OMG Hil is SO Pressed for Barack

June 8, 2008 at 12:07 pm 2 comments

Picking a vice presidential candidate is a lot like choosing a prom date.  Politics would be a lot more fun if politicians had IM and  we could read their transcripts… (On a related note, at the AIPAC Conference this past week, Clinton and Obama apparently walked past one another in the hallway, but didn’t speak.  This totally sounds like high school gossip to me: “Ohmigod, did you hear that Hil walked past Barack and she didn’t even talk to him??!!  Wait till Heather hears…”

Free cell phone services that are useful.  You all know about GOOG411 already, but have you heard of ChaCha or Jott yet?

The best seats in Nationals Park!

Public universities in Maryland are freezing tuition for the third year in a row (for the upcoming academic year).  Great news for my family, because we STOPPED paying tuition three years ago.  Someone in the state house is sticking out their tongue at us.

Oh, and Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me! was really good this week.

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Entry filed under: 2008 Presidential Election, Maryland, Nationals, New York Times, NPR, Politics, Sports, Washington Post.

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  • 1. AlanM  |  June 9, 2008 at 11:51 am

    Jott is cool, but when it comes to free directory assistance (411), you have choices including several that have been around since well before the Google version and many that have come out since.

    I prefer the ones that use real people and not machines. I use 800-411-SAVE because they have live operators and can find businesses, people, and even government offices in the US and Canada.

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  • 2. Andrea  |  June 27, 2008 at 10:13 am

    Cha Cha is weird. Tsyvine insists that it’s awesome, and we toyed with it for one evening only. Based on the speed and accuracy, I think we’re all better off having internet on our phones.

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