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Monthly Archive for August, 2004
Now they get a little harder. Can you Handle It? I made it to 55 a couple of times. That last question always seems to be insanely hard. Maybe I could do better if I’d actually been alive for more than a couple weeks in the 60s. Via
Wow! this story is so freaking cool I can’t even believe it. Yeah science! It sure would be nice if the US could be leading the world in Stem Cell research instead of losing our lead on the future under the iron fist of luddites.
I love, love LOVE(!) the idea of Hamlet – The Text Adventure. via
According to some guy named Converse who did studies about 50 years ago, and the New Yorker story The Unpolitical Animal, only about 10% of people in the US have a clear understanding of what the various parties and candidates stand for. Even when people think that they are thinking in political terms, even when [...]
There’s something I love about the videos over onWhat Happens If I…?. Is it the wanton destruction? Is it the juvenile joy of discovery? I’m not sure, but whatever it is, please bring me more.
This morning, I took a drive up to Agoura Hills to check out the Paramount Ranch. It was kind of cool. It’s a federal park where they shot a whole bunch of westerns and stuff. The group I went with had a federal park ranger to give us a tour and put on a big [...]
Weird, I was just talking about Bugs Bunny today, and what do I stumple across but Bugs Bunny’s Home Run Derby? I can smoke Tweetie Bird with no problems, but I can’t seem to get past Fog Horn Leg Horn. And, don’t even get me started on the Tazmanian Devil.
Wow, I had no idea that there were so many Macintosh Key Sequences.
The crazy cats over at Red vs. Blue have developed a satirical tutorial (QuickTime) to let everybody know the differences between the real world and the Internet. I don’t know. The Internet still looks pretty good to me. I want it to be true, so it is. Via