Mmmmmmooooooo! ? (Taken with Instagram at Château Du Châtelard)
A lone couple walked on the Sultan al-Muayyad mosque in Cairo. “Egyptians said they had a leaderless revolution, and they were so happy about it then,” said Emad Shahin, a professor at Notre Dame who studies political movements there. “They are now paying a price for that.” (via In Egypt, Tourism Remains in a Tailspin – Slide Show – NYTimes.com)
Do you remember the HP iPaq? #wef use to produce event apps for these devices. (Taken with Instagram at World Economic Forum)
Here, in the pointless arrest of Ms. Zucker, is a crime that is not even on the books: the staggering waste of spirit, the squandering of public resources, the follies disguised as crime-fighting. About 40,000 people a year — the vast majority of them young black and Latino men — are fed like widgets onto a conveyor belt of arrest, booking and court, after being told to empty their pockets and thus commit the misdemeanor of “open display” of marijuana. Such arrests are a drain on the human economy.