Welcome to my Brain. Please watch your step.

Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Apple Files Patent for New Digital Camera

Apple patent references a digital camera. Will Apple surprise us at Macworld?

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Got a Cold? Stay away from NyQuil/DayQuil

Vicks changed the formulation of their popular NyQuil and DayQuil products, removing the active ingredient pseudoephedrine due to its use in making crystal meth. The new active ingredient does nothing for nasal congestion, and the entire product is less effective. Check the labels before buying your usual cold product to avoid "surprises".

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Ever get the feeling the people at Blockbuster are calling you an idiot?

Unsurprisingly, the managers at Blockbuster really do call you an idiot behind your back, and possibly even in their computer system. For an added bonus, sometimes they'll even print it on your receipt for all to share.

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Free Credit Report Check

You are entitled by law to get a free, that's right, free credit report on your credit. Here is a link that will direct you to get your credit report printed out.

HOW TO: Survive worst case scenarios!

Packed full of useful information such as "How To Survive A Volcanic Eruption", "How To Navigate A Minefield", "How To Escape From A Car Hanging Over The Edge Of A Cliff" and of course "How To Cross A Piranha-Infested River".

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Monday, November 28, 2005

Free Audiobooks, Speeches, Video Lectures

Directory of 500+ free audio books, video lectures, historical speeches. Many can be downloaded or streamed. Good stuff to load up on that new iPod you're about to get!

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Xbox 360 as new film distribution model?

Are the Xbox 360 and upcoming PS3 "Trojan horses to get Microsoft and Sony devices into as many homes as possible"? A great article on how gaming is impacting - and could potentially, evetually revolutionize - the film industry.

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Saturday, November 26, 2005

The origin of Google

the original Stanford presentation authored by Larry Page. a piece of history that Stanford is clearly proud of. includes the basis of the Google PageRank algorithm. fascinating stuff !

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The Matrix Explained (almost)

Buddy has spent an awful lot of time and effort trying to sort out the Matrix for us.

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Google and Earthquakes

USGS Earthquakes + Google maps allows you to see earthquakes in your area.

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Friday, November 25, 2005

I thought it was impossible for me to hate BB any more. Then I saw the news

They say they waited for hours outside a local best buy store to buy the new Xbox 360 then were told the price would be different from what was advertised. Employees say management took advantage of the situation to make more money.

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Get your own here

Thursday, November 24, 2005


I can not wait 'till I get off work. I will be parking my posterior with Will Fowler and Breanna Talsma, and we will be camping outside of Best Buy for that Toshiba laptop that's going on sale. I am just going to have fun, I'll take a bunch of pictures and document the event. This is the first time I am doing anything like this. I figured I am 21-years-old and still haven't done something like this and that it was about time. Well, Gotta go get in line. PEACE!

1980 Games Online...

Games From the 80s and early 90s. Lots of ninentdo and arcade games run right on the site... Enjoy

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New version of AVG Free now available!!

The newest version of the popular AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition is available for download. The new version of AVG Free provides increased scanning speed as well as additional improvements which include a new event-history log and added options for filename extension definitions.

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What's Goin' On?!

Well...recently I have been hesitant about writing about my personal life because...well...there is just so much to write about. So I will break it down into topics and cover them as such.


School is...well...difficult. Not so much as grades. It's all psychological stuff. I'm kind of sick of getting taught at. A person, gets up in front of the class and starts talking. Each period is like a monologue of personal beliefs. I want to be involved. I think about the most influential teachers in my life and all of them involved me somehow in their lessons. Richard A. Guidry was probably one of the best teachers I ever had along with Major Hernandez. Both teachers at Highland High School. They made school fun. I didn't fall asleep, why? Because I was active in participating. Not listening to some guy drone on and on. I want to teach someday just so I can make history fun for someone. That would be cool.

