Monday, May 24, 2010

The best of Digg

I just want you to hold me —
6809 Diggs in Offbeat - Submitted May 17, 2010 01:42 pm

New World Record for parking like a Douche: (Pic) —
4525 Diggs in Lifestyle - Submitted May 17, 2010 11:19 am

The Sad Reality Behind Ronald McDonald (w/ PICS) — Ronald McDonald has long been an admired figure. Kids the world over brighten up when they see the affable clown, with his unmistakable red hair, yellow jumpsuit and striped shirt. But little does anyone know the true and sad story behind the clown. Wipe away the makeup and you'll find something not so pretty.
4430 Diggs in Top Image - Submitted May 21, 2010 06:24 am

7x13=28 — Includes a proof!
3549 Diggs in Top Video - Submitted May 18, 2010 06:25 am

Panic Time at Fox as Glenn Beck Loses 50% of His Viewers — Glenn Beck has been in denial about his ratings slide for weeks now. First, he claimed that there is no ratings decline for his Fox News show, and then he claimed that the weather was to blame for his 33% drop in viewership. However by attracting only 1.7 million viewers on Friday, Beck hit a new all time low which is now 50% off of his peak.
3365 Diggs in World & Business - Submitted May 17, 2010 06:51 pm

Google gets Pac-Man fever — To celebrate the video game's 30th anniversary, Google created its first-ever playable home page doodle, a functional Pac-Man game--with a logo twist.
3358 Diggs in Gaming - Submitted May 21, 2010 08:31 am

Best LOST Finale Party Invitation Ever [PIC] — If you're into that sort of thing...
2919 Diggs in Entertainment - Submitted May 19, 2010 01:15 am

Google TV is Here. Whoa. —
2883 Diggs in Technology - Submitted May 20, 2010 10:30 am

Quantum teleportation achieved over ten miles of free space — Scientists have recently had success teleporting information between photons over a free space distance of nearly ten miles, an unprecedented length.
2865 Diggs in Science - Submitted May 19, 2010 05:03 am

Nike's "Write The Future" World Cup Ad Is Epic [Video] — Drogba, Rooney and Ronaldo are all featured getting a taste of what could happen if any of them win (or lose) the World Cup. I particularly like Rooney with the giant beard living in a trailer.
1391 Diggs in Sports - Submitted May 20, 2010 12:13 pm

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Thursday, May 13, 2010

Barbara Holmes - Viewed With Suspicion

LIMON CO (IFS) - It's been along time coming for this exciting storyteller of Limon, Colorado. Holmes wastes no time in getting down and dirty in her new novel "Viewed With suspicion" by SDC Books. She is a terrific storyteller without a doubt. Holmes leaves no stone of emotion turned over as she diggs deep into the international spy game of the major countries. It all starts with the prologue, which should be a part of the chapters, then you're hooked and can't put the book down.

BARBARA L. HOLMES, The author hails from Quincy, Massachusetts. She is a descendant of Miles Standish, the first military man to set foot on the soil of New England. From her Pilgrim forbearers she developed a love of the sea. and she followed in the footsteps of her father and joined the Navy. Upon completing her four year hitch she went to work for the federal government. Twenty four years later she retired from federal service and after kicking around Florida for a spell she decided to take Horace Greeley’s advise and “Go West.” Well the west ended at the Pike’s Peak region. Now far from the madding crowd of life in the big city of Tampa, Florida she found a haven working on an internationally renowned cattle ranch. She gave that life a couple of years of her time and then the writing bug took root. Viewed With Suspicion is her first endeavor but this will not be the last. The adventures of Greg Wilson and Pamela Olson will go on. However, Barbara could not escape the lure of the prairies and she is hard at work on a mystery. The character Sherry “Sherlock” Baker should tickle the fancy of the most discriminating of critics.

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