1/31: Morning Communique
CITY PAGES BLOGS
Karl Pearson-Cater wants to know what's on your iTunes Smart Playlist at Culture To Go.
Steve Monaco presents another edition if "My Movie Year (So Far)" at Couch Pundit.
An e-mail from Bruce Innes has Jack Sparks musing on Hunter S. Thompson and buying apes at the Other Side of Country.
Jim Walsh has the latest edition of his must-have Top 20 at the Walsh Files.
Coretta Scott King RIP
Larry Batson RIP
A printer that spits out ultra-fine droplets of cells instead of ink has been used to print live brain cells without causing them any apparent harm. The technique could open up the possibility of building replacement tissue cell by cell, giving doctors complete control over the tissue they graft.
Dean Kamen, the inventor of the Segway, is now drinking his own pee to promote his portable water filter.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Jason Motylinski blogs about A Million Little Pieces, local homophobic radio, his illin' pup, and taxes at Computer Jargon.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"This is the dark side of the reality of war. ...People don't want to know the Marlboro Man has PTSD."
-- Jessica Miller, wife of ex-Marine James Blake Miller, the famed "Marlboro Man" from a 2004 Fallujah photo, in a riveting SF Chronicle article
"If I had to pick right now and make a decision, I would say I'm not coming back."
-- Green Bay Packers Quarterback Brett Favre, interviewed on ESPN
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