Friday Musings: Google 2001; Sarah Palin; The Red Sox; & Plaintiff’s Costs In A Civil Action

It’s the Friday before a long weekend. The weather is perfect, the leaves are changing and the Red Sox open the ALCS tonight in Tampa.

Here’s some lite fare for your Friday:

  • Google 2001 is way cool. It’s kind of like a sonogram of the web. It allows you to see the way things were on the net way back in 2001. Click on it and say goodbye to productivity.
  • When using Google 2001 type in the phrase: “Sarah Palin”. Use quotes and you may be surprised what you find. Search Baby Search.
  • The Red Sox are banged up. The Rays are an excellent team. Pitching wins in the playoffs. Right now, the Red Sox have the best pitcher in baseball in Jon Lester. Sox in 7.
  • Finally, this link is for me. Every time, I do a plaintiff’s bill of costs, I  have to look up what I’m entitled to. I’m taking a stand and putting an end to this today by posting a link to the statute. Next time, I’ll search AConnecticutLawBlog.

Have a great Columbus Day weekend!