Apple's Tipping Point

Interesting chart theorizing that Apple has slowly evolved its strategy to now finally aim for mass markets with the iPod Shuffle and Mac Mini. Interesting, though I don't know that the iPod Shuffle is a mass market product. Without a display, it seems to me to be a specialized product. I sure could've used one when training for the marathon, though. I had to switch my first generation iPod back and forth between my right and left hands because it was so heavy. I'd consider getting one to just load new music to play at random while walking or jogging around NYC; I wonder if the mass market feels the same.

Man trades in 275K airline miles and $8,000 for a flight in a MIG jetfighter

I received my copy of Esquire in the mail today, and it has a huge photo of Scarlett Johansson on the cover. Wow. I am, like, kind of a big fan.

The Bulls are fun to watch again

I'm a huge Ben Gordon fan. Not when he was leading UConn over Stanford in the 2003 NCAA's, but now that he's playing for the home team...

Sizing translations for women's clothing at popular retailers

Aishwarya Rai, oft described as the most beautiful woman in the world, has never kissed on screen