Suresh reports that Tobias Gerken has shown that given any large enough set of points in the plane in general position (no three colinear), six of them form a convex hexagon containing none of the others. That is a geometry theorem even I can understand.
Sanjeev Arora gives an update on the SIGACT funding committee. I foresee very lengthy STOC and FOCS business meetings.
Lisa Randall, Harvard physicist and sister of CS theorist Dana Randall, wrote an op-ed piece in the Times on how scientific terms like "relativity", "uncertainty principle" and "global warming" often give the public the wrong impression of these concepts. Personally I would be excited if the general public knew enough about computational complexity to misunderstand it.