Welcome to Alternate Reality, or more simply 'Life As I See It'. A recollection of a unique view of this order of things.

Friday, January 12, 2007

Fit to be clicked:

The future of Cellular Kicks off with a lawsuit. Apple has defended its descision to name the newest addition to the I(insert-whatever-here) family the iPhone, pointing out that thier product is much cooler then anything Cisco could ever hope to make. Long after this clears up, the future of cell phones looks pretty cool. Historicly speaking, the future always has.

On the topic of Technology, leave it Time magazine's Person of the Year To come up with PS3 vs. Wii, Apple style.

Moving onto Politics, The US President has unveiled his administrations bold new strategy in Iraq, Which seems to include blaming Iran,
detaining it's diplomats and completely missing Al-Qaeda targets in Somalia. The new direction seems to be: I take resonsibility, but it's up to everyone else to fix it. This is not so much a bold new strategy, but a rehash of thier strategy after they pulled all of NATO into Afghanistan and then started pulling themselves out.

In todays Realty Listings:
Quiant Romanian Castle with rich historical background for sale. Come on Vlad, Renfrew already fell for that one. Although, Apparently Dracula wasn't such a bad guy after all.

Are you happy? The rest of the world seems to be content at the very least.

A long long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, astronomers have observed a star cluster. Other then the fact that it is 10 times farther away then any ever observed, it is so unremarkable they most likely won't even get around to giving it a name. A bit closer to home, the Milky Ways very own supermassive black hole, Sagitarius-A has recently enjoyed bite sized snack.

Ok so it wasn't a very exciting week in the cosmos, but the big picture is awe inspiring and here are a few conspiracies from space to liven things up a bit.

Weird Stuff:

Thief steals Urinal from Pub.

Wile on the topic of strange things, I just refuse to accept
that goats climb trees.

Functional and Fasionable, it's the
Fish and flush!

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