WashingtonPost.com essay on how to survive post-election Washington DC.
Good read: Frank Rich on fear, metaphor, and theatrics in this election cycle.
* Ohio judge ends ridiculous Republican efforts to challenge *35,000* voters.
* Aggressive policing at Bush rallies continues.
* Maureen Dowd on the White House of Horrors.
* Thomas Friedman on healing the rift left by the partisan war in the country.
* Stern calls in to radio interview with FCC head Powell.
* NewsCorp plans to move from Australia to New York.
* Biotech company plans to engineer cats free of allergen-causing proteins.
* Gliese 710, galactic highways, and rebel stars, and their impact on our solar system.
* So, uh, where are the Oscar contenders?
* Kids prefer video games to toys and television.
* Cost estimate for the DC baseball stadium jumps.
A new book investigates the world of William Shakespeare.
A director fails to film A Confederacy of Dunces, but in the process finds a home.
Keen interview with Neal Stephenson from slashdot. (Courtesy Georgia.)
Mysterious landscapes seen on Titan.