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What should be U.S. role in Syria?

January 7, 2013 |

Aaron David Miller of the Woodrow Wilson Center and Wolf Blitzer discuss Syria and also Chuck Hagel’s chances as Defense Secy. – World


Thomas Gibson Arrested for DUI

January 7, 2013 |

Thomas Gibson — best known for his roles on “Criminal Minds” and “Dharma & Greg” — was arrested early this morning for suspicion of DUI … TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … Gibson was driving in downtown Los Angeles at…

BOTH SIDES NOW: Q: Why Can’t the U.S. Reduce Deficits and Gun Violence? A: Voters

January 7, 2013 |

By Mark Green

After a holiday hiatus, BSN — today with former NYS Governor Eliot Spitzer and former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs under Bush-Rumsfeld Torie Clarke — to discuss issues that seem to spur the responses of either meh, feh or yuck; those have been applied, in order, to a) Fiscal Cliff resolution, b) the “Groundhog Day” aspects of gun deaths and regulation and c) John Bolton’s implication (and Ingahram’s and Krauthammer’s) that Hillary Clinton faked her illness to avoid congressional testimony.

Huffington Post

Modern architecture angles for a view in Ojai

January 7, 2013 |

Designer Rodney Walker’s personal residence takes the shape of an equilateral triangle and has 270-degree views of the city and mountains.

Using the shape of the equilateral triangle and glass walls set back beneath deep eaves, designer Rodney Walker’s personal residence is exemplary of modern architecture. The restored house, set on a hilltop to take in 270-degree city light and mountain views, has been a site for the Ojai Music Festival.

L.A. Times – Business

Regulators Give Ground to Banks

January 7, 2013 |

Global banking regulators watered down a key element of their plan for creating a safer financial system, giving ground to banks that argued the plans were unworkable and financially risky. What’s News Asia

Belkin WeMo Light Switch Looks And Feels Like A Light Switch, But With Wi-Fi Control For $50

January 7, 2013 |


The Belkin WeMo line is designed to bring Wi-Fi connected remote home automation to the masses, without expensive, whole home system upgrades. The existing WeMo outlet is a little bulky, but it makes it possible to remotely power on and off any device with a two or three-prong cord. Now, the company is debuting an in-wall switch to make controlling your lighting from an app or the web (via IFTTT) easier.

The WeMo Ligtht Switch is here at CES, and we got a chance to go hands on (well, really, single finger on). The switch looks like a switch, and should work with essentially any existing light switch in most modern homes. It can be managed from the existing WeMo iOS app that’s available for iPhone and iPad devices, which means you’ll be able to easily add them to your existing WeMo setup.

In practice, the WeMo was a step-up and a step forward for Belkin’s line of home automation product, beating out the WeMo outlet and motion detector products in terms of their ability to mesh into your existing home decor. And the switch also works as a physical switch, so that you can still turn it on and off manually. But while it looks at first glance like a rocker-type switch, meaning my first inclination was to tap the top, only hitting the bottom will actually activate the line or turn it off.

The WeMo Light Switch still has a while to go before it hits the market, however; a Belkin representative told me it won’t hit store shelves until this upcoming summer, when it will retail for $ 49.95. Theoretically, it could undergo a slight design tweak between now and then to address that minor user experience issue, and even if the design doesn’t change, it’s an attractive, inexpensive way to add a little remote control to a house with otherwise legacy lighting.

Belkin also says they’re finally addressing customer requests for an Android control app for WeMo systems, with a beta launching soon for devices like the Galaxy S III, and a wide launch planned for sometime around summer as well.


In Redskins’ Defeat, a Little Agony – New York Times

January 7, 2013 |

New York Times
In Redskins' Defeat, a Little Agony
New York Times
LANDOVER, Md. — Robert Griffin III lay on the 5-yard line, the ball — and the Washington Redskins' season — just inches away from him. But Griffin did not reach to get it; he couldn't. He did not want to let go of his right knee.
Mike Shanahan: James Andrews did clear Robert Griffin III to play after first knee USA TODAY
RG3 hurt, Redskins fall to
RG3 hurt, Seattle tops Redskins 24-14 in
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My Top SnapNames Picks for 1/6/2013!

January 7, 2013 |

Here is Top Picks over at SnapNames! I have gathered a list of about domains that all have bids on them over at There are some really great domains on this list.

Also check out our new free Domain Tools section! Its still in the works but there are some great things you can do with your lists here! :


David Eccles Killer list for 1/6/2013!

Banks Win Watered Down Liquidity Rule to Prevent Lending Squeeze – Bloomberg

January 7, 2013 |

The Guardian
Banks Win Watered Down Liquidity Rule to Prevent Lending Squeeze
Global central bank chiefs agreed to water down and delay a planned bank liquidity rule to counter warnings that the proposal would strangle lending and stifle the economic recovery. Lenders will be allowed to use an expanded range of assets including
Regulators Ease Key Bank Rule to Spur
Banks given four more years to introduce minimum liquidity standardsThe Guardian
Regulators Give Ground to BanksWall Street Journal
Business Insider –New York Times –Economic Times
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