2:09 http://www.deakin.edu.au/hmnbs/psychology/gagepage/Pgstory.php Phineas Gage’s Story

July 26, 2006

Wednesday, July 26. 2006

10:36-42 SUBWAY Onstage and Off, Sole Debate for Spitzer and Suozzi is Fiery
10:42-4 Man Who Told Many Secrets Kepts His Own
10-55-01 Blackout Area Has A History of Breakdowns
11:01-6 Twist on Famous Forumula: A Severed Hand in a Topless Dancer’s Jar
11:10-12 Near the End of tehe Line for the Powerless, Despair is Found
11:13-13 MTA To Consider Railyard Bid
11:13 In an Exchange of Zingers the Truth can Hurt

11:21-24 NY CIVIL COURT ROOM Talking the Taxi to Higher Heights
11:25-34 Sales Slow for New Homes and Old
11:26-30 TIVO is Watching When you Don’t Watch, and It Tattles
11:31-3 Teen People Will Close, but Web Site Will Continue
12:13-15 Costs of Completition Send Amazon Profit Down 58%
12:22-26 BROWN CAFÉ Celebrity Fatigue?
12:26-8 It May bea Long Time Before the Long Tail is Wagging the Web

1:52-7 How New Deadly Pocketknives Beccame a $1Billion Business
4:25-30 Still Sexy at 60?
4:30-1 After Bottled Water? Purified Ice Cubes

July 25, 2006

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

11:47-12:39 HOME OFFICE wikipedia.org “pattern language” “christopher alexander”
12:39-49 patternlanguage.com
12:49-58 Erich Gamma design patterns CD
1:34-7 nih.org “osteoporosis”
1:51- 4 A Notice to Evice, Served on a White Tablecloth
1:55-7 Missile Falls on Bronx Highway but It’s a Dud Used for Exercises
1:57-9 Seeing the News Distilled On Paper
1:59 Tina Fey Leaves SNL
2-01 Students Died as They Lived, Playing Soccer with Friends
2:02-5 4 Officers Hurt (one by Put Bull) as Police Fire 26 Shots to Kill Dog in Bronx
3:27-34 Debris is Gone but Legal Issues Remain to Sift Through
3:29-31 Doctor Dies from Wounds Suffered in Blast
3:34- Suspect in String of Felonies Pleads Not Guilty, Insolently
3:37 google.com “diana bianchi”
3:37-9 webshots.com “brazil”
3:39-41 Police Hold Man as Suspect in String of Crimes
3:41-3 Suffolk Man Charged with Raping 6 Girls He Met Online
3:43-5 Should Museums Always Be Free
3:52 A Short Course on Bridge Loans
3:54-6 Paying for Coverage You May Not Need
4:07-10 More Lights Go On in Queens, One Unhappy Block at a Time
4:11-18 Shop That Sells Bait to the Stars is Moving Soon
4:19-22 A Vacant Lot In the South Bronx Was Their Paradise
4:22 At the Day Spa, Soaking Through the Night
5:45-55 wikipedia.org “recursion” “object oriented programming” “object oriented language”

8:14-15 Priest Is Killed by Minivan
8:15-20 New York Has Work to Do to Keep ts Tap Water Pure
8:21-5 At Homeless Encampment Some Favor the Mayor’s Plan
8:28-9 WSJ Better Rates on the Web
8:30-3 Take Comfort: the Joy of Cooking Gets Back to Basics
8:36-7 New Headache for Homeowners: Inflated Appraisals
8:38- 43 Internet Grocerrs Can Help You Avoid Supermarket, but is it Worth the Price
8:46-9 Of Poetry and Publicity Collected Poems Edith Sitwell
8:49-50 Central Europe on Two Beers a Day
8:51-5 Cracking the Neaderthal Code
10:49- 51 Major Math Problem is Believed Solved by Reclusive Russian
10:51 Will the Boat Sink the Water
11- 03 Grading Surgeons May Be Healthy Practice

July 24, 2006

Monday, July 24, 2006

10:34-9 DINING ROOM NYT To Flee Or Stay? Family Chooses and Pays Dearly
11:15-25 LIVING ROOM Nyer Know It All
11:27-30 NYPOST Band Plays on For Peter the Cheater
11:31 Justin Time
11:32Who’s the Dad?
11:33 Namibia May Have Used Brangelina
11:30-45 NYMag The 101 Best Cheap Eats
11:45 A Glass of Wine, and a Pacifier Please
11:48-50 Playing to the Audience
11:55-6 Sea, Sun and Hungry Sex Miami Vice

July 23, 2006

Sunday, July 23, 2006

11:32-5 Grease is the Word: Fill it Up with Fry Oil
11”35-40 Cheating the Broker

July 22, 2006

Saturday, 22, 2006

10:42-5 LIVING ROOM NYT In Homes Without Power, Different Degrees of Suffering
10:45-7 What the Naïve Consumers Don’t Know Can Help You
10:47-9 Lawyer for Accused GI Says Confession was Forced

July 21, 2006

Friday, July 21, 2006

10:12-43 HOME OFFICE Slavoj Zizek The Parallax View 4 pages

July 20, 2006

Thursday, July 20, 2006

8:49-50 HOME OFFICE Bortolami Dayan.com “My Mirrors Are Painted Black” curated by Banks Violette
9:13-20 NYT Mag Reasons to Worry
9:20-1 The DJ Auteur
9:25-31 mediabistro.com Q&A: Chuck Klosterman

11:57- passim Zizek The Parallax View The Loop of Freedom
12:56-07 guardian.com “I realized Sylvia Must Have Known about Assia’s pregnancy”
1:07-35 salon.com the real sylvia plath part 1, 2

8:06-11 SUBWAY First Bush Veto Maintains Limits On Stem Cell Use
8:12-17 Accused Doctor Said to Have Faced Chaos at New Orleans Hospital
8:18 Like Having a Secretary in Your PC

July 19, 2006

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

1:43-2:01 HOME OFFICE google.com askdrsears.com “coxsackie virus”

July 18, 2006

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

10:16-21 LIVING ROOM NYT Just Another Face in the Crowd, Indistinguishable Even If it’s Your Own
10:23-4 Want to Improve Your Recall? Try Sleeping On It
10:25 Who Eats Whom?
10:48 Times to Reduce Page Size And Close a Plant in 2008

11-11:10 Maybe We Should Leave That Up to the Computer
11:13-18 GOP Senator Resisting Bush Over Detainees
11:18-28 Brainy Robots Start Stepping Into Daily LIfe11:38-9 Wonder Where the Fat Cat Learned to Eat
11:28-34 Homeless in City Face New Effort to Clear Streets
11:34-6 A Conflict that Will Stay Close to Home
11:43-5 Robert H. Brooks, 69, Owner of Hooters Restaurant Chain
11:45-7 Boy With an Allergy Wins in Battle Over City Trees
1:19-19 wikipedia.com “Robert Hecht-Nielsen” “confabulation” “hooters”

July 17, 2006

Monday, July 17, 2006

9:25-10:11 LIVING ROOM Richard Brautigan Trout Fishing in America 32 pages

9:16-8 The Starsky and Hutch of West 74th Street
9:18-20 A Second Chance on the West Side
9:33-5 A Night Out with Nelly Furtado

July 16, 2006

Sunday, July 16, 2006

11:23-5 Executive Pay: the 9/11 Factor
3:15-21 LIVING ROOM NYT The Minute When Everything Changed
3:21-5 A Twist on Money Laundering: Rob Bank. Rinse, Repeat.
3:29-37 Fleeting Pathos of a New York Minute

7:34-9 HOME OFFICE Where’s Bucky?Dragnet Yields Whimsy and Dread Upstate

July 15, 2006

Saturday, July 15, 2006

7:35-44 SUBWAY NYT A Tussle of Sorts, Over Organics
7:44-52 Keep Eyes Fixed on Variable Mortgages
7:52-4 What Women Want

July 14, 2006

Friday, July 14, 2006

10:11-1:07 HOME OFFICE wikipedia.com “ambient music” “idm” “richie hawkin” “oval” “warp” “bedbug” “richard brautigan”
12:26-1:07 brautigan.net
1:12-2:20 wikipedia.org google.com goggleimages.com “barbara brautigan” “akiko brautigan” “tom mcguane” “peter fonda” “bridget fonda”
2:12-3:04 Lawrence Wright, The Life and Death of Richard Brautigan Rolling Stone April 11 ‘85

5:26-31 SUBWAY Bush Would Let Secret Court Wiretap Process
5:33-5 Ex CIA Officer and Husband Sue Cheney, Libby and Rove Over Leak

10:32-8 NYT Two Odes to Nature, Grand and Demure
10:40-57 foodnews.org why reducing pesticides
11:18-25 For Accused GI, Iraq Only Added to His Woes
11:27-30 On Dusty Corner, Laborers Band Together for More Pay
11:31-3 His Visions of Taiwan Soar, From a Very Long String
11:34-7 Many Workers Fail to Collect in Small Claims Court
11:37-8 12 Year Term Given to Man Who Tried to Seize Girl
11:43-7 College Costs and Sallie Mae Rising Hand in Hand

