Head like a hole and other referential links

Guy tries to top himself by putting a nailgun to his head and pulling the trigger. Twelve nails later and he’s still alive. He goes into the Emergency Room of the local hospital a day later complaining of a headache. And the x-ray shows:

Head like a hole

via Seth comes advice from Paul Graham on worrying about your business idea being copied.

As a rule, startups shouldn’t worry so much about competitors, especially big companies. Competitors are a second-order problem. Startups should worry more about making something worth copying and less about whether someone will.

Warning naked men. Lots of em. As their warning message states:

This blog does contain adult and gay material. If you are under your country’s legal age (18 or 21), do not scroll down and leave this page now.

Foreign Policy Magazine has a blog. Go there so you can tell others that you read it.

Tom Murphy asks do PR people need New Media skills?

We need to be pragmatic in how we bring new tools to our campaigns. That doesn’t mean slow, that means pragmatic.

10 ways to create content for your blog and the cynical counter to this article: 10 ways not to create content for your blog. I like the cynical one more.

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