Guess the question of where is a mosque on Cape Cod has been answered:
“The Islamic Center for Cape Cod, Inc., has purchased property at 3072 Falmouth Road in Marstons Mills. Calls to the telephone listed on the Center’s Web site, as well as to the corporation’s resident agent, Saeed Chaudhry of Hyannis, had not been returned by press time.
The Center’s Web site (http://i.c.c.c.tripod.com) states that “we are a developing Islamic community in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA. We are trying to make a Mosque at this location with the help of our local and external Muslim community.”
via The Barnstable Patriot – A mosque for the Mills?.
Best and Worst Tech Gadgets of 2009: Electronics Gift Guide – BusinessWeek.
Lenovo s12 makes the “best” list
“Excellent stereo speakers, a relatively speedy Intel (INTC) Atom processor, and a six-hour battery make the S12 a shoo-in for our favorite netbook of the year.”
Leon Xie is creating new baseball mythology in China: If he builds it, they will come.
From The Mercury Brief: Olympic colleague Bob Page profiles Olympic colleague Leon Xie on his first year as head of Major League Baseball in China. Having watched the medal round between the USA and Japan and the final between Cuba and South Korea, I count the 2008 Olympic baseball experience at Wukesong Park as one of my personal highlights.
Leon was the man on the spot in managing our massive technology rollout during the games. He’s a great person and has an amazing job and challenge ahead of him.
Now to find out if he can help me find an official Chinese Olympic baseball jersey from 2008.
via Leon Xie is creating new baseball mythology in China: If he builds it, they will come. | The Mercury Brief.