10:38-40 HOME OFFICE NYT And They All Died Happifly Ever After
1040-2 Loneliness, Generosity and Selfishness at the End of Life Time To Leave
10:42 The Random, the Violent, and the Boob Tube Effect 71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance
10:43-5 Growing up Is Hard to Do Especially When You’re 35 The Groomsmen
10:47-8 Th Oh in Ohio

11:49-05 LIVING ROOM NYTMag Eliza Minot and Her Siblings Have Spent Their Adulthoods
12:08-18 Short and Sweet
12:18-20 Parts of Speech
12:21 Questions for Peter Galbreaith The Break Up
12:30-3 NYTBR Stanley Fish They Write the Songs
12:22-4 NYT Learning to Bypass the Road Blocks
1:03-12 The Boot Cut Slim Fit Bell Bottom Boogie

July 13, 2006

Thursday, July 13, 2006

9:27-9 HOME OFFICE WSJ Court Says Prosecutors Pressure White-Collar Defendants Unfairly
9:30-9 In Bid to Boost Flagship Brand Heinz Courts a Golden Customer
9:39-47 At Apple, Secrecy Complicates Life but Maintains Buzz
9:50-2 How Many Computers Does it Take to Make Contact with ET’s
9:52-5 wikipedia.com “distributed computing” “seti.hom” “floating point”
9:59-10 http://www.wcpo.com/news/2004/local/10/08/seti.html State Employee Fired for Using State Property to Search for Extra Terrestrials
10:33-9 Downtown Goes Upscale
10:39 Out of College, Now Living in Urban Dorms
10:39-40 Don’t Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters
10:41- 4 For Joey Hot Dog, A World on the Wane
10:45-8 Let Us Now Praise Sort of Famous Men
10:49-11:12 Nabbing the Elusive Nickel
11:08-10 Collecting Signatures, and a Little Grief
11:13-15 Chanelling the Cat’s Meow 12:48-50 Mr. Peanut, You’re Perfect. Now Change.
11:18-20 Now You See It… The March of the Futons
11:20-21 Next Door to Protected Elegance, Lexington Avenue Urges, Me Too
11:29-30 Walk a Mile in My Shoes
11:42-5 When the Personality Disorder Wears Camouflage
11:45 His Hipness: John G. Roberts
11:45-8 Among the Ghosts: Heroes and Grand Plans
1:02-12 A. Davies Applied Economics “Computational Intermediation and the Evolution of Computation as a Commodity”
2:55-6 He Wasn’t Thinking Straight, So How do You Get Through?
2:59 Sleep Proves More Elusive Than Many Believe
2:59 Refining Vision Surgery for a Sharper Focus
3:00-3 Forget the Second Helpings. It’s the First Ones that Surprise You
3:35-51 Rogue Giants at Sea
3:45-51 wikipedia.com “munchen”
3:53-01 A Job with Travel but No Vacation

9:45-11:12 Franco Moretti Modern Epic 43 pages
10:12-12:12 Zizek The Sublime Object of Ideology 14 pages

July 12, 2006

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

11:21-31 SUBWAY Blast Levels Town House; Inquiry Focusses on Owner
12-12:02 If Walls Could Have Talked, They Might Have Said Something Classified
12:03 The Day Disaster Arrived on East 62nd
12:19-1:10 NY MAG Some Dark Thoughts on Happiness
2:04-08 BETH ISRAEL MEDICAL CENTER Some Dark Thoughts on Happiness
2:10 The Look Book
2:11-14 A South Fork Story
2:15 NYT A Haitian Exile is Arrested, to His Compatriot’s Relief
2:21-6 Meth Users, Attuned to Detail, Add Another Habit: Identity Theft
2:27 Pit Bull of the House Latches on to Immigration
2:33-5 Century After Murder, American Tragedy Draws a Crowd
2:37-8 U.S. To Test Security Devices at PATH Station
2:39 Reappraising a Bridge and a Visionary

9:05-6 HOME OFFICE NYT Hey You Get Into My Cloud
9:08-15 For Short Stays, A Home Away from the Costly Hotel Furnished Quarters
9:16-17 Even at the End He Didn’t Get it
9:18-21 How Much is That Laptop? It Depends on the Color of the Case. And That’s Fair
9:21-26 The Not So Small Small Screen
9:28-9 Little Shift in Prices of Manhattan Apartments
10:07-11 Debating the Path of Cordtlandt Street
10:11-12 Queens: Two Die in Livery Car Crash Brooklyn: Woman Charged Over Building Plans
10:12-18 It’s an Auction Jim, But Not as We Know It
10:18-21 A Taliban Past and a Cloudy Yale Future
10:22-8 New York Fails at Finding Evidence to Help the Wrongfully Convicted
10:29-34 Feeling Boyish, in Shorts or a Suit
10:34-9 Elegantly Wrapped, in Search of Itself
10:39 11:57 Going to Lyon
12:04-7 Suddenly, Sand Bags and Potshots at Post 1
12:07-8 Avian Flu Tends to Kill Youths as in 1918 Wave, Study Finds
12:09-12 Last Stop Lhasa, Chinese Rail Line
12:13 Does this Goo Make You Groan
12:14 Sleater Kinney Bows Out
12:15 Dead Shark Not Aging Well
12:17 With a Coat of New Paint, Revealing the True Judd

July 11, 2006

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

11:25-27 LIVING ROOM WSJ The Next Frontier Paternity Leave
11:27-30 Getting a Raise From the Boss
11:47-50 Cashing In On Its Chips

11:51-6:21 Considering Rem Koolhaas and the Office for Metropolitan Architecture 177 pages

July 10, 2006

Monday, July 10, 2006

7:47- 9 HOME OFFICE WSJ Online Music
7:50-8:04 acquisition.com “Sugababes” “Gnarls Barkley”
8:04-6 After Delays Wireless Web Comes to Parks
8:09-11 greenmarketsnyc
8:11 The Battle for an Armory and Its Treasures

July 9, 2006

Sunday, July 9, 2006

7:56-9 Ally Told Bush Project Screcy Might Be Illegal
7:59- 8:06 At Colleges, Women are Leaving Men in the Dust
10:20-5 Cracking the Russia Code

July 8, 2006

Saturday, July 8, 2006

2:07-12 HOME OFFICE The Reflections of a Hustler, 10 Years Wiser Jay-Z
2:18 Man Kills Himself and 4 Children
2:21 Internet Calling Pressures Bells to Lower Rates
3:30 Fredric Jameson Postmodernism and Space
3:49-$:42 Spot Check: A Conversation between R. Koolhaas and Sarah Whiting
8:13-24 Identity Thief Finds Easy Money Hard to Resist
8:24-33 Long Sleep Over, He Helps Reveal Brain’s Mysteries
8:33-43 Former GI Held in Four Slayings and Rape in Iraq
8:43 www.news14charlotte.com Ex-Soldier Charged with Rape, Murder
849-50 Europe Drrawing Up Plans to Deal with Shoe Imports From Asia
9:34-7 Working on a Dream: Fine Wines in China
9:40-42 WSJ Large-Stock Managers Feel the Strain
9:45 VILLAGE VOICE Stuffy Schizo Matmos Uusitalo Herbert
9:48-50 NYT Tenant Badly Hurt in 3 Alarm Fire in Junk Filled Apartment
10 For $1, a Collective Mixing Art and Radical Politics Turns Itself into Its Own Landlord
10:01-6 On The Mississippi, A Vision Steeped in an Industrial Past Nouvel
10:11 Solving A Mystery of Life, Then Tackling a Real Life Problem A Conversation with Christiane Nusslein-Volhard
10:25 Prostate Cancer Decisions Often Based on Fallacies
10:31 Jump Start a Heart: The Simplified Approach
10:32-4 WSJ Streep Does a Stylish Turn as a Tyranical Editor but Prada is a Fashion Don’t
10:35-8 Bring Me a Box of Target’s Finest Chardonnay
10:38-53 Did You Hear the One About …The Oxford Book of Literary Anecdotes
10:55-6 The Price is Right—Maybe
11:02 NYTBR Market Tested In Persuasion Nation
11:16-21 A Ringside Seat Reporting David Remnick
11:21- We Contain Multitudes Identity and Violence Amartya Sen

12:59-1:07 3 Held Overseas in Plan to Bomb Hudson Tunnels
1:07-15 General Faults Marine Response to Iraq Killings
1:30-3 Are there Enough Buyers to Go Around?
1:35 Luis Barragan, 34, Executive Who Updated 1-800-Mattress
1:41-3 Tail is Wagging the Internet Dog
1:44-5 Verizon Plans to Spin Off Yellow Pages Unit

July 7, 2006

Friday, July 7, 2006

12:10-16 HOME OFFICE NYT An Outcry Rises as Debt Collectors Play Tough
12:16-19 Origin Aside, Collyers’ Mansion is Code for Firefighter’s Nightmare

