Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Today's Delicious Links

Today's Delicious Links


Links for 2008-08-19 [del.icio.us]

Posted: 20 Aug 2008 12:00 AM CDT

  • Is the print book destined for death? « Mitzi Szereto’s Weblog
    So before we go starting up a Kindle fatwah, we need to gain some perspective. People who like print books will always buy print books. The marketplace cannot ignore such a large percentage of readers. However, those who prefer the transportability, the varied features, and the ability to store a multitude of titles, not to mention being able to bookmark them, will add the Kindle to their reading repetoire.
  • Official Google Blog: Time to "Free the Airwaves"
    For quite some time we've been talking about the potential of the unused airwaves between broadcast TV channels ("white spaces") to provide affordable, high-speed wireless Internet connectivity nationwide. For this to happen, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) must allow unlicensed use of this spectrum. If you care about the future of the Internet, now is the time to take action. The FCC has completed its field testing and is expected to make a ruling in the coming months.
  • A Slip of a Girl: Too Hot For Teacher ~ A Slip Of A Girl's Ultimate Guide To Putting On Hose
    While I've written this for help with the summer heat issues of hosiery in mind, please note that this works equally wonderfully in all seasons.
  • Waking Vixen " Blog Archive " I Meet the Business End of Citibank's Anti-Adult Business Policy
    "In a situation like this, I essentially have no legal recourse - the Citibank policy doesn't go against any protected rights. Businesses are totally within their rights to discriminate against people who work in any sector of the adult industry, regardless of the legality of that work. But I can (and did) take my money elsewhere, and I told them exactly why."
  • the wheels come off — day 5 - After Hours| random discourse from a retired escort
    "Drunk people with issues is one of the reasons I burned out on stripping. This is even scarier to me because the system has forced me to depend on these people for my safety. There is no safety if their minds are altered. There is no such thing as a bouncer in this brothel. I wish there were."
  • Serpent Libertine -- Sex Worker Profiles: Amanda Brooks
    "Amanda is a pretty public figure in terms of sex worker activists. She wrote The Internet Escort's Handbook, is a member of SWOP-EAST, and has appeared on Fox News and Bill O' Reilly."

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