I heard the news today, oh boy.
I heard the news today, oh boy.
Talk about intrusive advertising. I don’t understand how the guy managed to put up with having his view blocked by a billboard for over a year. Can anyone blame him for taking a saw to it?
Here’s some more fun from the Modern Humorist: "If poets wrote poems whose titles were anagrams of their names".
Following up on an earlier post, a court has now ruled that it is illegal for me to write this here:
I think I’m going to be sick.
If playwrights wrote plays whose titles were anagrams of their names…
This is one amazing piece of Flash. I’m starting to realise just how much can be accomplished with ActionScript.
Every Sunday, I send out an email newsletter for The Session to all the folks who have subscribed to receive it.
This is my first "remote" posting.
This is great.
Time for a little book review. I’ve just finished reading "Galileo’s Daughter" by Dava Sobel.
I smold, you smold, we all smold for ice mold.
I went out last night to see a band called The Czars. Actually, I saw two fifths of the band: the singer and guitarist are doing a little mini-tour ‘round England.
Here’s a tale of the blind leading the blind.
This article at Wired is all about Photoshop. Specifically, it’s all about the popularity of "Photoshopping" images for fun, satire or spite.
Time for some more geek talk. I’ve been spending the day playing with RSS feeds on my little portal (again). I was spurred on by an encouraging email I got from Prentiss Riddle, who keeps a great weblog.
Jessica and I got plenty of exercise today. We walked to the far end of town to look at the wares at PCworld.
Wesley Crusher was a character in Star Trek: The Next Generation. The character is generally regarded as being the most annoying, obnoxious member of the Enterprise crew.
Peter Buck has been known to behave a bit oddly in the past (he spent most of 1995 getting drunk in his dressing gown). Still, I always thought he was something of a gentle giant at heart.
I spent most of today making tweaks and changes to my little portal.
Some more geeky stuff:
This is really only of interest to the geeky amongst you. I’ve been messing around with my custom made blogging application.
Catherine, our drummer, is coming over tomorrow night. Chris and Karin are going to cook up some kaese spaetzle.
Nasa could learn a thing or two from the U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association. One month after the clever folks in Maryland launched a satellite built for just $50,000 (instead of the originally anticipated $1,000,000), the satellite shows no sign of deg
This is fun: a page of speculative designs for future Macs.
Last night was bonfire night. In England, November 5th is celebrated in rhyme:
Despite the warmest October since records began, I’m not going to let the nice weather fool me.
It’s another lovely day in Brighton.
This is the kind of site where I can literally spend hours: Levitated Daily Source.
The debate surrounding corporal punishment has flared up again here in England.
Now, this is what the Internet was made for: Bible stories in Lego form.
This is good news. The infamous DeCSS code is protected under free speech.
The Giant Sand concert was lots of fun.
It’s the first of November and I’ve been writing my thoughts in this journal for exactly one month now.