A site that offers one large, continuous picture of the globe at night. The US easily edges out Europe for the Most Well Lit category....
This study conducted by the Pew Internet and American Life project surveys how Americans are using the Internet, and what effect that use is having on their lives. Surprisingly (or not, depending on your expectations) it paints a picture of e-mail and the Web already becoming an integral part of the average American's daily life.
This New York Times Op-Ed piece presents an interesting view of the Saudi Arabian reactions to September 11th. (Osama Bin Laden may have been behind the attacks, but fifteen of the hijackers were reportedly from Saudi Arabia.)
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This is an excellent biography and bibliography of Argentine writer Julio Cortzar. Read about one of the most fascinating and influential writers of the past 100 years.
Your friends decide they want to get married and it's 3:30am and there's no clergy in sight...what do you do? Visit the Universal Life Church web site, of course!
Any DJ can spin vinyl records, but it takes creativity, determination, and a serious retro streak to become a real Cassette Jockey.
An interesting article pointing out, among other things, that Microsoft's soft money donations for the 2000 election cycle significantly exceeded Enron's.
This is an excerpt of an interview from the current issue of the Paris Review. Luisa Valenzuela is one of Argentina's greatest writers. Here she discusses her training in journalism and its effect on her writing, Julio Cortazar, and the writing process itself.