This was the Week that Was, Vol. 23

I’ve been in holiday mode for the most part over the weekend, but I have been getting other things done, so all is not lost. I’ve collected a couple of links for y’all to read, along with a veritable glut of new blogs in the US Blogs community.

Posts I liked –

  • Although the election is over, Andrew G has some great advice about voting – It’s something a lot of people over here need to listen to what he has to say…
  • Kin threw in her own spin on the election.
  • has a recap of the televised election coverage. It’s no wonder why the ABC won the night – they had the most straight-forward coverage. Seven’s looked like an extravaganza (Kerry O’Brien made mention of their coverage I think in mentioning “clown tricks” causing the crowd to be excitable)
  • If you didn’t think that government officials don’t have a sense of humor, check out the video of some Singaporean officials doing a rap which Mr. Brown posted.
  • Also from, a clip of the recent Treehouse of Horror Simpsons episode where Marge asks a question – Can’t anyone just watch the show they’re watching?
  • The fallout from Google’s recent doings continued with Lucia discovering that she’d received a penalty, even though she never did a paid post on her blog.
  • Also, a very interesting query was posed by Snoskred, Is Google The New Terrorist?
  • From English Russia, some panoramic views of St. Petersberg in a round format

New blogs this week in the US Blogs community at BumpZEE –

This week around the blog, I talked about the Firefox Search Bar in the Tuesday Think Tank. Also, I got some mail from overseas, with some cool contents.

On top of that, I showed y’all how to import your RSS feeds into Mozilla Thunderbird. Lastly, I talked about my musical history.

Coming up this week, I’m going to do a slightly different theme on the Tuesday Think Tank – I’m going to talk all about turkey and Thanksgiving. Really, I’m doing it this way because I’ve put that post off for too long. πŸ˜‰

Til next week y’all! πŸ˜‰

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