We have three quick hits, things I've found amusing or of interest, in place of a substantive post this morning.
First, an adorable illustrated primer for children on the use of the internet: "Do not stop to think or edit. You must be the first who said it!"
Second, from Stingray at Atomic Nerds, a story about how to deal with unwanted marketers (warning: contains language which may offend the pigmentally challenged, as well as "little people"). Atomic Nerds also joins our blogroll today.
And finally, a gallery of World War II era propaganda posters from the United States government. Most focus on the need for rationing and secrecy on the home front. I wonder how long it will be before we see similar but more sophisticated internet-based efforts focusing on the need for stimulus and spending. Or are we seeing them already?