PT Cruiser Woody Men’s 3-Speed

Cool, though weird that it uses the PT Cruiser brand. [via Dad]

BDN: Two Minor Updates

Blogger now has draft mode in the API! Such a big deal to a geek like me.

'Email is for old folks'

danah boyd has been telling me this for over a year. The kids love their IM!

New name for 'war on terror'

In my opinion 'Operation Happy Funtime Shoot-em Up' is in poor taste. [via]

Amazon No Longer the Role Model for E-Commerce Design

Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox discects some recent design changes.

AIM Fight

It was a close one but I must tip my hat to Anil and anyone in Google PR.

Bush tried to aid Iraqi parties

Clearly this administration would have to produce a televised special with Jessica Simpson and Donald Trump singing and firing people with the intent of convincing the American people that they DID in fact mislead them before they would be removed from office.

How To Build Community

Good advice from a poster in Santa Cruz.

Change of Course

Wherein Aaron Swartz stops being a silly blogger and begins adhering to the rigid ethical standards of major media journalists.

Karl Rove must go

Please petition the White House to ditch traitor Karl Rove.

Paul's Personalized Google News, ca. 2031

I like that the personalized content includes quotes from the reader.

Otterbox waterproof iPod Shuffle case

Only $29 for a case you can use to swim with your Shuffle.

Atom: The Standard in Syndication

Robert Sayre breaks it down.

The Scrolling Belt Buckle

I'm trying to think of a good reason NOT to order one.

Google Toolbar for Firefox

Woot! Go to More under Options and check BlogThis! if you are a Blogger user.

John Davison's 1UP Blog: What's The Big Idea?

My favorite quote: 'It's not the game, it's the parents, and Halo 2 proves it.' It's true!

Motorola RAZRBerry?

Shhh! Don't tell my Treo, but I might be in love.

Lance peddles podcasts

Available via Sirius and the audio feed uses Feedburner.

Online dating? Thin, rich works here too

Hal Varian on the world of online dating.

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