My grades are good. I think. I got my mid-term grades with 4 F's. Apparently some projects were lost, tests not graded so instead of putting an 'Inc.' they put an F. My motivation for school plumitted after I got that, oh and after I spent 30 hours outlining the book of Daniel and getting a 'C+' even after I showed it to the professor and he gave his approval.

Betty got a nasty letter from one of the staff members. It was about being late on the last two payments of her school. I thought she was exaggerating when she told me that it was rude and uncalled for and that she was just being emotional. I read the note, my billed is payed off and even I was offended. Basically the letter bashed her character, told her she lost her testimony and should not be allowed to go on her extended ministry to work at a growing church because she is not fit to represent the college. This can be slightly discouraging to a women that works two jobs, and is not getting any help from friends or family. Her church was supposed to help her but she has yet to receive another payment. But whatever...


I did end up getting that job at working for as a help desk operator. I hate that title, it's so feminine, and it doesn't even explain what we do. We are not helping with internal issues within the company. In fact, we are Corresponding Network Troubleshooting Analysts and with a title like that we deserve six figure incomes! Yesss! Well, I get $10 an hour. But most of all it gets me some extra income so, hopefully, I can get a place on my own. Well...the job is cool. I sit around all day waiting for some upper-middle class, fat, balding, white guy from Philly to ask me questions, while using lingo that he doesn't understand himself, incessantly crunching on potato chips in my ear sending chills down my spine and giving me attitude because he spent the last 45 minutes power cycling his router with Hajid from India. However, when I am not on the phone I surf the internet mindlessly looking for something mildly entertaining. So that's work.


I am loving my 15 minutes of fame here at school though. I somewhat turned into a hero of some sort here at school...It is funny how the person who thinks outside the box is the persecuted one but once he becomes the man at the top of the ladder he becomes the gifted one. I still think out of the box but now it is not frowned upon. In fact, people really like it, and in turn really like me. I use my new found power not to hurt those below me though. I talk to guys I don't know and encourage them. I help people feel at home and try to give people a good laugh, yes, even at my own expense. People know that I am real. They know that I am not putting on a show just like other people. They see my good days, they see my bad days. They see when I'm struggling with something and I think something inside of them says, “See, you're not alone. Even Joe Philipson deals with his own wars.” I think that helps people. I never had much respect for a guy that had everything going good for him.

Betty and I are doing great. I will not go into any detail but things are going soo good right now. I really like this girl and hope that it ends up at the marriage altar. It is a struggle though. So many things go through my head. Things that I am not sure if they are natural or not. I sometimes do not know how to handle certain situations or what I should be expecting out of a relationship. This is the first real relationship I have ever attempted. I just take it a day at a time.

I have the best roomates in the whole world. , Chardon, and Maciaha (I still can't spell it). Maciaha gets mad at me because he's supposed to, that's what room leaders do, especially when Dr. Weaver and Dr. Goetsch are giving you beef. We all work full-time and work really hard. Yeah we don't have the cleanest room, but I feel that it is presentable none-the-less. Chardon works in the kitchen. He has to work on campus because he's a Canadian citizen and technically can not work in the US. fills sandbags all day, it's hard work but somebodies got to do it. He talks in his sleep every night at 12:00 and 12:30. When he is really tired he gets up and walks around. It was scary at first but now has become something to joke about the next day. All my roomates are really considerate and easy to get along with. I have some videos that I am uploading on video.google.com. I will post links as soon as they are approved and posted ready for viewing.


Everything is going good in this area. As I stated above I have a good job that I like. I am invested in several companies that are doing really really well.

Apple – AAPL
Boeing – BA
Titanium Metals – TIE
Sarah Lee – SLE
Prepaid Legal – PPL
Mattel – MAT
Johnson and Johnson – JNJ

I have found that this is an extremely addicting hobby but also very fun and educational. I have also decided to sell my United States Treasury Bonds and purchase more stock in TIE. This should be exciting.