July 6, 2006

Thursday, July 6, 2006

12:02-5:42 HOME OFFICE Slavoj Zizek The Metastases of Enjoyment
6:28-30 WSJ Greenborder Traps Computer Bad Guys inside a Virtual Fence
6:30-2 You’ve Got Free Mail? AOL May Give Away service to Soe
6:35 Free, Legal and Ignored
6:36 UK Terrorists Terrorist to Be

July 5, 2006

Wednesday, July 5, 2006

9:45-9 LIVING ROOM NYT The Natural Dogs
9:49-50 No Stove, No Fuss and NO Pretentions Café Condesa 183 West 10th Street
9:54-9 At Germany’s Party, It’s Italy that Celebrates
10:14-15 A Southern Girl’s Dusty Diaries as a Window on the 70’s Miss American Pie
10:18-20 A Challenger Arises for King Sushi
10:20-8 The Internet Knows What You’ll Do Next
10:29-30 Ban on Wild Caviar is a Boon to California Sturgeon Farms

July 4, 2006

Tuesday, July 4, 2006

9:56-8 HOME OFFICE TIME OUT The Road to Guantanamo, Two Drifters
9:58-10:04 nytimes.com O Fantasma, In the World, Two Drifters

10:31-5 TIME OUT Magnificent ObsessionJoao Pedro Rodrigues mixes Sirk and skates in Two Drifters
10:40-2 nytimes.com The Marquis de Sade in a more Complex Guise
10:43-9 netflix.com “unhelpful” reviews

1:37-50 google.com “carol bove”
1:50-2:02 teamgallery.com “slater bradley” “banks violette” “carol bove”
2:02-6 zwirner.com “neo rauch”
2:27- 2 Sitcom Given Up For Dead Hits the Web. It’s Alive
2:31-41 nytimes.com If it all seems familiar there may be a reason
2:47-52 Two Views of Terror Suspects: Die_hards or Dupes
2:52-6 Detainees May Test Reach of Guantanamo Ruling
2:56-05 A Top Senate Repulbican is Uncertain on Legislation for Miltary Tribunals for Terror Suspects

6:04-9 A Blog Mogul Turns Bearish on Blogs
6:10-14 A Gray Market in Furniture Spawns a Feud in Europe
7:23-4 Exhortation from Gourment: Eat, Drink and Buy Appliances
7:25-6 A Magazine Interview or an Ad? Read the Fine Print
7:29-36 A Search Engine that’s Becoming an Inventor
7:41 Couple Found Murdered in Their Home, Police Say
7:42-8 Airfares Made Easy (Or Easier)
7:49-50 I Got Millions for Writing This Article
7:50-6 The 12 Watches a Year Solution

July 3, 2006

Monday, July 3, 2006

10:03-14 LIVING ROOM Rem Koolhaas Lecture to Students 6 pages

July 2, 2006

Sunday, July 2, 2006

7:30-9 PENNSWOOD VILLAGE Oliver Sacks The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat 8 pages
7:39-44 NYTMag Déjà vu Again and Again
7:44-48 Roberts is At Court’s Helm But He Isn’t in Control Yet

Ju.y 1, 2006

Saturday, July 1, 2006

11:27-9 LIVING ROOM GI’s Investigated in Slayings of 4 and Rape in Iraq
3:30-41PENNSWOOD VILLAGE NYTMag Déjà vu Again and Again
3:41 Questions for Peter Handke
3:42-4 Admitting Free Work on Apartment, Krik Pleads Guilty to Accepting Gift
3:44-5 After alll the Ups, A Lawman’s Life has Many Downs

June 30, 2006

Friday, June 30, 2006

10:20-9 DINING ROOM TABLE NYT Justices, 5-3, Broadly Reject Bush Plan to Try Detainees
10:29-30 A Victory of the Rule of Law
10:35-6 VA Laptop is Recovered, its Data Intact
10:36-9 Stunned Campus Mourns its Chief, an Apparent Suicide
10:39 Boy Dies After Ride at Disney World
10:40-3 Court’s Ruling is Likely to Force Negotians Over Presidential Power
10:59-11:01 For a Spot of Tea TheyOffered Ballons on a Cloudy Day
11:04-5 Steppoing Off a Plane, Man is Arrested in ’01 Queens Murder
11:06 On a Shaky Day Agassi Shows Steadiness
11:11-16 Sadistic, Manipulative and so Very Stylish The Devis Wears Prada
11:20-1 Here’s Your Mirrored Ball, What’s Your Hurry?Madonna MSG
11:23-5 A Motley Crew of Spirits Recruit a Boy to be Savior The Great Yokai War
11:27 Boredoms “as artwork, architecture, and principally for activiation” 77 DRUM
11:28 Two Spurned Architects Bite the Hand that Didn’t Feed Them

June 29, 2006

Thursday, June 29, 2006

12:52-6 A Prodigal Goes Back to School Strangers with Candy
1:05-7 Daimler Hopes Americans Are Finally Ready fo the Minicar
1:12-15 Demand for Midtown Office Space Pushes Prices Up
1:17 With a Cellphone as My Guide
2:46-50 When the Bike Path Crosses the Drivers’ Path
2:50-3 That Co-Op Next Door? Bill May Give Its Sale Price
2:54-7 Despite Protests Rent Board Sets 7.25% Increase
2:55-6 Woman Killed in Cliff Plunge is Mourned
2:59-3 Man Who Raped 2 Women in 1996 is Sentences
3-3:01 Anna Castelli Ferrieri, 87, Force in Postwar Modern Italian Design
3:02-6 Flag Ammendment Narrowly Fails In Senate Vote
3:08-9 Bush Says Report On Bank Data Wqas Disgraceful
3:10-12 Breathaking Waste and Farud in Hurricane Aid
3:18-20 Colorado U. Chancellor Advises Firing Author of Sept 11 Essay
3:34-5 My Mother’s Wedding Dress
3:45-7 Lyle Stuart, Publisher of Renegade Titles, Dies at 83
3:57-8 Two New Services Try to Warn You About Sleazy Sites Scandoo Site Advisor
4:01-6 WSJ Memoir vs. Memoir

June 29, 2006

Thursday, June 29, 2006

12:52-6 A Prodigal Goes Back to School Strangers with Candy
1:05-7 Daimler Hopes Americans Are Finally Ready fo the Minicar
1:12-15 Demand for Midtown Office Space Pushes Prices Up
1:17 With a Cellphone as My Guide
2:46-50 When the Bike Path Crosses the Drivers’ Path
2:50-3 That Co-Op Next Door? Bill May Give Its Sale Price
2:54-7 Despite Protests Rent Board Sets 7.25% Increase
2:55-6 Woman Killed in Cliff Plunge is Mourned
2:59-3 Man Who Raped 2 Women in 1996 is Sentences
3-3:01 Anna Castelli Ferrieri, 87, Force in Postwar Modern Italian Design
3:02-6 Flag Ammendment Narrowly Fails In Senate Vote
3:08-9 Bush Says Report On Bank Data Wqas Disgraceful
3:10-12 Breathaking Waste and Farud in Hurricane Aid
3:18-20 Colorado U. Chancellor Advises Firing Author of Sept 11 Essay
3:34-5 My Mother’s Wedding Dress
3:45-7 Lyle Stuart, Publisher of Renegade Titles, Dies at 83
3:57-8 Two New Services Try to Warn You About Sleazy Sites Scandoo Site Advisor
4:01-6 WSJ Memoir vs. Memoir

Saturday, July 08, 2006

June 28, 2006

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

11:23 HOME OFFICE 4 emails
11:23-54 Rem Koolhaas Seminar 15 pages

June 27, 2006

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

1:30-5 HOME OFFICE WSJ How Helpful are Consumer Elctronics Help Lines?
1:37 NYTBR Zoo Story Kicked Bitten and Scratched
1:37-9 Inaction Heros Doing Nothing Tom Lutz
1:39 Mercedes-Benz: From Letters to Hrabal
1:41-3 The Video Game Goes Minimalist
1:43-50 The Skyline For Sale
1:56-7 Adverturers Change. Danger Does Not
1:58 thewashingtontimes.com everest climber left to die
1:57-2:02 USAtoday.com Everest Climber Says He did not know of dying climber
2:04-5 wtopnews.com Hilary Rips Climbers who Left Dying Man
2:05-8 http://talk.ocregister.com/showthread.php?t=20116 David Sharpe

June 26, 2006

Monday, June 26, 2006

11:25-7 LIVING ROOM WSJ Warren Buffett Gives $30 Billion to Gates Foundation
11:27-30 Microsoft Wants Your Office Telephone
11:30-3 Managing
11:35-7 JetBlue’s Story Has a Familiar Ring
11:37 Bloggers Find Financial Support for the Sites
11:52-3 Some Rights Reserved: Advancing Flexible Copyrights

5:52-5 HOME OFFICE NYMag Amy Sedaris Gets Up In Your Grill
5:55-6 The Prolific Wackiness of Parker Posey

