Friday, April 23, 2010

Location In Reverse

People who sleep but don't think it will spread
take a task they've just learned,
and perform it on a computer screen and in their dreams,

but upon waking, those who learned to sleep geographically
think better of it than either those who sleep in a maze,
or those who sleep but don't report it,

or those who were asked to sit
in the sunken horizon of a virtual space
and study random scenes of the public's mind.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Dreaming is the brain's way of learning
Potentially lethal fungus moves south from Canada
Sunken Drilling Rig in Gulf Raises Questions

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Previous Prototype Released

Splinter Cell Invertebrates
creep through the shadows
in a silent takedown best enjoyed slowly

next-generation tiny sea creatures
you think you look at them
Their double-agent play is stealthy stalking

Satisfying microscope features
eclipsed iPhone camera flash and video chatting
and the sloppy success of the Apple Engineer was placed on

-- Cindy Underhill

Apple wants next-gen iPhone back
Marine Life Census Reveals Unknown Sea Creatures
Splinter Cell sequel satisfying despite schizophrenic gameplay

Friday, April 02, 2010

Damage Illegally Didn't

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-- Glenn R. Frantz

US state of Alabama sees red on Rudd retort
Japan Indicts Anti-Whaling Activist
April shines light on autism awareness