Wednesday, October 27, 2004

DMCA dealt serious blow by Sixth Circuit Appeals Court

DMCA dealt serious blow by Sixth Circuit Appeals Court

Shout it loud and shout it proud!
The DMCA is being wittled back! Let's here it for the men and women of the 6th Circuit. The DMCA could be a useful piece of legistlation if it were used for so many different reasons to supress fair use and to stiffle competition. Let's hope more reverse-engineering cases get handle correctly

Monday, September 27, 2004

Green Day Store - Buy Green Day CD-R's

Green Day Store - Buy Green Day CD-R's

Found this today...Now this is an interesting idea! Get your pre-printed CD-r's to record you own copy of Green Day. Wonder how this makes their record label feel...Now you REALLY have to look at the CD to find out if it's counterfeit!

Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Google to release a browser?

Google's Making A Browser!

Hmm...Google has registered Maybe the rumors are true,they are starting a browser. That would definitely be interesting...

Monday, September 20, 2004

Minnesota Twins News - Magic Number = 0

Minnesota Twins News

Friday, September 17, 2004

The Minnesota Twins Magic Number!

The Twins Magic Number is 4! And would believe the players from the White Sox are complaining the Twins shouldn't be respected? These numb nuts need to take a look in the mirror. The Twins spanked them this season. The Black Sox would be an awesome team if they actually played like one. And one my all time favorite quotes..."The Dazzle Man" Dan Gladden said "It doesn't take talent to hustle." Sox fans should be asking for their money hussle means no winning. Twins hustle and run out every play. The Twins are winning because they make sure to do the simple things first, like hustle, and then do fancy things. You win baseball games by having more runner cross home plate than the other team. Not complicated, but when you are worried about how you look making the play, or what your stats are, you forget to cross the plate.

Go Twins!

Google like it's 1999 - Engadget -

I really liked this. Mark sent it too me. Looks like our server room right now...although...we aren't hosting a site like Maybe someday :0

Google like it's 1999 - Engadget -

Wednesday, March 17, 2004

Wow...haven't been here for a while!

Sorry I haven't been here for a while...been busy catching up on life!

To the truly stupid pepople we live with!

Oxygen is a very toxic gas and an extreme fire hazard. It is fatal in
concentrations of as little as 0.000001 p.p.m. Humans exposed to the
oxygen concentrations die within a few minutes. Symptoms resemble very
much those of cyanide poisoning (blue face, etc.). In higher
concentrations, e.g. 20%, the toxic effect is somewhat delayed and it
takes about 2.5 billion inhalations before death takes place. The reason
for the delay is the difference in the mechanism of the toxic effect of
oxygen in 20% concentration. It apparently contributes to a complex
process called aging, of which very little is known, except that it is
always fatal.

However, the main disadvantage of the 20% oxygen concentration is in the
fact it is habit forming. The first inhalation (occurring at birth) is
sufficient to make oxygen addiction permanent. After that, any
considerable decrease in the daily oxygen doses results in death with
symptoms resembling those of cyanide poisoning.

Oxygen is an extreme fire hazard. All of the fires that were reported in
the continental U.S. for the period of the past 25 years were found to be
due to the presence of this gas in the atmosphere surrounding the buildings
in question.

Oxygen is especially dangerous because it is odorless, colorless and
tasteless, so that its presence can not be readily detected until it is
too late.
-- Chemical & Engineering News February 6, 1956

Why yes it is possible to completely fool those who wish to be fooled. In college, we used to entertain ourselves make making people believe something that wasn't exactly true. Oh... too many to tell right now. The fact the city was about to take a vote to ban something like foam cups because of water being used to create it doesn't suprise me. What suprises me, is we chose our leaders based on criteria other that who may actually be smart enough to do the job.