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31 March 2007

News from the Net

This is not the kind of news I want to be hearing about the future site of man-made black holes.

Come on Google - why are you blindingly enforcing illegal DMCA requests?

Is Newton to be disproved again?

Fish and Wildlife corruption? That is odd.

For those of you that hate M$ Office, it might be time to update your OpenOffice.

Interesting approach... Turn in your guns and get free computers. Of course, the Mexican schools also seem to be more high-tech than most schools in the USA.

The EU makes some interesting changes... File sharing is now a felony -- IF there is monetary profit. Private uses are now exempt... In similar news, the Russian school teacher who won the case regarding his use of Microsoft products in school is now being retried.

China's fastest growing currency is virtual.

An astronaut is going to run the Boston Marathon on a treadmill in space.

Rumor is that Dyson is looking to compete with Roomba.

Wonder where the scams, spam and phishing is coming from? Aparently, Oracle, Best Buy, et al.

Terahertz for wireless communication? What about the poor ghosts? :)

Governments are against using corn for biofuel. Including our own.

Ooh... A judge ruled AGAINST the DVD-CCA saying that the CSS was not part of the license agreement.

The USPS is releasing a set of Star Wars stamps.

So here's the lesson... When the RIAA sues you and then drops the case, you still pursue a counterclaim. Run them out of business.

Circuit City fired 3400 of their highest paid sales staff to replace them with cheaper labor. Lesson here, if you work for Circuit City, don't get promoted or you risk loosing your job. Personally, that only discourages good customer service, and I for one am very tempted to boycott them.

Wow. Someone listened. California is going to pursue Open Source voting systems.

Cisco develops mobile (read: robotic) wireless net.

MIT manages to reversibly shut down the brain using yellow light. Whether talking about possible medical breakthroughs due to this, or police riot gear... Intriguing nonetheless.

Oooh, now that is some custom sunglasses.

Boeing is working on a fuel cell aircraft.

Eeks - no more boosting my immune system please.

More evolution theories abound.

Spaceport America is underway.

Plastic is on the rise to replace Silicon.

28 March 2007

Sometimes people need to be reminded what they fight for

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

News from the Net

Now that's geeky artwork.

Looks like Nuclear power is going the way of oil.

Airplane almost gets knocked out of the sky by flaming space debris.

John McCain gets screwed by the CEO of Newsvine.

Oooh! My new toy!!! I wanna!!! Evolving Hardware!!!

The RIAA voluntarily backs down after receiving a stern letter.

Semi-Identical twins discovered.

A Hexagon on Saturn that is bigger than Jupiter's Red Spot and has been seen there for over 20 years? Ok, now I am intrigued.

Samsung makes some advances in solid-state storage.

What you need to know before you visit the UK.

I was looking at how you can now get fined $10million and 10-30 years in prison for so much as selling a sandwich to someone with a name similar to one on this list of NATIONALS provided by the Treasury Department... Since our own representative's last name is on the list, I decided to let him know.

Canada tries to follow in the steps of the US.

The Supreme Court looks at making a MINIMUM retail price on products.

27 March 2007

Tuberculosis at Stream's Millikan Site

Fox12 News tonight reported that the Stream site on Millikan and Murray was hit by TB.

Best Buy acquires Speakeasy

Well, I received sad news in my email today. Speakeasy is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Best Buy. Literally overnight, my loyalty to Speakeasy has evaporated. Maybe Google will provide an alternative.

26 March 2007

News from the Net

Your next human organ transplant may actually come from a sheep.

IBM debuts an optical transceiver chipset.

I don't usually like diamonds, but I could make an exception.

I've never heard the phrase 'blood is the same color as water' before... hmmm...

So when Bush's lackeys Diebold don't get someones business, what do they do? They sue for "Wrongful Purchase". How I wish we could easily boycott Diebold.

Pixy Stix power activate... my car that is...

Tolkien's son releases "The Children of Hurin"

It appears the police department now officially works for the Republican party.

Washington State has succumbed to the DHS propaganda. Of course, they also signed into the Internet Tax. So what do you think? Are they being bribed or blackmailed?

Dell refunds cost of Vista.

Time to go shopping :)

Google denies that they are doing a mobile phone

Ooooh... Time to paint your house :)

After the new Stargate movies are done filming (June-ish), they will start work on the new series, Stargate Universe.

