It’s a lovely rainy November day here in Chi-town, and Al-jazeera has some news about Bush’s cabinet reshuffling (Colin Powell has had enough, and it’s rumoured that Rumsfeld is leaving), and here’s a neat 10 things the Chinese do better than we do from the Globe & Mail, and a boingboing reader sent in a cool purple-haze electoral map that more accurately shows how the mood of the country actually went (very purple) – we should be using this one from now on, and Xeni asks: “Could someone who renounced their US citizenship declare themselves a citizen of the Internet?” (cool), and for those who didn’t catch it on CNN, did you ever think you’d see this headline: “Blogs Send Stocks Into Reverse”?

More later….

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