June 25, 2006

Sunday, June 25, 2006

5:55-59 LIVING ROOM NYT Women Have Seen It All on Subway, Unwillingly

9:39-47 DINING ROOM That Melon Tenderloin Looks Awfully Familiar
9:48-50 LR WSJ Baseball Confronts the Luck Factor
9:50-55 A Psychotropical Paradise Artificial Happiness Ronald Dworkin
9:56-10:03 As Worker’s Pensions Wither, Those for Executives Flourish
10:07-8 More Marketers Place Web Ads By Time of Day
10:08-11 Takin off The Ritz—A Tad
10:11-14 Nike Takes Chuck Taylors From AntiFashion to Fashionista
10:15-25 What You Can Catch from the Waves
10:29 Big Deal Will She Keep Starck’s Interior?
10:25 Charging Ahead: Gadget Furniture
10:31-2 A Federal Style Gem that Outshines Gracie Mansion
10:35-40 British Filmaker’s Death in Gaza Continues to Resound
10:40-3 Human to Human Infection by Bird Flu Virus is Confirmed

10:47-9 NYT A Strange Loss of Face, More than Embarrasing

june 24, 2006

Saturday, June 24, 2006

11:55-7 Dartmouth Alumni Battles Become Spectator Sport
12:47-8 Pataki and Lawmkers Near Agreement on Tax Break
12:49-51 Details of Drinking and Sex Emerge at Court-Martial of Cadet
12:59 -1:12 Video of Ill Fated Uzbek Rising Offers Haunting Complex View
1:02-5 carnegieendowment.org The Andijian Uprising
1:13-15 8 US Servicemen Charged In Death of an Iraqui Civilian
1:16- 21Young People’s Web Postings Worry Summer Camp Directors
1:22-4 9/11 Memorial Version 2.0
2:37-42 Lord & Taylor to remain on 5th Ave
2:43-5 The Not So Good Earth
2:49-52 For Dealer, Stolen Maps Point Way to Prison
2:54-6 Witness Says Cadet Mader her Have Sex to Keep a Secret
2:58-9 Laswuit by Ground Zero Workers Tests City’s Claim of Immunity
3-04 The Surprise in this Box? A Highway, Some Assembly Required
3:04-8 What Goes Down Drain Eventually Bobs Up Here
3:10 A Move to ban Aluminum Bats in New Jersey
3:12-16 Horror Stories from a Hot Kitchen “he loses himself, and the reader”
3:16 A man Child Who Has His World Under Control Click
3:17 The Hidden Blade
3:18 The Great New Wonderful
3:32-3 Jim Thorpe Pennsylvania

June 23, 2006

Friday, June 23, 2006

2:34-48 Ngai Ugly Feelings 23 pages

June 22, 2006

Thursday, June 22, 2006

9:51-6 HOME OFFICE NYT News Media Pay in Scientist Suit
9:59- MySpace No Longer Their Space?
10:17-18 Simple Math for US: Victory is Only Option
11:05-10 The Ground Zero Memorial, Revised but Not Improved
11:10-12 Humble Celebrity and Eager Interviewer
11:17-21 Dress, Drive and Putt
11:24-5 Do you Really Need and $800 Custom Insole
11:25-35 Where a Comedian Does Her Serious Entertaining
11:39-40 The Effect of Moving 9/11 Names to Street Level
11:43-5 Pastor Says man Discounted Wife’s Talk of Suicide Beofre Bridge Plunge

June 21, 2006

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

9:32-7 LIVING ROOM NYT Justices Divided on Protections Over Wetlands
10:19-21 US Says 2 Bodies Retrieved in Iraq were Brutalized
10:21-3 On Iraq, Kerry Again Leaves Democrats Fuming
10:24-6 Back to Earth After Taking Fall from Genghis’ Family Tree
10:27-9 Former White House Budget Aide is Convicted of Lying about his Ties to Lobbyist
10:30-2 A Legacy of the Storn: Depression and Suicide
10:34-6 Rekindling Idea Genes in a Cold Corporate Body
10:37-9 But Will it Play in Manhattan?
10:43-5 Condos Not Garretts in West Chelsea

11:52 HOME OFFICE NYT Perfect Vision, via Surgery is Helping and Hurting Navy

1:45-2:10 LIVING ROOM Plan to Move Madison Sq Garden Augurs Bold Change for Midtown
2:55-3:08 Murder Charges for 3 GI’s in Iraq
3:08-10 Pigeons May Coo but they Aren;’t Cute, the Mayor Says
3:17 Per Amboy: Woman Who Jumped from Bridge Dies
3:25-32 Breast-Feed Or Else Letters

5:13-15 Corzine Gives In on Part of Tax Plan in Trade-Off for his Embattled Budget
5:55-9 A Sushi Pioneer Gets a Slinkly Little Sister
5:59-6 It Feels like a Speakeast but Sake’s at the Bar Sakagura 211 E 43rd street
6:05-11 New Look a Memorial Lowers Cost
6:17-19 Stabbing Victim Leaves Hospital, Filled with Forgiveness
6:20-5 Sister of Man Whose Wife Died in Minivan Plunge Says Police Twisted Words
6:25 A Graduat4ee So happy He Hugged the Speaker6:25-30 A Wild Ride (digitally) To the Rescue of a Sidekick

9:53-5 HOME OFFICE Finding New Passion After the Pain of Infidelity

Friday, July 07, 2006

June 20, 2006

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

9:30-2 LIVING ROOM NYT Mickelson’s Gamble Pays Off for Ogilvy
9:35-7 Critics Choices Nelly Furtado Loose
9:37-9 In Topsy Turby City, Settling Down on Shaky Ground
10:50 NY Mag Luau in Tutus
10:52 Party Lines What was you worst experience waiting tables?
10:50-11:10 Last Seen on September 10
11:10-25 The Urban Etiquette Handbook
11:28-36 What Went Wrong at Astor Place
11:36-7 Market Research: Outdoor Space
11:37-9 Hamptoms Holdouts
11:40 The Tool to Control Avocados
11:40 Bottle Service: A Brief History
11:41-12:32 Sianne Ngai Ugly Feelings 27 pages

1:05-7 HOME OFFICE Men are Better than Women at Ferring Out That Angry Face in a Crowd
1:10-12 Breast Feed or Else
1:12-14 A Hidden Peril Lies in that Warm Moist Air
1:17-9 Murtha, a War Critic, Assails Rove over Speech
1:19 Airline Engine Breaks Apart, Defying Federal Repair Effort
1:21-3 Falsely Accused of Murder at Age 7, a 15 year Old is Back in Court on New Charges
1:24-5 Library Phone Answerers Survive the Internet
1:33 A Flash Drive that Holds Your Computer
1:35 Camera. Action. Edit. Now, Await Reviews.
1:36-7 Closed by Order of the Cook
1:40-5 Weddings/Celebrations
1:45-50 WSJ The Apprenticeship of a Pot Boiler
2:05-7 Hadid A Diva for the Digital Age
2:10-11 Herr Bruno is Having a Picnic, But He’s No Teddy Bear
2:15-17 For Smart Bombs, Smarter Intelligence
2:17-18 A Fence with More Beauty Fewer Barbs
2:21 Cereal in the Bowl Not on the Floor
2:24 A Mosquito Magnet Looks for Relief
2:56 Zen and the Art of Classified Selling
2:57 How Britain Beat Houliganism
3:01-2 Bill Gates on the Competition
3:03-5 New Music to Your Ears
3:11- 16 Jean Attali The Roman System, or the Generic in all Times and Tenses
3:33-39 Friedrich Kittler What’s New about New Media?
3:40-45A Common Parasite’s Strongest Asset: Its Stealth
4:30-35 Rem Koolhaas The Generic City SMLXL 10 pages

June 19, 2006

Monday, June 19, 2006

5:54-5 For A Medical Student, A Shocking Lesson in the Real World

7:33-43 SUBWAY Marry This Year: In China, All Signs Point to Wedded Bliss
7:48-9 Small Stocks Bear Brunt of Fall

June 18, 2006

Sunday, June 18, 2006

LIVING ROOM NYT Mag 1:55-2 Daddy’s Forgotten Girl
2-03 Much Macho Questions for Jack Black
2:03-6 Logoloco
2:10-13 Heart Ache

June 17, 2006

Saturday, June 17, 2006

12:10-25:10 DINING ROOM NYT The First Gallerist’s Club
12:32-6 NYTBR Son and Survivor The Afterlife Donald Antrim
12:36 Paul Zweig
1:1-12 Husband Aided Wife’s Suicide in Cliff Plunge, Police Say
1:12- 15Growing Wikipedia Revises Its Anyone Can Edit Policy
1:15-20 GE’s Bland Appliances Grow Sexier and Pricier
1:20-3 Now, Free Ways to Do Desktop Work on the Web

6:27-37 Contradictions Cloud Inquiry into the Deaths of 24 Iraquis at Haditha
6:37-40 Pentagon Study Describes Abuse by Special Units
6:40-2 Inquiry into Reporter’s Finds Multiple Failures in Care
6:44 That Wild Streatk Maybe it Runs in the Family

