I saw this Google ad a few weeks ago, and a recent message in the Suncoast Linux Users Group‘s mailing list reminded me of just how funny I thought this was: Linux Comparison Get The Facts: Windows vs. Linux. Read The Independent Analysis Now. www.microsoft.com Uhm… independent?
What would Haikus look like if they were invented during a Sci-Fi conference, instead of feudal Japan? They’d probably have a lot less to do with nature and a lot more to do with Star Wars. Here’s a few that I thought up while my brain recovered from an expedited learning experience: Listen, Luke: I… Read more Scifaiku
Tonight, I was watching the movie Unbreakable, where Bruce Willis(*) plays what’s essentially the same role he plays in just about every movie (that of a rough-neck, or an “average Joe”), but with a slight twist. After a train crash kills 130 people, but leaves him unscathed, he figures out he might just be a… Read more What Makes a Good Movie?
Nothing challenges a man’s sexual identity like a pink CAT5 cable. (This one’s made by Belkin.)
I just came back from getting my car’s oil changed at the dealership where I normally go for service. The mileage was sitting at just over 83,600 miles, slightly over 3,000 miles since my last oil change. The 83,600 miles — well that’s not really striking until you realize that I got my car, brand… Read more My Mechanic Obviously Has a Sense of Humor
“In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice, there is.” Anonymous For you musicians out there: Music Theory is not Music Fact. Hilton Jones
Just took a look at Gnorb.NET with the Links Web Browser. Not bad. Looks really good, really organized. I’m not the one to take credit for that, however. When I first installed bBlog and decided on this theme, I picked it because (1) it looked good, and (2) it used CSS based layout as opposed… Read more Text Browsers
The good thing about living in Miami is that we get to see all of the latest and hottest cars on our roads on a regular basis. Lamborghinis, Ferraris, McLarens, Rolls — the list goes on. It’s a lot better than where I grew up, at least when it comes to these kind of things.… Read more When I Think T-Rex, I Don’t Thinik Tricycle
A few weeks ago, Google announced that it would begin to recognize the addition of the rel=nofollow attribute to anchor tags. Bloggers and forum posters everywhere rejoiced at this, since it meant that comment posters wouldn’t be posting solely for the sake of the PageRank points. (If you’ve ever been on an Internet forum and… Read more Abusing “rel=nofollow”?
Sorry for the radio silence, folks. I’ve been doing a lot of driving between cities and, frankly, blogging is about the last thing I want to do after driving the 4 1/2 hours from Tampa to Miami. Sorry about that. By the way, I was in Tampa this weekend spending some time with the family.… Read more Quiet Spell