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October 2007

Toyota WoW?
So, apparently, this is a real Toyota commercial that was aired this week during a college football game. Don't know about you, but I was cracking up!
Sunday Oct 7, 2007 | 1 Comment

September 2007

Amazon MP3
Yeah, I’m jumping on the bandwagon and talking about Amazon MP3, too.  But, hey: it’s actually pretty big news.  A real competitor to the iTunes Music Store (who, don’t get me wrong, certainly isn’t a “bad” store) that’s done by a company that—no one can …
Wednesday Sep 26, 2007 | 0 Comments
Homeless World Cup
Footballers (er, that'd be "soccer players") who happen to be homeless, playing in leagues and competing in the organized Homeless Wold Cup around the world. Definitely a good cause.
Thursday Sep 6, 2007 | 0 Comments

September 2005

What, you say?  That’s “Massachusetts” without the M and the S.  Yep, in order to keep an open and accessible document structure, the Massachusetts government is going to drop Microsoft Office products for software that supports OpenDocument. Of course, Microsoft claims that they are foolish, …
Thursday Sep 1, 2005 | 2 Comments

July 2005

Just a followup to an old post: the judge handed down the maximum sentence to the pilot, and a stiff sentence to the co-pilot, calling the crime “outrageous and horrendous”.
Friday Jul 22, 2005 | 0 Comments
No Bloody A, B, C or D…
James Doohan, the actor who played Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott of Star Trek, has passed away. He was one of the original series cast who loved attending cons and interacting with fans. Reading his obituary, I have to say that I was pretty amazed by …
Thursday Jul 21, 2005 | 1 Comment
George Bush: The Ten Year Difference
I was in stunned silence by the end of the video.
Tuesday Jul 19, 2005 | 0 Comments

June 2005

Medical Research With A Twist
The South African Medical Journal has published the work of Safura Abdool Karim from the UK for her research of ‘Playstation Thumb’, which is Repetitive Strain Injury from, as it name suggests, too much Playstation. What is exceptional about this is that Ms Abdool Karim …
Thursday Jun 23, 2005 | 0 Comments
First Extrasolar Non-Gas Giant Planet Found’s report of a planet with a probable “iron core and a silicon mantle” should be getting me excited more than I actually am. The fact that I blogged it here is somewhat of a proof that I did give the news a second thought, …
Tuesday Jun 14, 2005 | 0 Comments

April 2005

Adobe & Macromedia in English
There’s been a lot of talk recently about Adobe buying Macromedia, why it was done, what it means, etc.  Daring Fireball now brings us a translation of the Abobe :FAQ: regarding the acquisition. John Gruber apparently has many of the same thoughts as I do, …
Thursday Apr 21, 2005 | 0 Comments
Famous TV Personality Gives Up Trademark Vice
I’m not going to say who this TV personality is, or what the person does, or which incredibly famous TV show the person is in right now. All I can say about this are two things. One: Thirty years of legacy have seemed to be …
Friday Apr 8, 2005 | 1 Comment

March 2005

Dinosaur’s Soft Tissue Discovered
Wired posted an article today about the discovery of soft tissue in a Tyrannosaurus Rex fossil. But a Jurassic Park-like scenario, where cloned dinosaurs rampaging throughout the jungles, or at the very least someone’s backyard, is unlikely because this is fossilization at a molecular level. …
Friday Mar 25, 2005 | 0 Comments
Google News, Customized!
The braintrust over at Google has done it again.  Google News (still in Beta after almost three years…) now allows you to customize the page so that you only see the type of news you want to see.  I don’t particularly care too much for …
Thursday Mar 10, 2005 | 0 Comments
U.N. Landmine Commercial
Apparently, several networks in the US, including CNN, are declining to air a Public Service Announcement made for the United Nations.  The 60-second spot shows a youth soccer game being played when suddenly one of the players steps on and detonates a landmine.  The ad …
Monday Mar 7, 2005 | 1 Comment
This speaks for itself
Freed Iraq hostage… (free registration required)
Saturday Mar 5, 2005 | 2 Comments
Battlestar Galactica Podcast
Wow, this is just way too cool.  The SciFi channel (well, their website) is offering exclusive audio commentary by Ron Moore for the episodes.  You can get it two ways: subscribe to the podcast feed or just download the MP3 directly.  You can find information …
Friday Mar 4, 2005 | 0 Comments

February 2005

Battlestar Galactica - Free, Legal
Thanks to Boing Boing: is making the first episode of the very excellent new Battlestar Galactica series available online.  In fact, the episode (titled “33” and one of my favorite of the series so far) is available completely uncut and commercial free.  Plus, there …
Monday Feb 28, 2005 | 6 Comments
Intelligent Design… or Not
The, um, “theory” of Intelligent Design (the supposition that living creatures are just too complicated to have evolved naturally and thus must be the product of some “intelligent design”) has been in the news recently, mostly due to a Pennsylvania school district’s decision to let …
Monday Feb 21, 2005 | 7 Comments
Battlestar Galactica Renewed
Gracias, Boing Boing: yet again you provide some great info.  In this case, the Sci-Fi network has announced that they’ve ordered a second season of the new Battlestar Galactica series.  This is fantastic news since I’m seriously liking this reimagined series!  I love how it’s …
Friday Feb 11, 2005 | 1 Comment
Browser/Phishing Exploit
Anyone who uses a modern, non-:IE: browser (Firefox, Mozilla, Safari, etc.) should go check out this post on Boing Boing about a new exploit.  It is a hole opened by the browsers’ support of the International Domain Name (IDN) feature; it allows someone to spoof …
Monday Feb 7, 2005 | 1 Comment
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