Busy day today. No fun for blogging. But it doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy a little music.
Today, @US_FDA authorized a second booster dose of either the Pfizer-BioNTech or the Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for older people and certain immunocompromised individuals. More details in our press release. ?https://t.co/kn77R0LXxz
— Michael Felberbaum (@FDASpox) March 29, 2022
I’m still a few years short of this. But get it if you qualify!
I noticed this a few months ago that when I was looking for information on Google, I almost always now add reddit at the end of the search. I didn’t put much thought into why I was doing this but now that I think about it, it’s because Google default search algorithm is just terrible now. It serves up so many ads and weird results that it started taking me a lot of scroll time to get close to what I was looking for. Adding reddit into the mix usually gives me several useful threads so I started doing it on reflex using google as a proxy to use reddit as a search engine.
I didn’t realize how common this has become.
— Movies (@moreoffilms) March 28, 2022
Not sure my definition of love would include assault and battery on stage but I don’t have his money or ego:
Will Smith took home his first Academy Award on Sunday night for playing Richard Williams — father and tennis mentor to Venus and Serena Williams — in “King Richard.”
Smith spoke shortly after a shocking onstage confrontation with comedian Chris Rock, who made a crack at his wife, Jada Pinkett-Smith. Smith noted, in tears, that Richard Williams was also fiercely protective of his family. “I want to be a vessel for love,” he said.
He also apologized to the academy and his fellow nominees. “This is a beautiful moment,” he said. “Art imitates life. I look like the crazy father. But love will make you do crazy things.”
The Academy Awards posted a brief statement on Twitter after the ceremony saying it “does not condone violence of any form,” though without mentioning any specifics around the incident.