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April 4, 2010 at 8:09am

MORNING SPEW: Peepshi, Tacoma Artifakt, T-town Gong Show ...

Thanks seriouseats.com

WHAT WE HAVE FOUND TODAY >>>

How to Make Peepshi = Peeps Sushi

Tacoma Artifakt artists will be displaying artwork at Platinum Reign in Tacoma.

Malarkey's Pool and Brew hosts a T-town Gong Show today.

A new biography charts Joseph Pulitzer's path from immigrant cub reporter to newspaper magnate and boss from hell.

Hunting digital Easter eggs in mvies and programs

Download Zombie Jesus for free

Eight cruel but completely justified iPad wallpaper pranks

April 2, 2010 at 8:49am

MORNING SPEW: Expect wet bunny, iPad, odd couples ...

WHAT WE HAVE FOUND TODAY >>>

Expect wind to blow hard; Easter chill likely.

The Daily Show slams CNN for hiring Erick Erickson.

Renee Zellweger to star in Duets 2: The Squinty Eyed Female Crazy Heart.

Video of tea partiers freaking out

Stephen Colbert rips the Kindle, adds fuel to the iPad hype.

Odd couples

Filed under: Morning Spew, Media, Screens, Web/Tech,

March 30, 2010 at 10:02am

MORNING SPEW: Teri Hatcher site, happy b-day Slow Hand

WHAT WE HAVE FOUND TODAY >>>

Teri Hatcher has teamed up with Disney Family to launch her own women's lifestyle Web site. I bet women are so pumped.

Crosscut wrote about unsolved Northwest mysteries.

This is only half of CNN.

As technology screws with their livelihoods, 18,000 rickshaw drivers in India remain loyal to their jobs despite warnings.

A hotel custodian calls in a bomb threat so he could have a day off.

Happy birthday Slow Hand!

March 23, 2010 at 9:17am

MORNING SPEW: Peter Graves is dead, Obamacare, Sleater-Kinney ...

This blog will self destruct in five seconds.

WHAT WE HAVE FOUND TODAY >>>

R.I.P. Peter Graves

Obamacare starts today. Can you feel the SOCIALISM?

Bill Gates wants his own nuclear reactor.

The Chinese government lashes out against Google's attempt to give mainland users access to Hong Kong's uncensored site by blocking computers' content and questionable search queries.

Not a tourist: On the evolving role of the travel writer in the age of mass tourism and YouTube

Tiny Mix Tapes reports that Sleater-Kinney, that went on indefinite hiatus four years back, may get together to release a new record.

March 22, 2010 at 10:26am

MORNING SPEW: Health care proposal, Chinese sandstorm ...

WHAT WE HAVE FOUND TODAY >>>

Here's how South Sound lawmakers voted on the health care proposal.

Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, after calling for Internet censorship in his country, says he is "pro-Internet" and will begin blogging from the presidential palace.

Similar to our Tournament of Tacos only with beer

Did the CIA dose a French village with LSD?

Chinese sandstorm strikes like dragon.

March 18, 2010 at 10:49pm

#SXSW Twitter Log Thursday

@MATTDRISCOLL >>>

Thousands of people descend upon Austin at this time each year. Musicians, artists, record-label executives, publicists and media types flock from all parts of the globe, unified by the universal language. No, not love - music (well, and business, but that's another story ...). Oh, and film and the Web are now components - big components - at the festival, too.

Anyway, our esteemed editor Matt Driscoll is also at SXSW. And he's Twittering the shit out of it. Click here for his Twitter log.

Filed under: Music, Web/Tech, SXSW,

March 18, 2010 at 9:45am

MORNING SPEW: Alex Chilton RIP, India loves Facebook ...

WHAT WE HAVE FOUND TODAY >>>

Alex Chilton of '70s rock band Big Star dies. The group was to have played SXSW this weekend.

India loves Facebook! Hey India, join our Facebook!

Walmart PA announcement in New Jersey store orders black people to leave.

Bernie Madoff attacked in prison. Body parts were broken.

Have a St Patrick's Day hangover? Click here.

Filed under: Morning Spew, Music, Web/Tech, Health,

March 15, 2010 at 9:54am

MORNING SPEW: The Runaways, Foursquare, national broadband ...

The Runaways, circa 1977

WHAT WE'VE FOUND TODAY >>>

There's a new movie about rockin' '70s teen girl group, The Runaways called The Runaways.

Cellphone app Foursquare, which allows users to broadcast their location and let their friends (or creepy perverts) track their location, attracts at least 1.6 million check-ins per week.

The Weekly Volcano's Music Issue 2010 is now online.

MIT nerds discover new, nano energy source.

Will the national broadband plan come up short?

The battle over internet access.

March 10, 2010 at 9:26am

MORNING SPEW: Nerds, Monthy moving, Halpert the superhero? ...

WHAT WE'VE FOUND TODAY >>>

Nerd Alert! Whatever happened to the cast of Revenge of the Nerds?

RIP: Cory Haim

Rosemary Ponnekanti reports that MLKBallet founding director Kate Monthy will move after MOVE! #16.

The Weekly Volcano's jetpacks are ready.

X Sigma Partners LLC introduced a new iPhone app 'Tiger Text," inspired by the Tiger Woods scandal, which allows users to permanently delete texts that have already been sent.

Fuhgeddaboudit being mayor. Mayor Pringle of Belmar, N.J., announces that he will not run for re-election this November after 20 years of office, after he made fun of Jersey Shore guidos in his blog.

Bank of America is ending overdraft fees on debit cards. Really?

Seriously? Halpert from The Office is playing Captain America?

March 10, 2010 at 7:18am

5 Things To Do: Purcell Brothers, "Fresh," Bluegrass Night ...

Evan and Ryan Purcell

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010 >>>

1. The Purcell Brothers - Evan and Ryan — will perform at 7 p.m. inside the Tempest Lounge.

2. South Sound companies that exhibit successful, innovative approaches to utilizing or developing technology for the purposes of business sustainability will be given SHIFT Awards from 5-8 p.m. inside the Theatre on the Square.

3. Fresh, the film that celebrates the farmers, thinkers and business people across America who are re-inventing our food system, screens at 6 p.m. inside the Rausch Auditorium on the University of Puget Sound campus.

4. The Golden West Restaurant and Lounge presents Bluegrass Night hosted by Shotgun Red every Wednesday at 6 p.m.

5. Machina Mageddon, Fallen, State of Murdoch and City By Sea will rock Hell's Kitchen at 9 p.m.

LINK: Movie showtimes in the South Sound

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