I’ll tell you what’s going on at the debate. You tell me what’s going on in the Vikings-Patriots game.
Archives for October 2010
Some NPR employees tried out some newspaper’s instructions for turning a pumpkin into a camera. For their next trick, we’re hoping they figure out how to turn one into a big-screen HDTV.
This is the kind of fun we could be having if the Twins had a staff ace and could somehow get by the Yankees: Giants fans sing Journey during World Series Game 2 @ Yahoo! Video And if a Journey sing-a-long at a World Series game doesn’t look like enough of a hoot, check out Read more →
In Minnesota high school football this week, the best way to get good field position, was to give up a touchdown.
The family, friends, and co-workers of Luke Bucklin are allowing us all to experience the helplessness and hopefulness that they are, thanks to the medium in which Bucklin makes his living — the Internet.
How do you want to reveal yourself, the ‘what’ is easy but the ‘how’ is hard, fear the pumpkin, how biased are you, and when dreams come true.
Is a person appearing to talk on a cellphone in a Chaplin film from the future?
Is Randy Moss really happy to be back in Minnesota? Some Minnesota sportswriters are tweeting that he won’t talk to the locals.
The Guardian blows the lid off the soccer-predicting octopus story.
To what extent are the people who are just getting around to paying attention to the candidates digging deeply into the coverage provided so far?
Years after completion of the replacement for the collapsed I35W bridge in Minneapolis, the Minnesota Supreme Court today rejected a claim by companies that lost out in the bidding process.
Did an NBC affiliate in Texas believe that asking ‘are homosexuals the downfall of America’ was a neutrally phrased question?
A heavy dose of ‘false,’ should teachers be allowed to discuss homosexuality, when government is private business’ best friend, flight attendants on food stamps, and ideas for calling in sick.
A survey shows Democrats are more likely to support funding for NPR than Republicans.
The Delaware Senate candidate threatened to sue a Delaware radio station if a video of an interview with her was posted online. It was. She didn’t.