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Monthly Archive for September, 2005

Wait, it was a comedy?

Hmmm, I don’t remember The Sining being a comedy. I guess sometimes, the trailer is nothing at all like the movie.

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I’m Batman

In The Cobblepot Caper, you play Batman fighting against the Penguin. It’s a pretty easy game. The main problem is that I can’t figure out how to tell how many health points I have or how many health points the bosses have.

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Stewie Live

The original Subservient Chicken was better (if only because of its novelty), but I still got quite a kick out of the Family Guy’s Subservient Stewie.

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Origins of Seinfeld

TiVo recorded a Seinfeld episode as one of its suggestions for me. So, I’m watching it, and it seems sort of different. I looked it up, and it turns out it was the pilot. It’s really interesting seeing the characters before they were fully fleshed out. You can see shades of what the show would […]

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Review of 6 Payment Gateways

Put your Money where your Mouse Is: 6 Payment Gateways Reviewed [eCommerce] One of the most important decisions you’ll face is to choose a gateway to handle your credit card payments. The well-known Authorize.net may spring to mind, but is it really the best option for your business? In this article, we’ll take an in-depth […]

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Merchant Accounts

I’m not sure that How To Find the Best Merchant Account For Your Business really lives up to its title. Still, it does decode some of the fees you’ll run into, and it does make it clear what to watch out for. Here’s Another One with a bit more info.

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By the Power of 4-Non Blondes

Finally, the internet lives up to its potential. He Man does 4-Non Blondes must surely be the pinnacle of the information age. It’s all downhill from here folks. “What’s going on” indeed!

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Cool Photo Techniques

Over on dg28, the have a collection of cool photographic techniques to try out.

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The First 50 Plan

Wil Schroter suggests that start-ups shouldn’t get hung up trying to figure out how they’re going to make their first $10 million, and instead should focus on making their first $50,000.

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Why Does TiVo Hate Their Customers

Disturbing Report of upcoming TiVo DRM that will prevent you from saving or transferring shows. If this becomes even the slightest of inconveniences for me, I will no longer be a TiVo subscriber. I know big media carries a lot of weight, but the value of TiVo is the control it gives to consumers. TiVo […]

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