Looking inside

From an article about open-source software in government — China on open source software:

Countries such as China have concerns about the closed nature of a proprietary product such as Windows, and the national security risk this creates. They want greater transparency, and at the same time believe that embracing open source will spur local software development.

Maybe it’s just me, but I think China complaining about the “closed” nature of something is pretty funny.

Like a popcorn popper

Ohio woman gives birth to six babies in one minute:

“The speed at which the babies came out was overwhelming. It was like a popcorn popper,” the baby’s grinning father, Keith Hanselman, told reporters.

He’s also quoted as saying, “Crunchy, a little boney though,” after dipping one of the babies in melted butter and trying it out.