If General Kang isn’t enough, find more culturally inappropriate material at the Carnival of the Insanities. And of course, there’s the opposite — the very…
Month: June 2006
A serious note for a minute. In Mark’s non-writing life, he is a freelancer. He has started a new venture, called SearchProf, which will focus…
Found right here, at Rethink (IP).
Welcome to the 39th edition of The Carnival of Satire, where our correspondents wax ironic or just monkey around with a little parody.
Jon Swift has reasons why The Retirement of Bill Gates from Microsoft Is No Big Deal
Furries creep out Thag. And apparently they do the same for Kneon Transitt, as you’ll see with Real-life furries just around the corner?.
We have decided BiBi Cambridge’s The Street finds its own use for Technology (or BlueJacking) is satire. If it’s not, BiBi, shame on you.
On the topic of mobiles, Ahistoricality turned up A Sermon, on the Current Disputes Over Turning Off Cellphones in the British Library Reading Rooms; Delivered on June 20, 2006, in Islington (at The Little Professor.)