I am working Thanksgiving Holiday so if you want to send me an e-mail wishing me a Happy Thanksgiving it would be much appreciated. However, before work I will be going over the Jones' house for fellowship with Betty, which should be fun, and that night I will be camping at Best Buy, in line waiting to get those holiday specials. I will be there taking pictures to document this radical event. So, I guess that is where I will leave it. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone and a happy 1 year blogging for me. See you all later.

If you can decode* this I will give you mad props.

“Unccl Gunaxftvivat gb nyy naq n Zreel Zreel Puevfgznf”

*Hint - ROT13

Monday, November 21, 2005

NESamp MP3 Player - Futurenews.at

NESamp MP3 Player - Futurenews.at: "Sonntag, 20. November 2005"

Make an MP3 player out of an old NES controller. Have a look!

Saturday, November 19, 2005

Map WCBC Students

Click here so we can map all the WCBC students. Tell all your friends about it and to do it. When you register put where your from, not that you live on campus.

Also, Hyundoe and I have started a WCBC forum for all us college students.

Upload to Google Videos

Ever watch video clips off of Google Videos? Ever wonder how to upload your videos on there to share with friends and family or just with complete strangers? Google is now allowing you to upload your videos to Google Video.

Upload Videos

Friday, November 18, 2005

Free Text Messaging

Gives a site linking to other sites that provide free text messaging to peoples cell phones from your computer. If you're not allowed to carry a phone on you at work you can still text your friends.

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Digg This!

New firefox extension adds Digg This! to the right-click or Tools menu. the Digg This! menu speeds up the process of submitting stories to the news website digg.com

Check it out! and Digg it.

Thursday, November 17, 2005

Need your help...

To all my readers,

Ok all you faithful readers of my blog. Even those of you who don't read my blog faithfully....Amanda....there is this website Frappr.com. It maps locations and you can sign groups up and I started a group for the people that subscribe to and read this blog. So if you would please register here We can all get to know each other. I know some of you are out there and read but never comment or anything. It can get lonely. So help me out.


P.S. I have been blogging for over a year now. Make it a birthday present :-)

Google Video Downloader - Final version

Google Video Downloader - Final version. Get the download link from Google Video (http://video.google.com)

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Google Purchases Riya for $40 Mil

With Riya's software Google uses face recognition technology to identify people in photos. The system can also recognize text such as street signs.

Why should you care? What if you wanted to do a search on not a word, or a topic, but on someone. You can google someone and get pictures of what they did yesterday, where they went. Where your car is parked. These are crazy times.

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Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Mom Makes Teen Stand on Street With Sign

She made Coretha stand at a busy Oklahoma City intersection Nov. 4 with a cardboard sign that read: "I don't do my homework and I act up in school, so my parents are preparing me for my future. Will work for food."

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Leeroy Jenkins Parody

Everyone who has played World of Warcraft knows who Leeroy Jenkins is. Here is a little parody that I found.

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What is World Of Warcraft?

Leeroy Jenkins makes his first prime time television appearance tonight, on Jeopardy. "This role-playing game out in 2004 returns to the "World" of Azeroth, where heroes like Leeroy Jenkins do battle."

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Beijing blocks foreign newspapers

Communism always isolates it's inhabitants. Not just with internet but with print.

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Unveiled today Photos of the MIT $100 laptop! look its real

Unveiled today: A prototype $100 laptop computer, designed for distribution to millions of students in developing countries. It has a hand crank for power. Who wouldn't love this?
These laptops are not yet in production and are not for sale.

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AOL Bleeding 300 Customes an Hour

A quick blurb on the death spiral AOL is in.

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No more .99 songs on iTunes

Looks like Jobs is getting pressured to raise the prices of songs...

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The story behind Apple's Famous 1984 ad

An amazing ad and the story behind it, it almost doesn't get played. Plus at the bottom there's a link to the ad in both it's 60 second and 30 second versions. Plus a behind-the-scenes look at it.

