Blogroll Dive: 5/15/06

Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive:

  • Bryan discussed the NSA’s recent collection of domestic phone call records.
  • Bonnie discovered a simple, artistic, and addictive adventure game.
  • Michael Heilemann discovered a collection of NASA space colony concept art.
  • Khaled announced the launch of the Shuttle project and its acceptance as the future of the WordPress administration panel.
  • Jon reported on the new products and services launched by Google during Google Press Day 2006.
  • Michael Hampton moved Homeland Stupidity to a new domain.
  • Sarah discovered information on the most expensive violin, “recently valued at $10 million.”
  • Angsuman published a list of the “top 10 missing Java features”.
  • And, Tom published a “brief blog search engine review”.


2 responses

  1. Oh come on, I’ve posted much better stuff than that. 🙂

  2. Lol, I know you have, but I wanted to make sure that the word on your domain change got out, just in case anyone who reads both of our blogs missed it or forgot about it.

    If you would like to read some of Michael’s more interesting posts from the past week, please read (and share your opinions on) The NSA can see your phone records, but you can’t and If you have nothing to hide, you have everything to fear.