Archive for January, 2005
I think I first noticed this last week. Google‘s define link was linked to Answers.com instead of Dictionary.com at home. I was surprised with the change, but then the next day I noticed when I searched Google from work it still went to Dictionary.com. Figuring it was just an experiment I didn’t think much of […]
EFF has created the Endangered Gizmos list which lists technological innovations that are either Extinct, Endangered or Saved. They depict Hollywood and the record companies as poachers out to drive these innovations to extinction, or at least to neuter them, all for the sake of their bottom line. They use government-backed technology mandates, lawsuits, international […]
National Geographic is reporting about the controversy overAnimal-Human Hybrids or chimera’s. A lot of it sounds like mad science to me. The kind of stuff you expect Dr. Frankenstien to be involved in.
This is something I’ve wanted to do for a long time now. I’ve posted all my mom’s music online! My mom’s name is Linda McKeeth, but my kids call her Mamma. My brothers and sisters and I all called my mom’s mom Mamma too. I think it comes from growing up in the south. There […]
“What You’ll Wish You’d Known” was originally a talk for a high school by Paul Graham, but he has adapted it into an essay. Excellent advice for high school students and everyone else. He starts out saying how the traditional graduation speech is all wrong. He points out that expecting high school students to have […]
I don’t know if you were a big Tron fan like me, but if you were then you may be happy to know they are in the really early stages of Tron, version 2.0. Too early to know any serious details about it. Exciting none the less. Even with the disappointment the Star Wars prequals […]
Chris Brandsma published his nerd score and I took it as a challenge. While we are both nerd king gods, I am nerdier then 4% more people then he is. 99% is something to be proud of, 100% would be scary. At least in my opinion. Since I am linking to a graphic on their […]
How would you like to work at JESA printing? They have a web cam on their employees so anyone can check up on them.
My wife Dawn has started her own blog called Growing, Not Dying. It is currently on Blogspot, but she is going to move it to GrowingNotDying.info in the near future. Go check it out and tell her hi!
When I was younger I really enjoyed C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia. Well, it turns out they are making a series of movies out of them. Starting with the Lion and the Witch and the Wardrobe. There have been a few attempts at making these movies before, and those which I have seen were not […]