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Tuesday, November 15, 2005

New Photo's

Originally uploaded by JPhilipson.
I recently took some photos by Ave. K and 165th st. east. There's this old building out there that I've always wanted to go out there and take pictures of...you can click here and see the ones that I took. I don't know why but I really like them. Maybe you can tell me what you think.

Monday, November 14, 2005

Hard Disk in 1975

Hard Disk de 1975
Originally uploaded by .: Regis Photo Book :..
500kb Hard drive circa 1975

Google Registers A Few New Domain Names

+ GoogleMagazines.com
also registered in the .net, .org, and .info domains.

+ GooglePapers.org
also registered in .net and .info domains. GooglePapers.com is registered to a person in British Columbia.

+ GoogleMicrofilm.com
also registered in the .net, .org, and .info domains. Forget books. We do know that LOTS of microfilm needs to be digitized. (-: Other than that, speculate all you want, or not.

+ GoogleLibrary.org
GoogleLibrary.com, .net, and .info are registered to others. Here's a chance to get at least one domain.

Here is a list of all their registered Domain names.

Sunday, November 13, 2005

Kuwait's biggest field starts to run out of oil

We better start implementing some other types of fuel, and soon so we are prepared for what might happen. I don't think we'll run out in my life time but it may become a rare commodity.

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New Safety Signs

Got these from theonion.com

Google map of Sex Offenders Near you!

This is very scary but very useful. It is a very accurate listing of all sex offenders on a google map. It shows the address along with a picture. There is one literally a block from where I live. Very useful.

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Friday, November 11, 2005

New Linksys Wireless-G IP phone!!

"A new Linksys Wireless-G IP phone WIP300 has appeared to the public on the FCC pages. It will allow you to make phone calls using your braodband connection whether your at home, in the office or a public hotspot."

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Build a submarine out of PVC pipe.

Story about how I built a Remote Operated Vehicle out of PCV pipe, and powered by some small 12v builge pumps. There are some pictures and a short video taken with the SUB.

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Physicist claims the universe is not 3D, it's only an illusion.

The holographic principle is a new theory of quantum physics that claims that the universe is not in fact three dimensional at all.

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The Expository List of Linux Viruses

Here is a link that shows the entire library of linux viruses. Yes, I scrolled through this massive list and I do admit it was an arduous task but yea I can add that to "things I have done."

Why Every Windows User Needs a Linux Live CD

Has your Windows computer ever failed to boot or refused to go online? You know that if you could just get online you could search for an answer to your problem. Thats why you have to get one of that Linux Live Cds.

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Hard Drive prices over the last 25 years

Stroll down memory lane to 1995 when $2900 got you a 2.9 GIG Seagate or better yet, to 1980 when $4000 got you an 18MB North Star...

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HOW TO: Install Linux on an iPod Nano

It was recently anounced that linux could be run on an iPod Nano. This is a very simple guide on doing this throgh windows xp. Be sure to back up your iPod before doing this

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Thursday, November 10, 2005

Wikipedia founder admits to serious quality problems

"Encouraging signs from the Wikipedia project, where co-founder and überpedian Jimmy Wales has acknowledged there are real quality problems with the online work."

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First Computer Ever !

Has manual crank for driving the clock frequency by hand.

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70 Free Songs From iTunes!

Download 70 songs on iTunes made by Stanford student. the songs include "A wide range of musical performance by Stanford student,faculty, alumni and artists-in-residence.

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Self-healing chips

IBM has come up with a chip that can repair itself if it blows a fuse.

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Half Life 2 DeathMatch

Valve has released Half Life 2 DeathMatch. DeathMatch allowes users to play in Half Life 2 environments while spreading their friends brains on the concrete.

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Huge star is discovered moving at 1.6 million miles an hour

Highly unusual, a huge star has been discovered in the Milky Way (our galaxy) that is moving at the incredible speed of 1.6 million miles per hour. Who knows, maybe it's really a Borg ship headed this way!

