Wow. I seriously did not think the PGA would adopt it.
Bleeding Cool on *Pacific Rim*:
> On the downside… see above, search Twitter, go bang your head against Facebook. It wouldn’t matter if people weren’t deciding to not see this film because they think it’s something that it isn’t. I’m disappointed that a lot of people who’ll love this movie won’t give it a chance because they don’t know what’s in the movie for them to love.
1. I think is going to be a great movie.
2. I think the marketing for this movie is going to make it this summery’s *John Carter*.
Even though Google Reader shut down yesterday, I know a lot of people are still looking for an alternative to use. This breakdown from Robert Agcaoli is especially helpful for those who are concerned about how the solutions’ Web UI works.
An updated version of Reeder is out that includes sync with [Feed Wrangler](http://feedwrangler.net). Unfortunately, this update does not support Smart Streams[^fn1].
[^fn1]: Basically, this means I might use it sometimes, but that the native Feed Wrangler iOS app will be the primary way I read RSS feeds on my iPhone until the new version of Reeder comes along
I thought the Red Sox would be better than most people were saying in the pre-season, but I never would have thought they would be ranked as the best team in baseball at the beginning of July.
> John Lamothe, a Patriots fan from Florida, put his jersey on the auction site with the thought that it would maybe fetch $15. The item sold on Sunday for $289. One seller listed their Hernandez jersey with a starting price of 99 cents ‘because we just want it the *bleep* out of this house’. On Monday morning, the jersey had received 36 bids and was up to $207.50″
Are you kidding me? Who buys garbage like this?