Monday, October 02, 2006

A Window On The World

"There is only one success - to be able to spend your life in your own way." - Christopher Morley

Rendering by Kilroy_60

One of the things I think is great about gmail is the Web Clips. These are my RSS Feeds...

<*> NPR Topics - For Charter Schools, New Orleans Is Citywide Lab

<*> Quote of the Day - "Perpetual optimism is a force multiplier." - Colin Powell

<*> Word of the Day - indomitable: incapable of being subdued or overcome.

<*> How to of the Day - How to Watch Wildlife

<*> Quotes of the Day - "Where facts are few, experts are many." - Robert Byrne

<*> Recently Published/Updated - Senator hot about "imposter lobster"

<*> Wired News: Top Stories - My Big Bet on Biofuels

<*> Top MSNBC Headlines - Official: I was kidding about sterilizing kids

<*> -
Killer nurse drugged hospital patients

<*> - Software Revises Neil Armstrong's Moon Quote

<*> International Herald Tribune -
Reform tops to-do list of probable UN chief

<*> Trivia Questions by Trivia Tidbit -
These newborns are enormous, often weighing 25 to 30 percent of their mother’s weight. Answer

<*> - Bolts' Kiel pleads not guilty in codeine case

<*> About Today - Yom Kippur Prayer Service

<*> Reuters: Oddly Enough - Police move to protect "mystical tree" from attacks

<*> Engadget - Penguinbot makes the perfect driving companion

<*> FOX News - Fox to Offer Free TV Episodes on

<*> ABC News: Top Stories - House Speaker Hastert In a Hot Spot

<*> Wired News: Politics - Love the Leak, Hate the Leaker?

<*> SportsFilter - Police Examine Barton's Backside.

<*> Breaking News: - Women Match Men In Sexual Arousal Time

<*> - Most Popular - Authorities: Parents drove away with bride

<*> USA Today - Study: Anti-smoking push paying cancer dividends

<*> BrainBashers - Daily Sudoku - October 3 - Easy

<*> - Page Scandal Complicates Race For 'Mr. Clout'

<*> TIME Magazine Online: Top Stories - Did a Critic of Islam Go Too Far?

Yahoo! News: Entertainment News - CBS triumphs Monday, "'Studio" sinks (Reuters)

<*> Offbeat - Top Stories - Dry cleaner finds note about 'murder'

<*> Funny Quote of the Day - Jay Leno - "My stockbroker asked me something important today: paper or plastic?"

<*> - Haynesworth apologizes, will not appeal suspension

BBC News | World | UK Edition - Key powers seek Iran sanctions

Official Google Blog - Yes, you can have a pony

<*> MedPage Today - National Screening Slows Sudden Cardiac Deaths Among Athletes

<*> ZDNet News - Front Door - Hollywood bashes media consolidation

Yahoo! News: Odd News - Ark. woman shows up drunk at DWI hearing (AP)

<*> News - Top Stories - Ford sales up in September; GM and DaimlerChrysler see declines

<*> Reuters - Safina edges through after scare

<*> Forbes - Seahawks Team Plane Stops for Rhodes

<*> CNET - Hackers crash the social networking party

<*> - Sprint Adding Motorola KRZR, RAZR and SLVR to its Lineup

<*> Slate Magazine - "Every Person in It He Utterly Destroyed."

<*> Today's Word - prevenient: Coming before; anticipatory; preventive.

New York Times - City Is in Talks With State to Join a Medicaid Inquiry

Yes. That's All! Have you read where I said I'm a news junkie?


Anonymous said...

I love this picture it looks so serene and beautiful... thanks~ M

RomanceWriter said...

I love that quote. It's my new favorite one. Those are words to live by.

Anonymous said...

NPR - YES! Quotes of the day - YES! YES! Dictionary - I own a great one that sits next to my keyboard - I like the tactile feel of rifling through its pages.. MSNBC - I love its pictures of the week which recently inspired an art piece for me.....Washington Post - that liberal rag...just kidding..New York Times - best read especially for book reviews....

kilroy, if this is your daily fare, then i'm even more super impressed - how do you do it all??


The SUCCESS Coach said...

This looks good. I think we'll have to steal this iea. With the state of the world you may want to get some help with that news addiction. I had to go to rehave when I was...Hooked on Phonics!

Annelisa said...

quotes are always great - that's probably why they're quoted! :-)
...but what are 'RSS Feeds'? (showing my 'apprentice blogger' ignorance :-))