Michael Shermer of Scientific American discusses a 2-67% probability of God's existence. Me, I think it's somewhere between 0 and 100; therefore, too ambiguous to bother with--just toggle the ambiguity and see what you get.

Matt Peckham points out that Vernor Vinge has a new story, Synthetic Serendipity, and that turkey basters are more fun.

Rue D jives on the new Spy vs. Spy commercials.

Pending perfect car conditions--a dubious conjecture--me, Mr. T, shall be here this weekend rubbing elbows with far more important people (sadly, no Rue D this year) and report in next week should earth-shattering news provoke me.

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