The RIAA is now going after a 10-year old girl from Oregon. Of course, the RIAA won the Worst Company in America 2007, beating out Haliburton and Walmart as the most-hated company. In related news, the University of Nebraska attacks the RIAA.

Coldwell Banker starts selling property in SecondLife.

Looks like the government has quit pretending. After a vote, the county attorney had a 'gut feeling' that people misinterpreted it, so they overturned it.

Did you ever wonder how some dinosaurs managed to survive extinction? Well, scientist have found evidence that some of them burrowed to safety.

Oooh. A java-based x86 emulator!

Transgenic mice can now see in color.

Borders and Amazon break up.

France becomes the first country to open up its UFO files to the public.

Move over Robot Wars, its time now for what I have been waiting for... AI Wars.

Dr. Who is a go for another season.

23 March 2007

Streamlined Sales Tax

Wonder whether your state has decided to join the Streamlined Sales Tax Project?


22 March 2007

News from the Net

Politics on YouTube.

ISPs don't want you to know if you are worthy of their services.

The 1998 p0rn law, "Child Online Protection Act" has been struck down by a federal judge saying that it would be better for parents to deal with their own kids rather than infringe on 1st Amendment rights.

RIAA seems to be loosing supporters.

Scientists now think reproduction is not a necessary step in evolution.

The EU considers becoming a less desirable place to work.

Oooh. A polymorphic computer.

Forget doing your homework at night -- your internet access will get cut off to keep your from looking at p0rn.

You know, a year ago I told Ryzom that Above.net was where the lag was coming from. No one believed me. It appears that Above.net (and others) has been screwing up peoples traffic on purpose for over a year.

You thought NASA was falling behind the times? What do you think will happen now that they are shutting down their think tank?

Google shoots themselves in the foot

Virtually overnight Google has become a company that no one wants to work for anymore; themselves becoming a mini-Intel or mini-Microsoft. Well, maybe not so mini....

21 March 2007

Choose Your Own Adventure


I read every one I could find as a kid... Brett found a link to the ones I missed.

News from the Net

Hail Eris!

NASA confirms a 2012 solar storm.

SpaceX launch failed.

Haha! The NFL is busted for abusing the DMCA.

You ever wonder what happens to people who piss off the hacker community? Well, look what happened to Apple.

OOh a chart showing the relationship between scientific paradigms.

Require DRM subscription and you may loose your readership. Or triple your customer support calls.

Apparently the FBI thinks that the Patriot Act is too restrictive to apply to them.

I wonder if I am on their list.

Viacom found to be hypocrites.

The Alaska Department of Revenue lost $38 billion worth of data.

Want some genetically-modified mosquitoes?

What do hippies and livestock owners have in common?

The University of Wisconsin-Madison basically tells the RIAA to f-off.

Looks like Mozilla is finally looking at what we suggested years ago.

Internet2 and LambdaRail look to merge.

Want a car that runs on compressed air?

Adobe releases Apollo. Looks to be their planned Flash replacement.

More gamma-ray news.

19 March 2007

News from the Net

Magnetic coil capture and natural heat pumps on the Moon

More advances on the Grand Unified Theory

Linked Lists, officially developed by the RAND Corporation in 1950s, has been patented by the LSI Logic Group in 2006. It seems the idiots at Cochran Freund & Young LLP get to join the Patent Office in our mutual disgust.

The beginnings of a united space federation?

Dogs have been trained to sniff out CDs.

Looks like is actually a drawback to writing software and donating it to charity.

OOoh. Brain/Computer-Interface!!! I wanna I wanna!

"Baby mummy had European mom[my]"

Ooh Single photon server. I almost said 'photo' instead of 'photon'. That sure would have changed the importance of the link.

Some more advances in car networking.

CPR rescue breaths seem more likely to cause brain damage.

Students vs. Hackers competition.

Archive.org [Friend of the Blog :) ] is being sued because some woman in Colorado decided to run a website without using the standard robots.txt.

Nanotech fingerprinting.

More news on Mars. This time caves.

NASA plans to deflect asteroids.

Hokuriku Electric Power admits to Nuclear coverup.

This is an awesome view of why I like telecommuting :)

Were you wondering what the new Commodores would look like?

