Commonplace links | Bleader

Friday, February 22, 2008

Commonplace links

Posted By on 02.22.08 at 09:40 AM

Sign up for our newsletters Subscribe

Reason Magazine - CSI: Mississippi

'He claims to have perfected a method of identifying bite marks using laser light and orange goggles that he modestly calls “the West Phenomenon.” He has said his error rate in bite mark analysis is “something less” than the error rate of “my savior, Jesus Christ” and has compared his bite mark virtuosity with the musical talent of Itzhak Perlman.'

More Americans Are Giving Up Golf - New York Times

“The problem is time,” offered Walter Hurney, a real estate developer. “There just isn’t enough time. Men won’t spend a whole day away from their family anymore.”

God And The City -

"Then he said, 'Okay, if I do end up finding drugs, can I get your number so I can let you know?' I was thinking, does that ever work?"

Chris Harrison - Visualizing the Bible

"Different colors are used for various arc lengths, creating a rainbow like effect. The bar graph running along the bottom shows every chapter in the Bible and their respective lengths (in verses). Books alternate in color between white and light gray."

PBS - Television - New York Times

"At its best public television adds a little grace note to our lives, but public radio fills a void."

Single Serving Sites (

"Lately I've noticed a pattern of people building Single Serving Sites, web sites comprised of a single page with a dedicated domain name and do only one thing."



Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

More by Whet Moser

  • —30—

    A farewell, and some favorite pieces from the Reader.
    • Jan 14, 2011
  • The Very Political Life of Bill Daley

    Bill Daley: lifetime centrist
    • Jan 14, 2011
  • The Hidden Hands

    The Hidden Hands

    In every successful campaign—and every dud—pros are masterminding and organizing from offstage. Meet the people behind six mayoral candidates.
    • Jan 13, 2011
  • More »

The Bleader Archive

Popular Stories