Friday, September 29, 2006


A bunch of bullets to take you into the weekend:

•Regarding our earlier post on George Brett's missing head: Said head has been located, according to the News-Leader, in a ditch near Camdenton. The news just makes its own jokes, doesn't it?

•We've been busy doing work for the Doug Harpool campaign. A 100-second video biography of the candidate can be found here at YouTube. A higher resolution version of the vid resides here.

•There's hope for the future. New Scientist reports that solar activity will srcew the GPS pooch in 2011:
A study reveals Global Positioning System receivers to be unexpectedly vulnerable to bursts of radio noise produced by solar flares, created by explosions in the Sun's atmosphere.

When solar activity peaks in 2011 and 2012, it could cause widespread disruption to aircraft navigation and emergency location systems that rely heavily on satellite navigation data.
Once it's disrupted, ditch the OnStar and head for the hills. They won't be able to track you.


Anonymous said...

Great job on "Doug in 100 Seconds" Ron...that was cool.

Anonymous said...

I don't think I've ever seen a campaign commercial like this one. Nice job!!

Johm Stone said...

Very good ... and nice article on local bloggers in STIM too. I like the looks of their product ...

Anonymous said...

"Who's Your Ethics Daddy" Hahahahhahahahaha! great line!

Anonymous said...

Any way to blame the increased solar activity on the Bush administration?