Wednesday, July 05, 2006

June 16, 2006

Friday, June 16, 2006

9:54-9 HOME OFFICE WSJ To find a mate, raid a dungeon or speak like an elf
10:34-5 Dial M For Meerkats
10:37-8 The Trip of a Lifetime
10:40-8 Wild Kingdom: Where Real and Faux Nature Clash
10:51- How to Shop for Flat Panel TVs
10:55 Art 2.0 Paintings get the Myspace treatment at online gallery
11:07 A Soaring Achievement
11::07-8 Cognac and its Cognoscenti

12:07-10 LIVING ROOM WSJ If Your Shirt is Made of Corn Fiber, Forget abgut using an Iron
12:19-24 In Poverty Tactics, An Old Debate: Who is at Fault
12:25-8 Doctors Question Therapies for Sqagging Skin
12:28-32 Students Face Flood of Refinancing Offers
12:37 Ambulances Find Overwhelmed Ers at Breaking Point
12:38-48 Rem Koolhaas Colors 45 pages
12:47-9 Before He Moves in, The Village Voice Editor Moves On
12:49 Girl and Stepfather are Found Dead in a Suspected Murder-Suicide
12:51 Cruise Ship Goes North, Not South, and Passengers Sue

1:42-4:44 Jean Cocteau Opium 43 pages

11:10-11 NYT The Good Life Afloat
11:13-17 A June 16 in the City: Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
11:18-19 Her Boyfriend is so 2004: Can Love Conquer That
11:24-32 Use of Air Masks at Issue in Claims of 9/11 Illness
11:33-8 In Gilded Age of Home Schooling, Students Have Private Teachers

June 15, 2006

Thursday, June 15, 2006

10:18-20 LIVING ROOM NYT Broad Economic Worries Drive a Global Sell Off
10:20-2 Downturn? What Downturn? Lehman Profit is UP 47%
10:30-32 David (Car) Has Better Chance against Goliath (SUV)
10:42-5 Not So Accessible
10:46-51 Gygory Ligeti, Central European Composer of Bleakness and Humor, Dies at 83

4:06-10 HOME OFFICE Stranger Stabs a Texas Tourist on the Subway
4:10-11 No Rove Charges over Testimony in CIA Leak Case
4:11- 17 Hiding in Plain Sight, Google Seeks an Expansion of Power
4:21 Reno Suspect Is Also Sought in the Killing of his Wife
4:21 LI Keeper of Birds is Accused of Going After Neighbors’ Cats
4:25-6 Fishing Boat Capsizes in Rockaway Inlet; Three of the Four Aboard are Rescued
4:26-8 Hospital’s Garden of Sobriety May Soon Sprout Rows of Cars
4:32-3 A Champagne True to Its Roots
4:34- 51 Look Who’s Behind the Counter Now
4:55-03 Product Placement Deals Make Leap From Film to Books
5:21-4 Is Barefoot Better? Some Athletes Say Running Shoeless Benefits Body and Soul
5:24-5 This War Against Germas Has a Silver Lining

9:47-10:01 Paul Ormerod Why Most Things Fail 32 pages
10:39-41 WSJ Kroger Fights Goliath, and Investors Freeze
10:41-2 Interest Rate Fears Drive World Wide Slide
10:43-5 The Wireless Factor: A Challenge to the Ipod
11:06-9 A Road Map to Smart Money More Than You Know Michael J. Bauboussin
11:10-11 US To Review Proposals to Shield Commercial Planes From Missiles
11:12-15 In Texas, Some Pine For Ornery Varrmints Driven Underground
11:17-21 Mixing Diet Coke and Mentos Makes a Gusher of Publicity
11:21 googlevideo.com “mentos and diet coke”
11:27-8 A Little Known Tuition Tax Break
11:34-6 The World’s Most Interesting Article

Thursday, June 15, 2006

June 14, 2006

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

7:15-23 LIVING ROOM WSJ To Make A Point, an Army Officer Helps Iraqi Convict
8:25-7 WSJ The Best Car to Buy for Your Teen

June 13, 2006

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

11:05-10 LIVING ROOM Buddhism with a New Mind-Set
11:24 Art Workshop Lesson: Make Mistakes
11:34-8 Homeless Man Goes on Trial in Hate-Crime Murder
11:45-7 Swaying, and Marching, to a Latin Beat
11:47-53 Frail and Ill, but Still Focussed on Global Health
11:56-7 Flora Gill Jacobs, 87, Dies; Opened Dollhouse Museum
12-12:06 For Lincoln Center’s Plaza, A Gracious Entry Point
12:06-9 On your Mark, Get Set, Create Something Arty
12:10-15 On Reality Meny: Bathos (Lightly Basted with Malice)
12:15-16 Sorrows Soothed with Happy Horns Cat Power Town Hall
12:04 Critics Choices New CD’s Regina Spektor Begin to Hope
12:05-16 Scratch a Workaholic, You’ll Find a Couch Potato
12:20-25 Pak Wins in Playoff; Wie Ties for Fifth
12:25-8 Two Streaks Enter French Final, but Only Nadal Leaves Intact

2:05-8 lulu.com Dots and Quotes Mega Life in the Midwest
3:05-9 NYTBR Inaction Heros Tom Lutz Doing Nothing
3:14-20 nytimes.com Tom Lutz “doing nothing”

6:06-8 Who’s Your Great Great Great Great Granddaddy?
6:08-10 tetondam.org
6:10-11 Lessons from Canada: Snooping Works

June 12, 2006

Monday, June 12, 2006

8:10-12 LIVING ROOM NYTBR Cool Britannia Junk Mail by Will Self
8:14-18 Clones Behaving Badly The Possibility of an Island by Michel Houlbecq
8:22-26 High Maintenance Sheetrock and Shellace by David Owen

10:24-5 DINING ROOM NYT A Ring Tone Meant to Fall on Deaf Ears
10:25-32 Prisoner’s Ruse is Inquiry Focus at Guantanamo

June 11, 2006

Sunday, June 11, 2006

11:20 LIVING ROOM NYT vows
11:21 Strung out on Love and Checked in for Treatment

3:15-18 SUBWAY Was Earning that Harvard MBA Worth It?
8:22-5 Libraries of Gracious Reading, for Members Only
8:25-9 Trading Places, and Saving a Bundle on Vacations
8:31-3 The Scent of a Co-Worker
8:35-9 After Long Hunt, US Bombs Kill Al Queda Leader in Iraq
8:40-1 Leading the Pack at 2AM
8:41-8 How Surveillance And Betrayal Led to a Hunt’s End
8:48-51 Zarqawi is Dead, but Weary Irquis Fear the Violence won’t Subside
8:51-4 Hollywood Stars Shine Down on Protest to Preserve an Urban Farm
8:55-6 Defiant to the End, DelayPats Himself on the Back and Bids the House a Torrid Goodbye
8:57-8 Going Onece, Going Twice: 84 Boxes of Mystery Props
9:01-2 Regeneration: 50 Photographers of Tomorrow
9:03-4 Metropictures.com “louise lawler”
9:05-6 A job downtown for a banker with a broken heart
9:14-18 Suspect Fooled us, a Victim’s Sister Says
9:19-20 Operation Saves Mother, but a 330 Pound Baby is Stillborn
9:21-3I Saw a Deadhead Sticker on a Bentley
9:26-7 Mississippi Charm, with a New York Twist
9:28-9 A Beloved Wife Lives on in Memory, Through Roses
9:30-5 Taliban Surges as US Shifts Some Tasks to NATO
9:35-39 Three Prisoners Commit Suicide at Guantanamo
9:40 funnyjunk.com “my dog named sex”
9:41-9 Commutes of 1000 miles Grow a Bit Longer in Airline Industry
9:45 teachforamerica.org
9:49- 55 When a Risque Online Perona Undermines A Chance for A job
9:57-10:02 At the Site of Bombing attack on Sarqawi, All that is Left are Questions
10:05 In Texas Town, Patients and Providers Find New Prescirption Durg Plan Baffling
10:07-8 Clan Calls Death of Martyr a Blessing
10:09-12 In Test Program, Whole Foods Becomes a Lobster’s New Best Friend
10:25 WSJ In Echo of Murder, two $1 Million Gifts Stir School Protests
10:35 Police Ask: Got Milk Crates?

June 10, 2006

Saturday, June 10, 2006

2:21 HOME OFFICE 3 emails

June 9,. 2006

Friday, June 9, 2006

10;43-7 Narrow Victory by GOP Signals Fall Problems
10:47-51 HOME OFFICE NYT A Sea of Sand is Threatening China’s Heart
10:53 WSJ Inherit the Windfall: How to Retire on the Money Your Parent’s Leave Behind
10:54-5 A Dermatologist’s Skin Care
10:55-11:09 forums.macrumors.com “can I print history in safari”
11:09-11 Vespa’s Builder Scoots Back to Profitability
11:11-14 Colleges want for rah, Rah from Magazines

5:32-6 GOP Fails in Attempt to Repeal Estate Tax
5:36-8 What Happens when Inflation is Overstated?

