The longest match in Wimbledon history, liveblogged. Gets good starting around 4.05pm
“6pm: The score stands at 34-34. In order to stay upright and keep their strength, John Isner and Nicolas Mahut have now started eating members of the audience. They trudge back to the baseline, gnawing on thigh-bones and sucking intestines. They have decided that they will stay on Court 18 until every spectator is eaten. Only then, they say, will they consider ending their contest.”
On a confusing set of daily medications, Bacon is truly a Begbie now.
Be sure not to mix up the "Two once a day" with the "One twice a day" with the "One three times a day" with the "Two every day for three days, then every other day".
DOGS ARE HARD! LET'S GO SHOPPING!
10am: “Google Voice for everyone”
UPDATE 10.53am: “Google Voice is still limited to everyone in the U.S. for now”
“I’ve re-imagined four common products from 2010 as if they were designed in 1977: an mp3 player, a laptop, a mobile phone and a handheld video game system. I then created a series of fictitious but stylistically accurate print ads to market them, as well as a handful of abstract posters (you know, just for funsies).” Wonderful!
North Korea (whose state news service, following last week’s 2-1 loss to Brazil, didn’t mention the final score) decided to show today’s World Cup match live to their citizens… during which they gave up seven goals to Portugal. Suspicion: they won’t show the next game.
This is an archive of groovmother.com, the old blog run by Rod Begbie — A Scottish geek who lives in San Francisco, CA.