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Monthly Archives: August 2008


Michelle Obama: ‘My husband’ will be ‘an extraordinary president’

Ted Kennedy
Kennedy electrifies Democratic convention with appearance

DNC on Youtube



I Was There. Just Ask Photoshop.
The New York Times

Working Class or Upper Crust, Tacos for All in the Hamptons
The New York Times

ESPN Eyes Rights to Games in 2014 and 2016

“Our DNA is different than theirs,” John Skipper, ESPN’s executive vice president for content said by telephone on Tuesday. “We serve sports fans. It’s hard in our culture to fathom tape-delaying in the same way they have. I’m not suggesting it wasn’t the smart thing for them to do, but it’s not our culture. We did Euro 2008 in the afternoon. We’ve done the World Cup in the middle of the morning. We have different audiences.”

The New York Times

Obama’s Wide Web
From YouTube to Text Messaging, Candidate’s Team Connects to Voters
The Washington Post

College chiefs urge new debate on drinking age

Rethink drinking age, many U.S. college presidents say

Is Jon Stewart the Most Trusted Man in America?
New York Times

From Fashionista:
So here’s something that shouldn’t shock us, but somehow, totally did:

We were having a nice morning chat with a friend of ours that works at a Louis Vuitton boutique and she said:

“Oh god, I have to help re-tag all the items at the store tomorrow. So annoying.”

Why? Is there a sale?

“No, we’re just upping the prices.”


“We always do. Like twice a year, we up all the prices by 5%.”


“I have no idea. Because we can?”

And there you have it.

Vanity Fair