June 8, 2006

Thursday, June 8, 2006

HOME OFFICE NYT.com al-Zarqui Killed

3:37-56 ARTFORUM “Terry Eagleton reviews Zizek’s The Parallax View”
3:57-4:07 A 10 year Awakening from an Urban Nightmare
4:07-10 DNA Samples Link 4 Murders in Connecticut
4:10-13 Epithet has Many Meannings A Harvard Professor Testifies
4:15 Grandparents Hled in Death of Baby Boy
4:15-16 Rooms Streaked with Sunshine Even if it’s a cloudy Day

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WSJ Slowdown Causes Condo Conversion
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June 7, 2006

Wednesday, June 7, 2006

6:20-7 SUBWAY NYT Wie Wows Gallery but Misses Chance at Open

June 6, 2006

Tuesday, June 6, 2006

10:12-21 Tale of 5 Muslims: Out of Guantanamo and Into Limbo

10:40 HOME OFFICE NYTBR Oracle Bones by Peter Hessler Letter from China
11:12 WSJ A Question of Value Zippo Case Sparks Clash: Does China’s Low Valuation of Fake Goods Coddle Counterfeiters?
11:13-16 Estimates of Copyright Piracy Losses Vary WIdely
11:18-19 A Russian Master of the Whodunnit
11:23-1:53 wikipedia.com Richard Dawkins, meme, Susan Blackmore, copyleft, open source vs. free software, derived works, open source software, collaborative fiction, mythadventures, tagged, theory of mind,
4:26-5:08 passim Daniel Dennet Consciousness Explained “The Third Evolutionary Process: Memes and Cultural Evolution” 26 pages
5:24-9 guardian.co.uk Can You Trust Wikipedia?

June 5, 2006

Monday, June 5, 2006

8:25 LIVING ROOM Art in America The Biennial
8:52-8 HOME OFFICE NYT Digital Publishing is Scrambling the Industry’s Roles
9:05-8 Washington Journalist to Edit the Voice
9:10-12 Technology and Easy Credit Give Identity Thieves an Edge
9:14-7 War in Iraq Becomes the Deadliest Assignment for Journalists in Modern Times
9:18-21 WSJ Slumping Nine West Tries on Designer Shoes
9:22-6 Codes on Sites ‘Captcha’ Anger of Web Users
10:05- 7 “ “
10:25-9 Fake Towns Rise, Offering Urban Life without the Grit
10:30-11: 21 Hacker’s X-Box Game: Defeating Microsoft by Decoding Console
11:29 Sun Protection in a Pill

June 4, 2006

Sunday, June 4, 2006

1:46-7 HOME OFFICE Seeing Red and Loving It

8:48 Sarah Sze: Corner Plot
8:58 British Lecturers Protest Over Pay
9:01 Drug for Bone is Linked to Jaw Disease
9:03 Iraqui Accuses US of Daily Attacks Against Civlians
9:12 NASD Ends Case Against Quattrone
9:13-14 Asian Cars Won 40% of Market Last Month
9:14-17 Victim Recounts a Night of Beating and Racial Taunts
9:18-19 Martha Steward Paid $81,000; Now it’s $9 Million
9:20 3 Men are Charged in Murder of Financial Analyst
9:21-3 The New Chief Cook and Bottle Washer in Beard’s House
9:24 She and Her Graduation Robe Had to Come a Long Way

10:26-8 Widowers are eager for a Second Whirl
10:29-30 Seeking Reasons in Aftermath of a Crash That Took 4 Lives
10:31 Steve Mizerak, 61; Added Pop-Culture Celebrity to Billiards
10:57 http://www.ubiq.com/hypertext/weiser/calmtech/calmtech.htm Designing Calm Technology, Mark Weiser, John Seeley Brown
11:02-42 ambientdevices.com

June 3, 2006

Saturday, June 3, 2006

11:45-7 LIVNG ROOM NYT Questions for Lorraine Bracco
1:11-13 My Other Car is a Millionaire
1:42-3 HOME OFFICE Marie Antoinette’s Devotees, Including Bakers, Celebrate
1:47 ask.com
1:49-2:08 galatearessurection2.com Timothy Yu Reviews Asian American Poetry: The Next Generation
2:12 swoonrocket.com Bill Luomo comment/poem
2:15 ronsillimansblogspot.com Monday May 29, 2006
2:17-22 openreader.blogspot.com May 16, 2006 Pamela Lu
2:24 antimega.textdriven.com/antimega/2006/03/26/smart-goods-the-story-so-far “ambient devices”
2:41-2 nabaztag.com “Rabbit”
2:47 http://www.itu.int/osg/spu/publications/internetofthings/
2:52-3:34 “smart goods- the story so far”
3:35 http://nabaztools.sourceforge.net/nabazclapier-en.html “geek software” in “alpha” stage i.e. hack “rabbit”
3:43 abclocal.go.com 4 Men Questioned in Chelsea Beating Death

June 2, 2006

Friday, June 2, 2006

12:21 HOME OFFICE 5 emails

June 1, 2006

Thursday, June 1, 2006

12:03-5 CENTURY 21 Free Love, Hate and an Ambush at A Commune on Staten Island
12:07 A Jump in Shootings in a Hartford District
12:07-8 A Tower on Times Square Gets New Radio Equipment to Help Emergence Workers

1:12-15 PATH Don’t Hit on Me Mr. Goodbody
1:16-17 I Am So Excited About Crinkle Cotton
1:18 Renting Movies with a Box and a Beam

1:32-5 BUS Saks Fifth Ave Take a Step Back in Search of Its Future
1:39-40 In Paris Suburbs, Worrying Attacks by Youths
1:42- Clinton Opens Campaign with Salvos at White House
1:45 WSJ New Tools For Searching Blogs
1:47-8 BUS Boy, 16, Gets Mercedes, and Woman, 49, Faces Sex Charges
1:48-51 Neither Fedreral Officer Nor Gentleman, Women Say
1:54 Small Plane Breaks Apart Midflight, Killing Four

6:42-5 PATH TRAIN Copycats, or Inspired by Nature? Glass Artists Face Off in Court

May 31, 2006

Wednedsay, May 31, 2006

9:05-7 Fan’s Therapy: Today and Yesterdays
9:10-12 Panhandle Forecast: Hot, Noirish, at First, Sweeter Later
9:19-22 Friend Says Defendant Used Epithet in Bar Attack
9:25-7 Police Seek to Identify 3 Men Recorded in the Act of Using a Muerder Victim’s Credit Cards
9:31-4 WSJ Airlines Curb Bereavement Fares
9:35-7 A Public Garden of Delights on the Hudson
9:39-40 The Coming Rush out of Hedge Funds. Don’t Hold Your Breath

May 30, 2006

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

12:27-30 LIVING ROOM NYT A State Challernger WORks to Shorten His Long Oddds
12:30 Driver in Crash that Killed 5 Was Feeling Ex-Boyfriend, Police Say
12:31 Woman’s Body Found in River in Jew Jersey
12:32-7 The Greener Guys
12:38-42 Poisonous Tree Frog Would Bring Welath to Trive in Brazilian Amazon
12:45 Bacterial Evolution in the Yogurt Ecosystem
12:47 A More Poisonous Poison Ivy
12:54-5 A Little Sting can Become a Debilitating Injury
12:55-7 What’s in the Name? Researchers Suggest it’s Money
12:58 A Case in Point fo the Maxim Do No Harm
1-1:02 Rise in Rate of Twin Births May Be Tied to Dairy Case
1:02-6 Age is No Barrier to Lifting Depression’s Heavy Veil
1:12-13 NYTBR To Taste Everything Two For the Road
1:13-20 Will Work for Food Heat
1:25-45 Save These Books. Symposium.
1:45-7 Tales from the Trenches The Nasty Bits
2:07-9 NYTMag Can Bloggers Get Real?
2:20-5 The Ethicist Death Pays Off
2:24 Corps Issues
2:25-7 Vocabustretch
2:27-9 Free Advertising

3:19 HOME OFFICE Cataloging the 9/11 Archive
3:21 www.911archive.net
3:22-35 www.911archive.net/Google
3:38-9 American Living Abroad Get a Nasty Tax Surprse
3:50-2 Studios Turn Thumbs Down on Film Critics
3:53-6 Reality TV, Ripening in the Heat of Summer
3:57-8 Pays Bills with a Click? More Americans are Doing it and Banks are Loving It
3:59-4:02 Software to Look for Experts Among Your Friends

4:29-38 Unto the City The Wildlife Did Journey
4:33-5 That was No Wraith, That Was My Wife
6:33 timearchive.com Super Mario

8:23-27 Opening That Wallet for a Bicycle Built for You
8:34-36 Developers Try to Sway City on Complex at Garden Site
8:36-9 Greenwich Developer Leaves Most of His Estate to Widow
8:47 WSJ Got $50 Bucks? Fly To Fiji
8:53-5 NYT Maybe Brain Surgeons aren’t as Smart as You Thought
8:56-9 Military Expected to Report Marines Killed Iraqui Civilians

May 29, 2006

Monday, May 29, 2006

3:50-55 SUBWAY Iraquis Accounts Link Marines to the Mass Killings of Civilians
3:56-7 6:39-42 Looters of Hussein’s Bunker and Palace Threaten Iraq’s Heirtage, Lawmaker Warns
6:46-50 On Your Marks, Get Set, Poeticize: 15 Minutes , a Computer, and Thou, O Muse

12:02-3 HOME OFFICE whitecolumns.org “Harrell Fletcher The American War”

May 28, 2006

Sunday, May 28, 2006

3:35-6 HOME OFFICE snopes.com Pain in the Glass. Ground Glass is a Deadly Poison.

