Well, we've moved on from Facebook and Greece has returned to the headlines.
- Repurcussions of Greece withdrawing from the Eurozone? For starters, several thousand TV pundits will need new jobs.
- Jeff Matthews got the Facebook thing dead right. Anybody who thought of this as a long term investment has nobody but themselves to blame.
- Just ordered a couple of pieces to complete my old Rosenthal china set from Replacements Limited. I've been looking for the pieces for a while and had not found them, but became aware of this retailer after this piece about their support of gay marriage was published. Quite happy to have gotten the items I want while supporting their business.
- My cat likes popcorn. And potato chips. She's sometimes quite weird, but I've been trying to make the most of it with cat videos.
- "Combat Rock" remains one of the most geopolitically significant albums of my lifetime. "Should I stay or should I go?" and "Rock the Casbah" almost could have been written yesterday, though I suppose the background lyrics on the former would have to be in Arabic not Spanish.
- Still having a bit of fun playing with the iOS development environment, but still no idea what I'll do with it besides just being more familiar with how things are done in the mobile world.
- At the same time, looking forward to my friend Nurit's "Design Sustainability" class at UCLA starting next quarter. Was wildly well reviewed the first time.
- With Amazon Prime, why should I ever leave the house anymore?
- And to end with an oldie but a goodie: Apparently the Greeks have decided to repay their debt to the Eurozone. In order to do so, they've had a huge wooden horse delivered to the Bundesbank.