Warner Bros. has chosen the three people who’ll star in the upcoming Harry Potter movie — being that I love the books, I hope that the movie doesn’t suck.

Well, if I have to drink 120 gallons of beer every day…

If you haven’t already seen it (what, with tons of media coverage), you must download and watch 405 The Movie. Be sure to watch the movie first, and then check out the “making of” pages afterwards. Amazing.

The only thing the Verizon settlement means is that 50,000 people can go back to doing no work and being paid for it.

Writ (quickly becoming one of my favorite legal reads on the web) has a short piece on why the Twelfth Amendment may, in fact, prohibit Dubya and Cheney from running together (or more precisely, why it prohibits Texan voters from voting for both of them on the same ticket). The words: “The Electors shall meet in their respective states, and vote by ballot for President and Vice-President, one of whom, at least, shall not be an inhabitant of the same state with themselves.”

The second Rainier Web-Index survey is out, and the results aren’t encouraging. (The people responsible for the survey email the 200 companies in the Fortune 100 and the FTSE 100, using contact information available on their websites, and then record how long it takes to get an actual reply back from them. Some companies never responded.)