May 27, 2006

Saturday, May 27, 2006

9:18-24 BURGERS & CUPCAKES Turning Cramped into Classy on an Even Tighter Budget

7:22-7 HOME OFFICE Filmthreat.com Kung Fu Hustle
7:27-9 NYT.com Fists Fly and Feet Spin in a Place Called Pig Sty
7:29-31 The Unreal Road from Toontown to Sin City

11:01-4 LIVING ROOM Mehta Fiction 1 page

May 23, 2006

Friday, May 26, 2006

3:23-5 HOME OFFICE Brian’s Belly.com Blue Velvet Pabst Blue Ribbon

May 25, 2006

Thursday, May 25, 2006

9:38-42 HOME OFFICE NYT Charge of Negligent Homicide For Boy, 8, in School Bus Death
9:42-3 Luster of 7 World Trade Center has Tattered Reminder of 9/11
9:45 Lost Star Heads for Jail
9:46-7 Is It just Lost Facial Hair? Or a Conspiracy?
9:49-50 Don’t Like the Ambienece? Switch Floors? Sascha
9:51-8 Scientist at Work Thomas McGlashan A Career that has Mirrored Psychiatry’s Twisting Path
10:05 WSJ Charles Gibson is Named Anchor of ABC’s World News Tonight
10:07 Indisustrials Slip As Early Run-Up Loses Legs Late
10:08-9 When Nike Met Ipod
10:09-10 The Bar Code Gets a Hip new Life
10:20 Live from the Quad, Student TV on the web
10:23 mtvu.com “fresh produce”
10:24-27 youtube.com “m16” “hey”
10:28-32 Folk Label Hits Web with Beats, Croaks, Wails
10:33 Bear Ponders How Far Stocks Might Pull Back
10:34 Prospecting for Hidden Gems
10:40 New Domain Name .mobi coud spur Wireless Web
10:43 Pay Grade Banking on Long Hours 185k for Investment Banker
10:47-8 Five Best These Books on English are word-perfect, says British Language maven David Crystal

11:39 NYT Mag Faux Logo Blackspot Shoes “cynicism is the new optimism”

4:20-51 La Femme: Could a 52 Year-Old Mother of Four be the Next President of France
6-6:05 The Village Voice Literary Supplement Installation Art Not Necessarily the News: Rebooting the serial novel
6:05-9 After Nature The World’s Most Dangerous Architect Has His Say
6:09 Mehta Fiction 1 page

May 24, 2006

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

9:05-8 LIVING ROOM NYT In House Races, More GOP Seats Look Vulnerable
9:15-30 Misjudgments Marred US Plans for Iraqi Police
9:30-5 Rough Summer is On the Way for Air Travel
9:36 Ten CEO’s Call for this CEO to be Canned
9:44-5 With $4 Billion, Columbia Raises the Fund-Drive Ante
9:45 Despite Pledge, Taxes Increase for Teenagers
9:52-4 We Care. But Why do We Care so Much?

2:20-30 SUBWAY FBI Raid Divides GOP Lawmakers and White house
2:30 In Shadows, Armed Groups Propel Iraq Toward Chaos

8:08-10 HOME OFFICE A Now-Common Attack and a Family Loses its Men
8:13- 14 That After Dinner Speech Remains a Favorite Dish
8:16-17 Google Moves to Sell Space for Video Spots on Network of Web Sites
8:22-3 Ex-Officer Accused In Killing Had Arsenal
8:25-9 Stories in Heavy Brogue, Varnished with Obscenity
8:31-5 The Empire Built by ‘Idol’
8:36-7 Nigerian Monkeys Drop Hints on Language Origin
8:38-41 Insects: Beware of Clothing That Bites Back

11:40-1 Bird Flu Case May be First Double Jump
11:58- 9 Two Women are Tied to Death of Homeless Men

May 23, 2006

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

12:13-15 LIVING ROOM NYT A Subway Nightmare Will Be the Focus of Yet a Third Trial
12:20-1 Finding Hate in a Whack on the Head
12:24-5 $44 Million Ferry Terminal is to Open n Weehawken Today

May 22, 2006

Monday, May 22, 2006

8:45-7 LIVING ROOM NYT No View, No Garden, Just a Wall
10:09-13 City Workers’ 9/11 Cliams Meet Obstacles
10:14-15 Bronx Restaurant Owner Dies After a Dousing of Lye
10:18 NY’s Disaster Preparedness Falls Short, Study Finds
10:19 Gilbert Sorrentino, 77, Novelist and Professor
10:23-5 If You’ve Got a Pulse, You’re Sick
10:24-5 The All American Pedestal Complex
11:02 Boite Cocktails and Chlorine The Hotel QT
11:03-4 Weddings/Celebrations
11:04-7 State of the Unions Ayun Halliday and Greg Kotis
11:11 After Century, Room and Board in City Still Sting
11:15 Admissions Officials Lament Practice of Signing on with More than One College
11:20 Graduates Boo McCain and His Host, Kerrey

Monday, May 22, 2006

May 21, 2006

Sunday, May 21, 2006

2:06 SUBWAY NYT Mag The Architect, His Client, Her Husband and a House Named Turbulence

8:34- 38 HOME OFFICE NYT Where Jane Goes Without Tarzan
10:06-8 Rage is Afoot in New York, Or Should Be
10:09-11 A Hit and Run Accident Kills Two Children in New Jersey
10:12-14 No Sign Yet of Hoffa’s BodyBut FBI Cites Credible Tip
10:19 Sentate Passes a Bill that Favors English
10:31 And if It’s a Boy, will it Be Lleh?
10:34 Colleges Chase as Cheats Shift to High Tech
10:38 WSJ A New Tax Trick for your IRA
10:42-3 Their Income Up, US Rich Yield A Tax Windfall
10:43 O, Give Me A Home Where Prairie Dogs Roam, in Boulder

May 20, 2006

Saturday, May 20, 2006

3:45-7 HOME OFFICE 4 emails
3:47 LIVING ROOM NYTBR What is the best work of American Ficiton of the last 25 years

8:45-47 N SUBWAY Bklyn Bound Never Mind the Clip-On Ties, Geek Squad Can Fix Your PC

May 19, 2006

Friday, May 19, 2006

2:21-4:57 HOME OFFICE NYT Mag What Will Happen to Books
4:57-9 Apple, a Success at Stores, Bets Big on Fifth Ave
5:01-04 CIA Choice Says He’s Independent of the Pentagon

7:55-6 SUBWAY 2nd Field Season Fails to Find the Ivoy Billed Woodpecker
7:56-8 Youth Who Killed at 12 Gets 30 Years for Violating Probation

May 18, 2006

Thursday, May 18, 2006

9:46-52 LIVING ROOM NYT Light as Air
10:13-15 NYT Mag The Great American Smoke Out
1:11-19 HOME OFFICE WSJ When is a Baby Too Fat

1:19-22 NYT The Fever for Exotic Stocks
1:27-31 Yahooanswers.com “Does anyone have any experience with Lending Tree in nyc?”
1:31-2 Tolerance for a Racial Slur is a Test for Potential Jurors

2:37-9 Village Voice Books Matrix Reloaded The Totality for Kids
3-06 Art Leviatian Drawing Restraint 9

May 17, 2006

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

9:06 SUBWAY NYT Beyond I’m a Diabetic, Little Common Ground
9:06-7 Skiing Beyond Safety’s Edge Once Too Often
9:20-32 SUBWAY NY Mag The 9/11 Memorial Fiasco
10:20-42 SUBWAY NY Mag The 9/11 Memorial Fiasco

3:20-4 NY WATERWAY WSJ Historians and Fans are aracing to Catalog Homes Sold by Sears
3:25-9 How the Internet is affecting what—and how—we watch
3:37 Out the Window Are Linux operating systems as easy as promised? We test them out.
6:24 LIGHTRAIL WSJ Nasdaq Drops to a New Low for the Year
6:25-7 What if Housing Becomes a Tortoise
6:27-30 Triplet Towers
6:31-4 How Apples’s Store Strategy Beat the Odds
6:35 Teen Angst: How the New Tax Law Could Hurt Your College-Savings Plan
6:46 NY WATERWAY Research Shows Fighting the IRS is Often Worth It
6:47 Caring for Wood Floors

7:03-5 Hopes, Saved on a Laptop
7:34-7 Building a Brand with a Blog
7:47-9 Federer-Nadal is Sarting to Have that Frazier-Ali Ring

11:43-9 HOME OFFICE Google.com “avocado and bugs” “Hudson River Park”
12:01 A New Way to Keep Track of Talent
12:03 Askme.com
12:06-19 the office/nbc.com
12:57 turnitin.com