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Fighting bacteria without antibiotics

In research conducted at the Hebrew University, a method for controlling bacterial activity without antibiotics was developed. The research showed how it is possible to interfere with the communication of groups of bacteria thus enabling new ways of fighting bacterial infections as well as ways to help beneficial bacteria to multiply.

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Build a submarine out of PVC pipe.

Story about how I built a Remote Operated Vehicle out of PCV pipe, and powered by some small 12v builge pumps. There are some pictures and a short video taken with the SUB.

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OpenDocument format gathers steam - MS Office now has some real competition

"The participants in last week's ODF Summit included Red Hat, Adobe, Computer Associates, Corel, Nokia, Intel..., in addition to Oracle, Novell and Google. The goal of the meeting, convened by Bob Sutor, IBM's vice president of standards and open source, was to drive support for the standards "on a global level," Sutor said." Look out, MS Office.

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Jet vs. Bird Video!

as seen through the HUD. Check this video out...

...Both lose

(Direct Video Link)

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Wednesday, November 09, 2005

A Little Study of Starbucks

Because of some of the places that I gathered this information from, and the original Starbuck's logo which is very provacotive, I will be copying and pasting stuff from these sites. I won't be posting where I got them from unless you e-mail me and I can reveal that information. The Starbucks logo is not a symbol of Wicca, which some have thought.

"...Typically they are called Sirens - both the half-bird/half-woman and the half-fish/half-woman varieties. The fish type are usually called Mermaids. Both types according to the ancient Greeks were in the business of seducing mariners with songs and promises of sex and then killing them, but Hans Christian Andersen and Disney mostly made everybody forget that.

The whole sex-symbol status of mermaids hinges on the question which part is "woman" - upper or lower. "The other type of mermaid" that hapless Fry was referring to would have problems attracting suitors, of course. And how do you do it with the normal type?

Wise mythologists came up with the answer, of course. And the answer is a two-tailed mermaid sometimes called a Melusine."

If you look at the last Starbucks logo, you can see the mermaid...errrr...inviting people in...not to have coffee mind you. Today, Starbucks is viewed as an innocent coffee joint. People, like myself, have probably pondered, while in line, what the logo is supposed to be right before I order. Some people have accused Starbuscks of having a pro-homosexual view and have been pushing a homosexual agenda. Especially with the release of their new cup which promotes a homosexual lifestyle.

Building the $200 OSx86 Mac

"...In the following article I will discuss how to build a Intel based computer that comes very closely to meeting the specs of the OSx86 Development machines. We will discuss exactly WHAT hardware you want, WHERE to find the software, and HOW to install it..."

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Phoneswarm 2005 -targets a random US payphone, then tells the world to call it

Phoneswarm 2005.: "This week's payphone location: Ferry pier, Sausalito, California. The phone number of the current phone is, as always, displayed via the logo to the left. Here's a short list of all the ways you can work the payphone magic."

iPod + Doom = iDoom

This is pretty cool. Now you too can play the loveable game that got me into computers and first person shooters. I owe who I am today because of Doom. So, get it, if you have an iPod nano and your life will forever be changed as well.

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Google Reader

I was goofing around and I found another Google Beta in progress

1976 Pong Owner's Manual

Here are some pictures of the Original 1976 Pong Owner's Manual

Truth in HDTV advertising

This is funny, because I worked in the Home Theatre Department at Best Buy and this totally looks like something they would do.

US scientists' new robot has 20,000 brain cells

It is remarkable the progression in technology with Robots:

US scientists' new robot has 20,000 brain cells
New York
| November 06, 2005 2:15:05 PM IST

Scientists in US have built a robot that is operating on biological principles and without any pre-specified instruction.

Researchers at the Neurosciences Institute (NSI) in La Jolla, California have developed 'Darwin VII' a trashcan-shaped robot that has just 20,000 brain cells.

