Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Wow, so this is the new Blogger

Very interesting. I see a text box down below that allows me to enter Labels for this post. That's nice because I used to add Technorati Tags into my template to accomplish the same thing. Let's see if I can add a table.

Nope, doesn't look like it.

Now test out a quote.

I may be stupid but I ain't breathing heavy - Rocky Balboa
Interesting indeed.

Friday, August 25, 2006

Free Energy

What if you created a free energy machine, but nobody believed you.

Friday, August 11, 2006

Yahoo Answers is pretty cool!

Friday, July 07, 2006

Superheroes On Patrol

Masked crusader: "Mr. Silent just brushes it off. People aren't accustomed to seeing superheroes patrolling the city . . . yet. But since the duo began this 'experiment,' as Mr. Silent calls it, the superhero trend has started to catch on. Others have e-mailed the duo asking how they can join and superheroes have popped up in other cities worldwide, he said..."

Monday, July 03, 2006

Unleashing Cosmic Destruction

Asteroid to narrowly miss Earth.

I've heard of this before. 2000 years later, the Earth will be reborn into a world of savagery, super science and sorcery. But one man will burst his bonds...

He is Thundarr, the barbarian!

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Poor Screech

Screech is selling t-shirts now to try and raise enough money so the bank doesn't foreclose on his house. Sounds like he's having a run of bad luck. Hope it works out for him.

Friday, June 23, 2006

Digg 3.0 To Launch Monday

Wow, this is pretty cool. I remember when Kevin Rose mentioned on TWIT a while back that they wanted to expland beyond Tech News.

TechCrunch » Blog Archive » Digg 3.0 To Launch Monday: Exclusive Screenshots and Stats

I think the most impressive part of the story is the incredible traffic that they're getting now. 800,000 uniques a day and 8.5 million page views. That's a lot of people who like to Digg.

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Jagr doubtful for Game 3; Lundqvist back

Jagr doubtful for Game 3; Lundqvist back: "He moved his injured arm here and there, but nothing to suggest he's close to returning to help his struggling New York Rangers for their biggest games in nine years.

'It would have to be a miracle,' Jagr said Tuesday. 'But hey, I believe in miracles.'"

Monday, April 10, 2006


Just found the recipe for an Espressotini. Next time I want to get wound up and relax at the same time I'm breaking out the espresso maker and the cocktail shaker.

Monday, March 20, 2006

Pool Work

Check out the pool work being done at the Compost Bin Blog. Good Stuff

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Howard Stern paid less per hour than Oprah Winfrey

No surprise that Oprah makes more than Howard Stern but these numbers are just out of this world.
Howard paid less per hour than Oprah: "Stern’s deal is fatter, but he’s got to work a four-hour day. Still, $93,000 an hour is nothing to sneeze at – unless you’re Winfrey, pulling in $705,000..."

Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Macworld Expo Prediction: Apple + Intel + Tivo = Home Media Dominance

I've been meaning to write this prediction down for a while now and I'm finally getting around to it. Most people agree that Steve Jobs will announce his latest "one more thing" the new Intel Mac Mini with Tivo-Killer functionality at the Macworld Expo. But the surprise will be that the Tivo-Killer functionality will be provided by Tivo itself.

Let me explain how I came to this conclusion. As the owner of a Powerbook and a Tivo, it's very upsetting that there is no Tivo-To-Go support for OS X. Sure lots of companies don't support the tiny 5% of computer users on the Apple OS but Tivo's really handled the issue as if they were handcuffed by an NDA. They're working on it, no date set yet but we're working on it. Maybe sometime soon, etc, etc.

The other announcement that confirmed it for me was the joint Intel/Tivo support for the Viiv thing. Viiv (rhymes with Alive) equiped computers are designed to run your home media centers.

Hmmm, sounds like something big is hiding out there in plain sight. Taken separately these two items seem like normal everyday news. But when you put these facts together, it gets you thinking.

Regardless of what is announced at Macworld Expo, it will definitely be an interesting event.

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