May 16, 2006

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

9:41-2 HOME OFFICE WSJ The Fastest Way to Get to the Airport: We Test the Latest Options
9:43-7 The Cycling Commute Gets Chic
9:48-54 Down the Yellow Brick Road of Overinterpretation
9:54-5 NYT Amazing Mysteries May 7-13
9:55-6 Intelligence Turf: A Guide
9:57-10:14 Langley, We Have a Problem
10:18-20 Russians Busy Making Shrouds, Are Asked to Make Babies
10:28-30 Will the Real Traitors Please Stand Up
10:32-3 NYT Mag Shelf Improvement Grocery Store generics that stand apart from famous brands—by design

12:14 WSJ In China, Maker of Plastic Christmas Trees Goes Hollywood
12:15-16 Working for a Boss Who Only Manages Up Can Be a Real Downer
12:18 Colleges Admit Few Students Off the Wait List
12:19-23 Care Varies Widely At Top Medical Centers
12:23-27 What’s In Store for Your Summer Vacation
12:28 Demand Slows for Mortgages
12:30 Will Melatonin Help you Sleep
12:25 County Kerry
12:35-40 NYT Authors Meet Fans Far From Bookstores, at Company Events
12:42-6 Inmate to be Freed as DNA Tests Upend Murder Confession
12:46-7 2nd Try was Bank Robber’s Undoing, Police Say
12:48-52 Deadline set for Wireless Internet in Parks
12:53 Bronx: Dead Man had Been Cleaning Fishing Tackle Committee Approves Shelter and Toilet Contract
12:54-9 After 20 Years of Delays, a River Park Takes Shape
1 Firefighters’ Lung Capacity Suffered after 9/11 Work
1:02-3 On the Runway : Spacewear Meant to Dazzle, Even in Zero Gravity
1:05 Link is Cited between Smell and Sexuality
1:13-16 On Some Flights, Millionaries Serve the Drinks
1:08-10 The Hot Potato of Business Etiquette
1:08 What not to Wear or Eat Overseas
1:50 This Monk is a Boldface Name
1:51 When a Good Ribeye is not a Bulleye

3:10-13 HOME OFFICE NYT Form Follows Function. Now Go Out and Cut the Grass

May 15, 2006

Monday, May 15, 2006

3:30-7 LIVNG ROOM NYT In Kentucky Hills, A Homeland Security Bonanza
3:37-45 Cheny Pushed US to Widen Eavesdropping
3:45-48 Avian Flu Wanes in Asian Nations it First Hit Hard

6:32-8 HOME OFFICE NYT Tracing Lung Ailments That Rose with 9/11 Dust
6:38-41 Bush to Unveil Plan to Tighten Border Controls
6:41 DNA Evidence in Duke Case Inconclusive
6:41-45 At Sentencing in ’82 Murder, Confrontation and Anguish
6:49-51 Critic of No Child Left Behind Was Disinvited From Meeting
6:54-5 Baby Badly Hurt by Shaking, Prosecutor Says
6:57-8 Legal Saga Ends for Man Who Hired Wife’s Killer
6:59 A Night Out with Max Minghella
7 Vows Renee Bailey and Leathem Mehaffey
7:07 Everybody into the Pool
7:15 Fossil Called Missing Link From Sea to Land Animals
7:16-18 An Ambitious Lexus Takes on the Europeans
7:20 Dude, Here’s My Book
7:45-6 tuckermax.com katyjohnson.com

8:01-2 4 Harlem Boys Will be Tried as Juveniles
8:04 Jazz Lover Fiddling with Bass Causes Bomb Scare on East Side
8:06 Warhols of Tomorrow are Dealer’s Quary Today
8:07 Teaching English, One Booklet at a Time
8:09 Gobbling Away Far From the Spotlinght
8:29 Software Out There: Programming A Revolution Piecemeal
8:48-50 In Case of Disaster, Have a Backup Plan for your Computer

Monday, May 15, 2006

May 14, 2006

Sunday, May 14, 2006

5:56-9 HOME OFFICE NYT Emperor May be Naked, but Artist is a Hit
6:00-5 In Sukoku 9, Little Numbers Create a Big Challenge
6:05-6 The Wndsurf’s Up On the Columbia River
6:10-13 Bush is Pressed by Lawmakers on Report of Phone Call Records Gathered by NSA
6:14 Wal Mart Eyes Organic Foods, and Brand Names Get in Line
6:21-3 An Agency’s Worst Nightmare: Ads Created by Users “User-Generated Content”
6:22-4 Conversegallery.com
6:27-9 Google Shows New Services in Battle of Search Engines
6:30-4 Putting the Wire Back into Networking
6:37-8 Theft Delays Worldwide Cyclist after 44 Years and 355,000 Miles
6:39-43 Leaving the Wild, and Rather Liking the Change

7:56- 8:02 Higher Learning in France Clings to Its Old Ways
8:03-5 New Fears of Security Risks in Electronic Voting Systems
8:06-7 Priest Found Guilty of Nun’s 1980 Murder
8:07-13 Cannes Gold Tarnishes in US
8:14-21Go with My Blessing. And My Staff, while you’re at it.

10:18-19 WSJ Grandma the Packrat: New Approach Finds Pearls Amid Junk
10:18-19 The Biggest Fish on Wall Street? robably Not Who You Think
10:24-28 Hip to be Square: Why Young Buyers Covet Grandpa Cars
10:28-31 Degrees @ StateU.edu
10:34 Teflon Coated Cookware Owners Fle Suit Over Potential Chemical Dangers
10:35 Laptops for Klutzes
10:45 Designing Children Little Man
10:45-6 Organic Wines Make a Natural Progression
10:49 NYTimes H&M Names Dutch Pair as Designer for a Season
10:54 Art in Review: Olafur Eliasson

May 13, 2006

Saturday, May 13, 2006

2:12-16 HOME OFFICE 4 emails

May 12, 2006

Friday, May 12, 2006

4:15-17 HOME OFFICE What’s in a Murdoch-Clinton Alliance? Something for Both Sides
4:18-21 Protestors Object to McCain as New School Commencement Speaker
4:21-4 A Man in a Fishbowl, Marinated in Unreality
4;24 A $10 Million Gift to Slan-Kettering
4:25-27 Police Focus on Driver of a Slain Developer
4:28 Warhol and Judd Soar at $143 Million Sale
4:29 When the Professor is a Tough Grader and Your Dad
4:32- 39Champion (Microsoft) and Challenger (Google) Grapple for Supremacy
4:39 Restaurants Popular Act, Now Solo, Sings Italian
4:40 When Portrait Was Memory: A Matter of Lives and Death

May 11, 2006

Thursday, May 11, 2006

1:40 LIVING ROOM A Mid-Century Knockoff from the Man who Designed the Original
1:41 Modular Kitchen Pieces with Custom Cousins—Henrybuilt 79 Grand Street
1:45-7 Belatedly, Stardom Finds a 20th Century Master
1:59-0 Killer Scattered Body Parts Through Bronx Neighborhood, Police Say
2:01-7 Tax Benefits to the Rich and Patient
2:08-10 Why the World Doesn’t Need Hi-Def DVD’s

2:45 HOME OFFICE Google Co-Op.com
2:46-7 Google Trends.com “ambient”
4:00 Yahooanswers.com “what is buckeye mart? when did it start up and go out of business?”
From: drmark7@...
Date: Wed Apr 7, 2004 3:24 am
Subject: It was *40* Years Ago Today... drmark7
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This was recently in our local newspaper (The Lancaster Eagle-Gazzette)
"40 Years Ago" column:

March 13, 1964:

The Buckeye Mart discount department store, 121 N. Memorial Drive,
(Lancaster, Ohio) offered the album, "Beatle Mania" for 87 cents.
It had Beatles hits performed by The Liverpools.

[The site where Buckeye Mart once stood was later converted into
The Charlie Horse Palace Night Club and is now the Sheriff's Office (!)]


April 02, 1964:

Local Restaurants advertised their menu offerings and specials. B-W
Drive-In, 540 E. Main St, had "Spanish Hot Dogs" for 15 cents; Dairy
Queen, 1150 E. Main St., had hot fudge sundaes for 24 cents; West Side
Pizza Shop 323 Washington Ave., sold a large Pepperoni and mushroom pizza
for $1.75; Boyer's Restaurant, corner of Main and Cherry Streets, offered
chicken and noodles with four side dishes plus cake and coffee for $1 and
Burger Chef, 1105 E. Main St., was having the un-hamburger/
non-cola offering of a melted cheese and large orange drink for 35 cents.

[Dr. M sez: Dig those crazy prices. Dairy Queen is still in the same
Boyer's was where The Bike Shop is now. I ate there with my grandma and
grandpa when I was about 5. In 1977-78, this address was briefly
Tumbleweeds Records, one of the last mom and pop record stores in town,
where I bought many of my first rock albums. Buzzard's Nest- part of a
of record stores opened at Hocking Mall by K-Mart and put them out of
business. The Burger Chef location is now Vanity Cleaners.]

Those were the days my friends, we thought they'd never end,


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