Archive for May, 2002
Finally, something to almost replace my beloved Festiva. Now if they’d just add a steering wheel and a manual transmission I’d buy one. Oh, and they’d actually have to manufacture it. Details, details.
CNN.com – Ceremony to close ‘Ground Zero’ cleanup – May 30, 2002 I remember sitting in my hotel room in Hawaii watching the news trying to figure out what had happened while I was asleep. I remember the videos and pictures of the aftermath of the destruction and thinking it will take them years to clean the debris. But life moves on and the job of cleaning up is finished. Now it’s time to take the next steps, what ever they are.
Okay, I’m still trying to figure out if this is a real story. It is pretty funny.
I’m still trying to figure out why people would want a holy war. Do people like this really think that all the member of one race or religion meet every Tuesday and figure out what to do for the week? A great example of this view is “The Turner Diaries” (in itself a scary read). That author thought all non-white Christians would fight together, as if they were all part of some organized movement. When are people going to realize that the human race in general is too stupid to organize itself into groups larger then 300 or 400 people
Is there anything more evil then a pop-up (under) ad? I have to admire the inventiveness of some people, generating close to a million annually off of these scams. Looks like the FTC is cracking down on them though, so the good times for them are going away.
Now why did they have to use my name in this ad? Although, I would like one of these caps, I don’t think I’d announce my name on it. Might be better to have it say “I’m Rich” and let the ladies decide it’s meaning.
Debian GNU/Linux — News — Debian Woody in less than two minutes Technology is advancing at such an incredible rate. Something like this just shows that eventually companies will have to adjust to a massive disruptive change to their economics. When a user is able to transfer an entire CD in less then 15-seconds, the issues that the media companies currently have with MP3s will seem insignificant.