The infant crawls across a floor strewn with blocks, grabbing and tasting as it goes, its malleable mind impressionable and hungry to learn, reports New Scientist.

It is already adapting, discovering that the striped blocks are yummy and the spotted ones taste bad, the report said.

Its exploration is driven by instincts: an interest in bright objects, a predilection for tasting things, and an innate notion of what tastes good.

Darwin VII consists of a mobile base equipped with a CCD camera for vision, microphones for hearing, conductivity sensors for taste, and effectors for movement of its base, of its head, and of a gripping manipulator, university researchers Jeffrey L. Krichmar Gerald and M. Edelman write in a paper.

Monday, November 07, 2005

Silicon Valley Sleuth: Yahoo Maps pranks Google

Silicon Valley Sleuth: Yahoo Maps pranks Google

That's No Moon

On July 3, 2004, soon after orbital insertion around Saturn, the unmanned spacecraft Cassini sent this disturbing image back to Earth.
A new Death Star?
While many believed this to be proof of the existence of a new Death Star in our very own solar system, it turns out that's no space station. This is a picture of Mimas. Mimas is one of the 31 moons of Saturn. It's 247 miles across (398 kilometers) and sports a huge crater named Herschel that is 80 miles wide (130 kilometers). This picture was taken by the Cassini spacecraft from about a million miles (1.7 million kilometers) away!

How the Death Star Works

At Howstuffworks.com I found out How the Death Star Works.

Saturday, November 05, 2005

GameFAQs: 10-Year Anniversary Contest - The 10 Best Games Ever

GameFAQs: 10-Year Anniversary Contest - The 10 Best Games Ever

World's Smallest Church

ross Island Chapel, Oneida, New York, USA

Wired 13.08: Art Attack

Wired 13.08: Art Attack

It's noon in London, and self-described "art terrorist" Banksy is preparing for his next installation. "I've created a cave painting," he says. "It's a bit of rock with a stick man chasing a wildebeest and pushing a shopping cart." The next day, Banksy carefully hangs his work - called Early Man Goes to Market and credited to "Banksymus Maximus"...

How to slip past the DMCA

DMCA Lets you LEGALLY play ROMs of older systems!!!

In this article, first brought to my attention on TWIT, explains that if "Computer programs and video games distributed in formats that have become obsolete and which require the original media or hardware as a condition of access". This means that if you want to play a Nintendo ROM you do not need to have the original game !

Friday, November 04, 2005

The Pop vs. Soda Page

The age old fight on whether to call that black carbonated fluid everyone drinks pop or soda. Well, all those discussions at the lunch table at WCBC can now be put aside. State of the art technologies have been used to take a demographic poll of our great land to see what the people think about coke...errr...soda...errr pop.

Welcome to The Law Offices of Juan J. Dominguez

I take it back. My dad did a little stuff for The Law Offices of Juan J. Dominguez and they a pretty bad website too and they're a pretty big law firm.

Law Offices of Philipson & Erdmier

I just found out. Thanks to the help of my dear Betty that my dad actually has a website for his firm...It is not the best website in the world, actually it's scary old. Like those Geocity websites back in the days. I'm trying not to laugh. Sorry dad.

U.S. Dog Owners Fear Arrival Of Africanized Fleas

U.S. Dog Owners Fear Arrival Of Africanized Fleas | The Onion - America's Finest News Source

This website is great The Onion.com. Don't take it seriously, most of it is satire and sarcasm. The Whitehouse just sent them a cease and desist letter. Pretty crazy huh? Well, check it out and let me know what you think.

10 Things Your Shouldn't Buy New

A while back we posted about 5 things you shouldn't buy new. Well, MSN
Money lists 10 things you shouldn't ever buy new. Obviously, some things
are best purchased new; lingerie pops to mind. But lots...

