Here’s a photo of Russy, standing on high alert on the kitchen counter. I have no idea what he sees or thinks he sees. The picture was taken March 23 this year.
If that’s not enjoyable enough for you, you can click on the photo to get the larger version.
Now that we have that behind us, let’s move along to my wrap-up of this week’s posts, shall we?
- Humor at work: Hear what? For a brief moment this week, I actually had fun at work.
- Unusual: A two-dollar bill in my change. After finding a two-dollar bill in my change at Dunkin’ Donuts, I speculate on its source.
At my Pilgrimito blog, I updated Finding the not-so-secret hidden pizza joint at the Cosmopolitan with a photo. If you plan to visit, the photo may help you find it. Or it may not.
But enough of me. Here are some posts I’ve enjoyed from elsewhere around the web over the past several days:
- Wired: Writer Evan Ratliff Tried to Vanish: Here’s What Happened. Hardly new, but in light of last week’s capture of Whitey Bulger, it’s an interesting re-read.
- Invisible Privacy: Form DS-5513. When the ACLU and Glenn Beck agree on something, it can’t be good. If you don’t have a passport, get one now before the State Department makes it nearly impossible.
- Daniel Amitay: Most Common iPhone Passcodes. My wife changed her iPhone password after reading this.
- Thomas Peters: Pope Benedict Tweets from His iPad. The Pope announces the launch of the new Vatican news portal. Via Twitter. From his iPad. Omg!
That is all, my friends.
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