High school student awarded $100000 for building a $500 spectrograph.

Pet Food Recall

Evidentially, some pets have already died from tainted pet food.

Americas Choice: Preferred Pets, Authority, Award, Best Choice, Big Bet, Big Red, Bloom, Bruiser, Cadillac, Companion, Compliments, Demoulas Market Basket, Eukanuba, Fine Feline Cat, Food Lion, Foodtown, Giant Companion, Great Choice, Hannaford, Hill Country Fare, Hy-Vee, Iams, Laura Lynn, Li'l Red, Loving Meals, Meijer's Main Choice, Mighty Dog Pouch, Mixables, Nutriplan, Nutro, Nutro Max, Nutro Max Gourmet Classics, Nutro Natural Choice, Nutro Ultra, Ol'Roy Canada, Ol'Roy US, Paws, Pet Essentials, Pet Pride, Pet Pride - Good n Meaty, Presidents Choice, Price Chopper, Priority, Publix, Roche Bros, Save-A-Lot, Schnucks, Science Diet Feline, Savory Cuts Cans, Shep Dog, Sophistacat, Special Kitty Canada, Special Kitty US, Springfield Prize, Springsfield Prize, Sprout, Stater Bros, Total Pet, Wegmans, Western Family, White Rose, Winn Dixie, Your Pet

16 March 2007

Better know a racist: Pauline Klemmer

All over the news (online and broadcast) you are hearing the account of one passenger on US Airways 300, Pauline Klemmer. For responses to her claims, we will be looking at a statement put out by The North American Imams Federation.

Pauline: The facts reported are incomplete and inaccurate.
Me: Of course, that's because you are espousing your racist propaganda as facts; and everyone is reporting about you.

Pauline: he even threatened a huge law suit against US Airways for the discriminating and humiliating treatment of his clients
Me: Since one of those passengers was an attorney, I'd like you to name a single attorney in the entire United States that would let the airline illegally discriminate against them WITHOUT threat of a lawsuit in response.

Pauline: They did a splendid job of handling the situation.
Me: Really? I bet their shareholders would disagree when they find out how much this racial profiling will cost them financially.

Pauline: He is claiming they were removed from the plane for praying in public. And inferring it is wrong to discriminate against them for this.
Me: So, you are saying that if you were removed from a plane because you were praying, you wouldn't see anything wrong with that? Or are you just saying that although it is illegal, it is a moral thing to do? You were listening to the lessons in Church weren't you?

Pauline: They were already claiming discrimination to Fox TV news when I got home from the airport. Something does not smell right here.
Me: Yeah, you. You smell like a racist. Seriously though, when American Airlines refused to let any of the Portland,OR passengers onto the plane, we all blocked American Airlines windows for an entire hour, not letting them do any business whatsoever until they finally agreed to at least pay for the hotel. You're right - we should have called Fox news instead; then it wouldn't have taken as long.

Pauline: This has all of the earmarks of a preplanned "set up" with their attorney all ready to go.
Rev. Dr. Wayne Robinson, Minister (via NAIF): [Omar is] a licensed Islamic Attorney in Jordan
Me: Um, duh. He's an attorney. Of course he had an attorney ready to go. Oh, and BTW...
MSNBC: Airport police handcuffed the men, searched them with dogs and would not provide access to an attorney, the lawsuit says.

Pauline: Do not be fooled by this propaganda.
Me: I couldn't agree more. Oh wait, you aren't done talking.

Pauline: The airline employee taking tickets reported to the crew that [...] she felt uncomfortable with them and she felt they were extreme fundamentalists.
Me: If Pauline knows what the employee said to the crew, the employee should be fired. And if the employee thought they were "extreme fundamentalists" then she is either a social psychologists with a background in theology, or a racist.
NAIF: Neither the pilot nor any of the flight attendants talked to them about leaving the aircraft.

Pauline: I seem to remember hearing something on the news after 911 about the terrorists praying at the airport prior to departing on 911.
Me: Good thing Christians would never pray before the flight takes off, huh?

