Age: “Psychologists probing the wave of corporate crime in America have noticed a trend that may not surprise many workers: the boss could well be a psychopath.”
BBC quiz helps you choose a premiership team.
Microsoft apologizes for NYC graffiti: “MICROSOFT has apologized to New York City for blanketing public property with hundreds of butterfly decals used to promote the company’s new MSN 8 internet service.”
BBC: Eminem impersonator causes panic
BBC report on serious crime fighting in England: “closed-circuit television cameras are also being used in an effort to identify other people throwing bread for the pigeons.”
I had a dream that it was really trendy to wear bits of curtains as scarfs. Then some super-fashionistas took it further by wearing a short section of the curtain railing, arranged like a stiff collar that stuck up as high as their chins in front.
(I know other people’s dreams are boring, but I couldn’t resist)
Sites missing from Google
“Most of the missing sites are ones that deny the Holocaust or promote white supremacy. France and Germany have strict laws banning hate speech, while the United States favors freedom of expression even for unpopular viewpoints.”
“Mr Edelman said users would have no inkling of any exclusions unless they compared search results side by side. He suggested Google could better serve users by inserting a “placeholder” where sites are removed due to government or other censorship.”
BBC: AOL Time Warner to restate results
“Dot.com icon America Online has overstated its results over two years, bosses of the internet firm have revealed in a statement revealing a continuing slump in ad takings.”
Remember when you could trust accountants?
TV Cream – waste days of your life tracking down tv shows you almost remember from when you were a kid.