December 26, 2006
December 22, 2006
December 14, 2006
one whole rabbit
backwards empty pie box
my other brother is almost dead
stop. come back
December 9, 2006
Since then, evidence disproving “global warming” has been pouring in.
In January 2002, the
journal Science published the findings of scientists who had been
measuring the vast West Antarctic ice sheet. Far from melting, it turns out the ice sheet is growing thicker. The
researchers were Dr. Ian R. Joughin, an engineer at the jet propulsion
laboratory of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in
Pasadena, Calif., and Dr. Slawek Tulaczyk, a professor of earth
sciences at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
About the same time, the
journal Nature published the findings of scientist Peter Doran and his
colleagues at the University of Illinois. Rather than using the U.N.’s
“computer models,” the researchers took actual temperature
readings. It turned out temperatures in the Antarctic have been
getting slightly colder – not warmer – for the last 30
December 6, 2006
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November 26, 2006
November 25, 2006
junk.. junk.. junk..
it doesn’t seem worth seeing
November 14, 2006
November 3, 2006
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November 2, 2006
September 22, 2006
September 18, 2006
I had XSPF Web Music Player working for about two weeks on myspace… them out of nowhere the first song will only play for 15-19 seconds and stop. The EXACT same player, playlist, and embed code works on sites other than myspace… plays the first song completely and merrily progresses through the playlist (25 items).
The only reason I bothered was to one up the people with lame single song players — that I strip out with greasemonkey now. No, GM isn’t breaking my profile. I’m not about to test with IE either; I simply don’t care.
thanks myspace for another fun, reliable experience!
August 18, 2006
August 3, 2006
you might need to be logged into passport and might additionally need a live mail account
Having not used it I can only speculate about the offline mail management and HOPE they’re no longer using icky POP3… or annoying exchange… and have instead used flexible, powerful IMAP 🙂
2 gigs of mail storage, and ZERO google-creepiness. I won’t be bouncing MS live mail at the MTA… unlike gmail 😛
on the downside
it does use IE to render content, and DOES have ads so you really should pre filter with prioxy or proxomitron.. unless you like malware
July 30, 2006
no, are you? here this might help:
dumbest blonde ever:
a good time to live in India? If you can avoid Muslim death squads you might get free software. woo
don’t have either LightScribe or T@too?
(copyright infringement lawsuit should be following real soon)
not smart enough to program your phone alarm to use a ringtone or MP3?
Have you ever been in a situation where you wished your cell phone would ring? Maybe you wanted to look extra important or popular on that hot date. Or maybe you just needed an excuse to escape from an unpleasant meeting.
yes, now you can use an unecessary service AND expose your phone to SPAM. sweet.
Microsoft Photosynth – 3d-ify your photoblog and chew up bandwidth
Photorealistic VECTOR art?
for everyone else there’s CreatureHouse Expression — now owned by Microsoft 😉
July 26, 2006
July 16, 2006
July 14, 2006
July 10, 2006
July 7, 2006
What happened to the interface designer in Santa Monica from Johns Hopkins?
What happened to the hippie for Democracy.org from Stanford?
What happened to the doctor who would have been a prest from TAC?
What happened to the priest who would have funded the think tank from TAC?
What would have happened to the visionary called back early by cancer from ‘Cougars’?
June 30, 2006
WAAS EGNOS MSAS
ANTARIS vs SiRF III vs TycoElectronis
possibly the ultimate geeky chipset for GPS devices:
June 23, 2006
uncripple your verizon phone today! get the value YOU PAID for initially. … is it wrong to lie to verizon about hacking your phone? no!! turn about is fair play. Change your story often.. at least once for each verizon person with whom you speak.
June 22, 2006
June 20, 2006
June 15, 2006
step 1: Distributed captcha processing. mwahahaha
step 2: mugmgrembemba
step 3: profit!
When you entered ##DIALUP on the phone, it did say “dialup enabled” or
something like that, right? I also use BlueSoleil, with a Trendnet
bluetooth dongle. I usually have no trouble, though sometimes if I’ve
been messing with settings on the phone, I have to turn the phone off
and on and then doubleclick on the phone icon in BlueSoleil again to
get the box around the DUN symbol. If you get it working you will see
that it supplies a weird dialup number, *99***1# (which is an industry
default GPRS dialup number). I don’t need a username or password with
that number, but maybe that’s because I have Vcast.
Another thing I remember reading is that sometimes if you don’t have
Vcast on an e815, Verizon mistakenly turn off all your data services.
You can tell if this is so because Get It Now won’t work. You can call
them up and say “my Get It Now isn’t working” and they will probably
activate some sort of data service for you for free.
As to the DUN charges, without Vcast you will be charged minutes at
least, and if they figure out you are tethering they may charge you
$0.002 per kbyte or something egregious like that. Vcast is kind of a
shield in that it makes it very hard for them to tell you’re tethering,
unless you do it excessively, plus you aren’t charged for minutes.
There is a seem edit to make your phone always identify iself as e815m.
It is seem 2827, record 1, length 22, offset 0008, enable bits 0-2-3-6.
This was previously reported somewhere else on howardforums.