Beer for dogs. What more is there to say?
I’ve long felt that RSS — a way to subscribe to Web site content feeds — will become mainstream only when Microsoft introduces the standard into its new Vista operating system. Well, it looks like Yahoo is beating MSFT to the punch. As TechCrunch reports, Yahoo mail will soon support RSS. Users will be able […]
In my newest Gridskipper post, I discuss notorious DC graffiti artist Borf‘s recent scrape with the law.
Parkour is a sort of gymnastics of the street. Check out this video for an insane example — straight outta Russia. Parkour
…is some water buffalo milk yogurt. (Via SNP.)
According to the NYT’s Juan Forero, coca-legalization proponent and indigenous coalition leader Evo Morales just might become the next president of Bolivia. The election of Morales in Bolivia would represent the triumph of indigenous groups over the minority white elite ruling class — as well as the rejection of what’s viewed as American imperialism and […]
I’m usually not a huge fan of cats — they’re too attitudinal; I prefer a pet to be concerned with my happiness, not the other way around. Nevertheless, here’re some amusing clips of cats being silly. Good to see that dogs haven’t completely cornered the market on stupidity.
I’m delighted to see that my recent articles have been cited in some of my favorite blogs: — Rolf Potts mentioned “Beating the At-Home Blues” (and a long-term traveler named Andrea chimed in, leaving a comment about her current yearning for the road). — Mike Yessis at World Hum also linked to the piece. — […]
I won’t be posting anything here until after the Thanksgiving weekend. Vaya con dios. Eat lots of turducken for me. See you next week.
I’ve got an article in this month’s Student Traveler magazine. The piece describes a fiasco that ensued when I attempted to obtain my scooter driving license in Taiwan last year. As the folks at the mag wrote in the issue’s table of contents: “Riding a scooter is easy, right? Not in Taiwan, not when you’re […]