To get your movie weekend fix, follow these five Twitterers behind this week’s biggest releases. (Just don’t tweet during the movie.)
Former Pakistan president/military ruler Pervez Musharraf just revealed the launch of his new political party, the “All Pakistan Muslim League,” to a crowd of about 200 people today at the security-heavy One White Hall Place in London.
Ladies, have you ever agonized over what exactly it is men are looking for in a woman? Right, neither have we. But if you have, the time to agonize is over; men are most attracted to women with great arms.
If it wasn’t obvious before, then it should be clear now that Wayne Brady is nowhere near as square as we once thought. In fact, at this point, you can pretty confidently say he’s got swagger.
What issue has been weighing most heavily on the minds of Senators? Taxes? Immigration? Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell? Well, perhaps. But luckily they’ve managed to focus and come together to tackle the really big issue–the volume of …
Friday’s links ring in October with fast Wi-Fi, stupid appliances and operatic court appearances.
Inhabitants of the Antarctic will be glad to hear that their desire to access cutting edge technology is finally being recognized. (via Techland)
Mark Twain famously said that “golf is a good walk spoiled.” Be thankful he’s not in Wales for the 38th Ryder Cup then: you can barely walk let alone play the game.
Stop the presses. Freedom needs Corrections. Dozens of copies of Jonathan Franzen’s novel Freedom face being pulped due to a printing error.
“This really trips up the creep factor because it’s one of those things that you sort of intrinsically think the government shouldn’t be doing.”
— FREDERICK LANE, Vermont-based privacy expert, on the federal government …
And let’s be honest: if you need to ask the question, you clearly don’t live in one of them.