March 18th, 2008. Write it down. It will be an historical date. Listen to it. Only thirty seven minutes.
On my visit to Barnes & Noble today, I purchased the Barack Obama book, The Audacity of Hope, in paperback. It looks interesting. I’ll let you know what I think, after I finish reading it.
I read this on the BBC News site.
Tony Blair is to teach students at Yale University in the US when he leads a seminar on faith and globalisation.
The former prime minister has been appointed as a fellow at Yale and will begin teaching next year.
The prestigious Connecticut university said the work was related to Mr Blair’s Faith Foundation which will be launched later this year.
What does this mean??!
This is a test to see if I can put a date on a blog to be posted at a time after I actually post.
It is now 9:19pm. I’m dating the post as today at 9:30pm.
Okay, I’ve just added this text. I want it to update the post at 9:45pm.
Very cool. It actually removed the post until the above time rolled around.
I went through some old posts on another of my blogs and found this quote:
Let’s see…the situation in Iraq is deteriorating, tens of millions of Americans are uninsured, the public education system is a disgrace and Congress is debating…flag burning? It’s good to see their priorities are in order. I know that if I’m a guy with a son in Iraq, helping out a parent who worked for a company where the pension fund went south, and whose daughter can’t get a decent education, flag burning it what I think about when I wake up each day, and I’m glad Congress shares my priorities. But what I really want to know, if I’m that guy, is when our elected represenatives are going to have more hearings on steroid abuse in professional baseball.
It’s from Seth Greenland’s post on Huffington Post on June 22, 2005.
There appears to be some backlash on Senator Clinton for her response on 60 Minutes last night about whether she believes that Senator Obama is a Muslim.
As a seasoned politician she plants seeds of doubt with key phrases such as, “I take him on the basis of what he says,” and “As far as I know.” The thing is, that it’s not even subtle.
Another gaff for the Clinton campaign. She’s making people more and more angry at her, because she looks even more and more like the kind of politician that the country is tired of.
A friend sent me an article from the New York Times that says Barack Obama’s site is like a Mac and Hillary Clinton’s is like a PC.
That’s pretty funny and a light article to read. I just want to know if that makes John McCain’s website like a TRS-80.
According to Fortune, Apple has improved it’s product line:
For once the rumor mills had it (mostly) right: the new lineup of MacBook Pros that many had expected Steve Jobs to introduce at Macworld last month did indeed arrive today, Feb. 26, as anticipated.
Blockquote seems to work well, and links is working too!
Welcome to WordPress.com. This is your first post. Edit or delete it and start blogging!