Nicaragua invades Costa Rica! (Not really) and other things to take you through the weekend
I hoped to write about these things, but computer problems waylaid my best laid plans. So here are some links to keep you merrily tided over until we meet again (Monday morning, don't be late).
Costa Rica and Nicaragua did not invade each other and Google Maps is not at fault. But the two countries are having a disagreement about a river that divides the two countries.
In non-invading country Google Map news, an Easter egg has been delighting fans all over the world. The directions: 1) Go to Google Maps, 2) Go to Get Directions, 3) Enter Japan as the start location, and China as the end location, 4) Read number 43.
Facebook unites and devastates families at war. The Post's Greg Jaffe wrote a harrowing, beautiful story on the families in the U.S. brought to the war zone via computers.
A young Asian man pulled a really "Unbelievable Act of Concealment" by boarding a plane as an old man, and changing his face in the bathroom.
Mick Jagger responds to Keith Richards' autobiography with an eloquent rendering of their relationship, only Mick Jagger didn't write it, Bill Wyman did. I know, I'm confused too.
And La Femme D'Argent by Airs. The video is shot from a streetcar traveling down Market Street in San Francisco in 1905. Happy Fridays!
Posted by: costaricanet | November 9, 2010 5:33 PM | Report abuse