Pauline: were they intentionally trying to create fear in the passengers
Me: Probably not - that's your job

Pauline: They spoke no English while seated next to me only Arabic, or what ever language they speak.
Me: So. Does that mean that Mexicans speaking Spanish on your flight were terrorists too? Good thing you didn't take an international flight.
NAIF: While on the airplane or inside the terminal, all Imams communicated in English in respect to one of the Imams who does not speak Arabic

Pauline: He was on one phone call the entire time talking very fast while he passed back and forth in front of me.
Me: Ummm. Even ignoring the fact that he is an attorney (which would be grounds for this behavior in and of itself), most business people do that too... Or people running late... Or people with babysitters at home... Or people rushing to the hospital...

Pauline: Their seating arrangement was very unusual and it raised a red flag to the crew[...]
NAIF: [...] all Imams were traveling with returned tickets. They have the itineraries to prove it[...]While on the airplane, all Imams went to their assigned seats. Omar Shaheen, who had been assigned a seat in the first class[...]

Pauline: When they made the call for first class passengers the other 5 boarded as well.
Me: I call bullshit. While everyone tries, they would have been arrested on the spot if they tried to get past the ticket taker.

Pauline: The one in first class, which had been on the telephone, did not stay seated in his first class seat, but walked back to the rear of the plane twice to talk to his friends, during the delay. One of the passengers sitting close to them in the rear of the plane overheard their conversation and became very nervous.
NAIF: Omar Shaheen, who had been assigned a seat in the first class, offered Imam Marwan his seat so that he could sit comfortably. Imam Marwan is blind and needs help while traveling. Imam Marwan respectfully denied the request.

Pauline: A woman passenger, who understood their language, indicated they were making slanderous remarks about the American people, thinking no one would know what they were saying.
Me: Even if true, it is people like you that make that justified.


We'll leave you with a final word...
Rev. Dr. Wayne Robinson, Minister (via NAIF): When I realized that one of them was my friend and colleague, Omar Shahin, I was absolutely outraged. Just this past summer, we both were postgraduate students at Oxford University, sat in class next to each other and broke bread together.

News from the Net

Google exec confirms the Google phone.

All you electrical fans will love this... Apply an electric current to a diode and it will propel itself through water :)

NASA discovers large amounts of ice on Mars.

Thomson SA is working to make sure that the government can track who makes a copy of a video... unfortunately, that would also mean allowing the government to track dissenters and activists.

NPR fights the raise in Internet Royalties.

Hehehe. The RIAA is being forced to disclose their attorney fees. If I understand correctly, they are going to have to pay that much for the oppositions attorneys, instead of what the other attorney actually cost.

Pluto-sized collisions in the Kuiper Belt.

There appears to be significant activity at Yellowstone?

Standard is trying to redesign the Internet from scratch...

131 projects are now waiting for you at the Google Summer of Code (now open).

Great... Corn that is toxic to the liver and kidneys...

SCO and Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. of Utah are trying to prevent porn from being on port 80. Isn't there something that can be said about the fact that porn was there first (well, at least before most websites they ever visit).

Hmmm... Social networking journalism...

2007 Star Wars Fan Movie Challenge

Eeeww... Slimy dresses from beer and wine.

Hehe.. The EFF completely pwn'd a DMCA abuser...

Oooh. Advances on Optical Computers...

The idiots at the Patent Office are now calling P2P filesharing a threat to children and national security. Here's an idea... Since they are so worried about information getting leaked, why don't we stop patenting things altogether so that they don't have to keep all those nasty public records?

Remember printing biological tissue? And of course how OLEDs are made with inkjet technology... How about Semiconductor 2.0 -- organic semiconductors printed using inkjet technology?

802.11n finally approved

Although its now clear that Hydrogen is not as desirable as Electric for vehicles, storing hydrogen as a solid is still cool.

14 March 2007

Half full or Half empty?

I was thinking the other day about how people use the hall full or half empty argument to specify whether or not someone is a pessimist or an optimist.

I don't think this is accurate. In fact, I think the people who follow that line of reasoning are likely to ignore things such as facts.

So is the glass half full or half empty? I have found a solution to make it more technically correct at all times. Simply think "at least" when answer.

Example:

If the glass is 1/3rd liquid, then you could say that it is [at least] half empty, but you could not say it is [at least] half full.

If the glass is 51% liquid, you could say it is [at least] half full, but could not say it is [at least] half empty.

