My two favorite radio moments of the week.
Archives for June 12, 2009
Like many people, we’ve been watching the images coming out of Iran today where voters are selecting a president. The polls had to be ordered to stay open to accommodate the crush of voters. It’s the kind of factoid that can easily lead one to sigh and think, “If only we took elections that seriously.” Read more →
How long will it take American business to recover from the strategy it used to survive a recession?
Among the day’s unanswerable questions — why can’t the Twins win on the road or when will the Minnesota Senate race end, for example — we add one more this afternoon: Why do we have fingerprints? Up until now, it’s been theorized that fingerprints exist to create friction when we grab things. Scientists today announced Read more →
I stumbled across this while doing some Google searches this morning. The governor is buying ads on Google to tout his Web site, which asks for political contributions, even though he’s already announced he’s not running again. Apparently they’ve been running for at least a week. Based on our own knowledge of Googleads, playing around Read more →
Singing is healthy, space is still cool, charter schools get creative, Colbert channels Bob Hope, and conservatives react to the Holocaust Museum shooting.
It’s been a long, long time since we’ve seen such a compelling picture.