“Have you stopped beating your wife, yet? (OSX 10.3, if that helps.)” (via del.icio.us/43folders/tumble)
” —Kayfabe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pro wrestling can trace some of its stylistic origins back to carnivals and Catch Wrestling, where the term “kayfabe” is thought to have originated as carny slang for “protecting the secrets of the business.” The term “kayfabe” itself may ultimately originate from the Pig Latin form of “fake” (“ake-fay”) or the phrase “be fake.”
Clearly, there are people who regard the use of turn signals as a sign of weakness.
“Millions of Americans will add one or more Internet-connected set-top boxes to their living rooms. Once they do, look out.” (via del.icio.us/43folders/tumble)
Yesterday I said “arbitrage” when I meant “Arbitron.” Clearly, I have a bright future in this business.
merlin: Criminy. It’s gotta be 90° in the Zeum/GMT seminar. Kindly hose me down. (via Twitter / merlin)
merlin: L-Taraval Inbound to GMT Seminar. Leo has a live 90-person TWiT planned. It will be like a chunky white guy cage match. But with Heil mics. (via Twitter / merlin)
merlin: @John Gruber: “The Sunshine bores the DAYLIGHTS out of me!” (via Twitter / merlin)
Bee and Ethan share the fascinating story of the road to “Sage Lin-Ying Schoonover.” Such a cool name. (via del.icio.us/merlinmann/tumble)
merlin: Man, I love it when Debbie Harry sings in French. “Depeche-toi, depeche-toi et attends…” (via Twitter / merlin)