What about 50/50? Then you could say it is [at least] half full and you could say it is [at least] half empty. Both are technically and factually correct. It doesn't make you an optimist or pessimist -- both are factually correct.


This same mechanism could be applied to other things as well.

Switzerland is not [at least] 1/6th the size of Oregon; but Oregon is [at least] 6 times larger than Switzerland.

News from the Net

My friggin browser crashed the first time I was getting ready to post this, so bear with me if I am not as creative in my comments as usual...

How about a LEGO Autopilot?

NASA takes another page from science fiction and proposes a new spacecraft.

The UK government UN-links obesity and exercise. Of course, other research says you gain more brain cells when exercising.

The US government plans on spending $990million to get people to switch to digital tv.

Dell has a survey up (until 3/23) to ask your opinion on their future with Linux.

NASA creates some new Mars videos.

Homeland Security starts a new US Computer Forensics Institute.

Non-ASCII URLs test worked.

Viacom sues Google for $1billion for copyright-infringment on YouTube. Come on Google - take them down!

Asus releases HDMI graphics cards.

13 March 2007

News from the Net

AT&T think they are above the law.

Remember rabbit ears? How would you like to use them to get your internet access?

Google helps the Indian government censor... didn't they learn anything from public outcry when they helped China?

New photos of the Jupiter neighborhood.

Halliburton moves HQ to United Arab Emirates...

Lisa Rachjel appears to be on the take.

12 March 2007

News from the Net

Underwater GPS coming soon.

You game avatar may soon look like you.

You can now get ASI laptops with Seagate's full disk encryption.

This mashup mixes Census data with Google Maps.

You've all heard about Google's cafeteria... What about their shuttle system?

Haha! I am starting to like New Mexico more and more... Shortly after they unanimously decided to impeach Bush and Chaney; they are now planning on giving Pluto back it's Planet-status.

Now this sounds like a fun job :)

Looks like Cobra commander was right after all.

British citizens who refuse a variety of 1984-tactics will be refused passports. Let me guess, before reading the link, you assume that it is just the normal provide the social security number, or whatever? Here's a nice little example: "the records of their car movements for the last year"... Of course, that is after they try to make their own NURV/SkyNet.

More scientific breakthroughs expected to be complete in 2012.

Now this is unexpected. Evidentially nerves transmit via sound not electricity.

Connecticut is trying to charge social networking sites $5000/day if they don't verify the identity and age of the users... Since you can't always trust a state issued ID card in person (or the upcoming National ID card that can be hacked by simply being in the same area), how are they expecting you to know how old the person typing is? Oh no, someone went to get a coke and someone else sat down. Your website better detect that!

Oooh Sea-creature Electronics.

The Justice Department audited the FBI and found them guilty of illegally abusing the Patriot Act. Sweden is no better.

Warning when driving around Oregon

ODOT is reporting that many of the yellow flashing school sign/lights did not auto-adjust to the new day light savings time, and thus are not flashing yellow when they should be. The are unsure as of now how long it will take to update them all.

09 March 2007

Flatland

If any of you were a fan of the 1884 novel, you may like to see this trailer for a 2007 movie. Of course, if you never read it, you could always read the HTML version (with pictures) or the text version (ASCII art).

News from the Net

There is some interesting news regarding LinuxBIOS.

The Total Information Awareness program appears to be rearing its ugly head again.

A new theory on the formation of the galaxies... I dunno, looking at the synopsis it looks like common sense.

I never thought I would say this, but scientists have found a new way to fight cancer -- by shooting it with antimatter.

Hmmm... robotic satellite repair in space... nice.

Vonage looses to Verizon.

Microsoft admits that ALL UPDATES relay information to them, whether using Windows Genuine Advantage or not. In fact, when you tell it not to install WGA (and not to send information to M$) the first thing it does is send the fact that you chose not to (and the registry information) to M$. Personally, I think that should be considered fraudulent.

Evidentally, IBM is opening a paranormal search engine... however, I couldn't get it to open... and not sure I would trust them not to censor.

After (Speaker of the House) Pelosi was found to be violating C-SPANs copyright, they miraculously decided anyone can copy the content now (for non-commercial use).

Oooh... 3D search engine :)

Man, Samsung should give me a few hundred of their hydrid drives. I could find a good use for them.

