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Monday, June 03, 2002

Won't you be, my neighbor?

Couldn't resist. Here are the folks in my neighborhood.

comments   11:23:37 PM    

I've spent the past five minutes playing with the weblogNeighborhood tool. My God. Being able to see what the experts in a field are reading really REALLY brings forth the concept that Adam Curry has been pushing about how "There are no Secrets, Only Information you don't yet have."

Mind Bomb indeed.


categories: Web stuff

comments   6:20:50 PM    

Transmeta takes the Microsoft Tablet. HPaq blesses Crusoe [The Register]

Hmmm. What's interesting here is the Tiqit which is mentioned at the end of the article. It's a 300MHz hand held PC, that will be out Q4 2002. So it's going to be competing against the OQO and the Estari unit, only it's horribly underpowered by comparison, and for the life of me I cannot figure out their target market.  

comments   5:36:55 PM    

Calif. bill would raise legal smoking age to 21 - Forbes 06-03-2002. Calif. Seeks to Raise Legal Smoking Age to 21  - Reuters
Bill seeks to raise smoking age in California to 21  - SJ Mercury [Google Technology News]

Why don't we jsut stop dicking around and outlaw tobacco? Treat it like we do all other drugs, cut out these companies... Oh yeah, that's right, they have a lobby, nevermind.

I don't smoke. I do not like the smell of tobbacco smoke either, other than the occasional cigar (maybe once a year) and the rare bowl of tobacco in my trusty Dr. Grabow's pipe (going on seven years since I used that thing.) But it's getting to the point where even if I wanted to smoke, I would be hard pressed to find a place that would allow it.

comments   5:10:51 PM    

Music Industry Unveils New Piracy-Proof Format: A Black, Plastic Disc With Grooves On It [Link] From SJ Games.

Or: How to combat piracy.


comments   10:20:01 AM    

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categories: Words

comments   10:07:05 AM    

Now You pay for Drivers - UMAX pioneers new price gouge. Virtual madness [The Register]

Hey, great, now I know not to buy their products. Want a mac CD of drivers? $32.00 plus tax, shipping, and handling.

Congrats UMAX, you are now on the "Bad Vendor" list. This means that not only will I not buy your products, I won't reccomend them to my friends, family, or anyone else who asks me what to look for in a product which you produce.

categories: Business

comments   8:00:10 AM    

17" and 19" inch iMacs Coming in 3Q [Slashdot: News for nerds, stuff that matters]

A 19" LCD iMac... I might just have to buy one of those. I love the design of the new machines, and a larger monitor (and if I wait a bit, faster processor) would get me to buy one if only for making my own DVDs.

comments   7:54:21 AM    

Henry David Thoreau. "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined." [Motivational Quotes of the Day]
James Joyce. "Mistakes are the portals of discovery."

comments   7:51:21 AM    

Flash critic to coach Macromedia. If you remember Gary Oldman's character in the movie "The Professional" after he took his medication, you know what ArtFarts everywhere look like after reading this news.

[Web Pages That Suck -- Examples of Bad Web Design]

Man did this ever need to happen. Flsash navigation aas gotten me to stop going to many a site, so having Nielsen step up and show how the navigation should be done is a huge step forward, as well as a neat admission of their faults at the same time. Sweet. (DUDE!)

categories: Business

comments   7:50:01 AM    

Sanyo Solar Ark and Giant LED Display [Slashdot: News for nerds, stuff that matters][Link]

Sanyo built this massive (300M) structure to test and show show off the latest in solar technology. They used what had been defective solar cells that they had recalled last year.

Very cool. Imagine if these could be airlifted to remote regions, you would then have a powerplant as well as a water processing plant all in one. This would make for a great town center, or for a remote station on an otherwise barren plain, either for reasearch, or as an aid station. Or, since it houses water, use it terraform an area, with the addition of some sort of device to collect water during the night and or rainy seasons.  

comments   7:40:35 AM    

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