Well, not exactly this week. I gathered a few links from the end of January that I figured would have some blogworthiness to them.
Instead of dedicating a whole post to each, here they are with a bit of commentary.
First up, because it’s my sister’s first appearance on TV, are Mona‘s remarks to local news in St. Louis on what the female demographic means to this year’s presidential campaigns. While it is a Fox affiliate, congrats are still in order. :)
I caught a glance of this article on naming the Triborough Bridge for Robert F. Kennedy in the New York Times.
I too am a little weary of the Kennedy badge on so many public buildings, but have an alternate suggestion… Rename the bridge for John F. Kennedy, and rechristen his namesake disaster of an airport for someone worthy of its reputation for mismanagement, George W. Bush.
And finally, though it pains me greatly to see Tom Brady’s name on a Web site I lovingly crafted for all that is good, there is an interesting press release on how IBM and the NFL have gone about making all those random stats available to announcers in real time.
That about wraps it up. Enjoy the weekend, I know I will.