The Canadian version of the IRS takes a blow.

What do you get when you cross lice and gorillas?

So remember how the DHS said we all have to switch to the RFID Passport / National ID? Well, it is a good thing that they are soooooo secure.

What's smaller than a laptop and bigger than a blackberry? Paul Allen's new device.

Google is mailing hard drives around.

Turkey bans YouTube.

Brett will like this... Water-cooled RAM.

Palm and Handspring and now Numenta.

France has made it illegal for anyone OTHER THAN JOURNALIST to film violence.

Scientists now thing that HUNAB KU (er, I mean, Sagitarius A*) is the source of gamma radiation in the galaxy.

The FCC busts the RIAA?

06 March 2007

News from the Net

Intel evidentally destroyed information for an anti-trust case.

Never thought I would see this... A new Commodore...

Hehe... LEGO MMO :)

Researchers at the NEC Research Institute have broken the speed of sound light. Finally. I am sick and tired thinking the speed of light is anything more significant than the speed of sound was to people of the middle ages.

Looks like our local Century16 may soon have digitally-transfered films.

Ooh... Gothic solar cells? Does this remind anyone else of Mission Earth? Of course, this material could be considered the exact opposite...

Hmmm... What is the valid usages beyond Minority Report for this technology?

It appears that Diebold finally realizes that we hate them.

New species of dinosaur identified.

How about a DIY Laptop.

Intel and AMD go back to having extra sockets on the board.

Does anyone else think the new pictures of Saturn look kinda fake? Why is that? Bad cameras?

Here, I'll give you a teaser: where earth's mantle lays exposed without any crust covering it

The FDA and AMA disagree about what to give the cattle.

Man, why couldn't they have banned homework when **I** was in school?

The RIAA may have found a way to shut down all but the pirate internet radio stations.

Some scientists think the Sun is causing global warming.

Well, Mayan prophecy, Armageddon, or just Bush's National ID? If you don't read ANYTHING else, read this one.

Have you ever saw something on BestBuy.com, decided to buy it, went down to the store, told them that the internet price was lower than the price at the store, had them show you online that it wasn't? Well, if so, now you know why.

Scotland makes some advances in wave power.

More fun with lasers.

02 March 2007

Cute video 'Esc'

Justin Henton: Esc is my student film completed in 8 months at Emily Carr Institute.

01 March 2007

Project Epoc thought-powered controller

OMG! OMFG!

I finally found a way to stop the onslaught of carpal tunnel!

Diet Coke and Mentos update

Ok, this was really funny -- but you need to watch this first as background information on the commentator.

News from the Net

Yet another battery recall

Microsoft being fined again

Dell caught censoring

Is this the beginning of a new Library of Alexandria?

Oooh.. Teraflop GPUs...

Wikipedia caught in more scandals.

Photoshop to become an online ad-sponsored program.

Hmmm... which to pay... $10 or $20000?

More recycling news.

DNA-based data storage.

This is interesting... imagine the amount of water in the Arctic Ocean... now imagine finding that water UNDER Asia.

Looks like random OSes can now run on the Xbox360.

Ooh nice. A transistor made of a single layer of carbon atoms.

Looks like the guy in charge of the Patent Office is spreading propaganda.. "every nation" - yeah right.

Wow. Canada has turned down renewal of their version of the Patriot Act.

CompUSA is closing over half of their stores.

How about a "steampunk" keyboard mod?

Space shuttle was damaged -- by hail.

Google ads declared to be free speech.

China remote controls some pigeons.

Matt Damon as Kirk? Good timing though, since we now have friggin tricorders!

Instead of being taught how to walk, these robots do it dynamically.

There seems to be trouble in the hive.

The European Commission is at odds with Germany over Net Neutrality.

Think you kids are online too much? Well, see what China does about it.

A hacker wins for a change.

Mock Theta Functions figured out.

T-Mobile should soon be loosing a large customer base, since they now ban use of 3rd party software.

A Federal Appeals Court has decided that I can't be held responsible for the comments you leave to this blog.

After California went to ban incandescent bulbs, GE comes forward to make incandescent bulbs on par with compact fluorescent. Kinda makes you think they could have done that earlier, huh?

Konami machines pulled after the news reported on the subliminal messages.

OOhhh. Clouds on Mars.