Robots of Arabia

Robots for Camel races?!

These people have too much money and nothing serious to spend it on if they are building robotic jockeys to ride their camels...Maybe they should try feeding their people. Or educating them so when the oil runs out then they can do something. But I guess you have to have some level of intelligence to even think about that.

VW Goes Hybrid

VW Hops on Hybrid Bandwagon

Silence Your Mouse

Click. Click click. Clickity click click...aaaaargggghh! If mouse clicks drive you nuts, consider this do-it-yourself hack to silence your mouse
forever more. It's a fairly complicated hack--you'll...

Thursday, November 03, 2005

eSnips.com offering 1 Gig free storage!


New Job and Drug Tests

I’m going to give a little update to my life.  Betty and I are doing good.  That’s all I’ll say about that.  I got that job at EDO.  I am currently sitting in the lobby of Sierra Medical Group awaiting to take my drug test via my urine!  How exciting! (  I’m being facetious if you couldn’t tell.  I had to take a drug test for the first time when I was applying for my job at Best Buy.  It was possibly the most awkward thing I had done.  Sitting in urgent care is always awkward.  These white metal chairs with all these different kinds of people sitting around with all their various maladies.  I fear to touch anything for I may be infected with some incurable disease left by the previous patient.  The TV in the waiting room is neat, that is if you get a seat where you can see it.  Furthermore, if you do get a good seat usually what your watching is going to be dumb. Moreover, if you got a seat, and it wasn’t dumb you wouldn’t be able to hear it because it would be at such a volume to where you could recognize the speakers were emitting some sort of reverberation but it would be too low to detect.  So annoyingly you sit, watching a TV you can’t hear trying not to make any sort of eye contact with the people around you.  ‘I wonder what her problem is’, I think to myself.  Right now I’m watching Disney’s Cinderella.  The mice are making her dress.  This leads me to my next point, why can’t I have cool mice that do nice things for me.  Like my homework, or reconnaissance work in the girl’s dorm, or assassination plots, and of course world domination.  I could sure use a couple of good mice.  

I’ve been listening to 43 Folders and I really liked the last Podcast he had.  About the phone, It is soo true!  He gives an example and says, “See that glass in your hand, it’s just temporarily pre-shattered”  I think if I just looked at everything that I won in my life and just realize that it is just pre-destroyed or pre-broke I wouldn’t freak out every time it did.  Things weren’t meant to last forever. Also, I’ve been told that it is no longer necessary to space twice after a period.  This is unconfirmed and my source is shaky at best, Mrs. Weaver, but I will search this out and see if it is true.

The last book I finished was Five People You Will Meet In Heaven.  I thought this book was going to be a good management type book.  You know, these are five people you can gleam knowledge off of to help improve your life.  Boy was I wrong! –

[I pause as some old lady uncontrollably starts coughing next to me…this is what I mean by awkward.   Some nurse just came out with all these instruments.  Anyways…]  

The book was this lame fairytale written by a person that has no clue about what heaven might be like or might not be like.  So don’t waste your time.  I’ve also read some required school reading.  Exploring the book of Daniel by John Phillips It was a great book!  Right now I am reading Flags of our Father; and When God Writes Your Love Story.  I am going to start reading Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus.  I have read it before but long ago and I think I could use a brush up on how to communicate to those Venetians.  Well, I am going to start working on my Bible Doctrines 3 paper.  It is on Soteriology and the paper’s title is ‘What Principles From Romans Chapter Six Can Give The Christian Victory Over Sin In His Life?’  I heard about this website that will give you one gig of free online storage and I am thinking about loading up all of my papers on there and providing links from my blog to those papers.  That way if there are any WCBC students out there that need some help then it would be available for you.  Just don’t cheat and copy or you’ll be sorry…Well, I’ll talk to you guys later.

P.S. I don’t understand why the mice can speak but not the dog, horse, or cat.  Very strange these cartoons be….

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

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