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I’ve Stopped Updating This Blog, But I May Start Another

Thu, 17 Jan 2008 07:56:20 PST

I started this personal blog back in 2006, and I wrote on it up until July 2007. I used to write here nearly every day, but by the summer I didn’t have enough time. I started a new blog about web stuff over at Webmaster-Source.com, so I had less to write about here. Also, I [...]



Weekly WTH: July 3, 2007

Tue, 03 Jul 2007 08:49:00 PDT

Google’s Next Stop $600 a Share?: One site to rule them all. Sprint’s Not Afraid of the iPhone: Yeah, right. “We also have PDA phones that are MP3 players if you want to combine lots of features.” ? Austrailian ISP Deletes Media Files Nightly: Nice. How long until we see the headline “New version of Windows Deletes [...]



Weekly WTH: June 26, 2007

Tue, 26 Jun 2007 09:19:49 PDT

Microsoft Kills Unofficial Project: So….Microsoft really does want us to be stuck with a bad operating system. I knew it! iPhone Bets: You’ve just got to laught at the last one. “iPhone spontaneously combusts”? Sony PSPs being Sold For Over One Grand Each: WTH?



Microsoft Kills “Longhorn Reloaded”

Sat, 23 Jun 2007 07:38:36 PDT

As you already know, Windows Vista (bleh!) was once codenamed “Longhorn”. Along the way from the start of the project to the release, several features were cut from Vista. Essentially, anything that made it something other than “Windoex XP with a new UI and a couple security ‘fixes’”. Some of Vista’s programmers, unhappy with the sorry [...]



6 Ways to Destroy a CD-R Permanently

Sat, 23 Jun 2007 07:28:09 PDT

Need to permanently destroy a CD-R? Here aresome ways you could go about it: Simply snap it into quarters Microwave it Bake it in the oven Drive over it Use it as a coaster Play Frisbee with your dog



Weekly WTH: June 19, 2007

Tue, 19 Jun 2007 09:15:07 PDT

Welcome to the Weekly What the Heck! Book exec steals Google laptops to “teach lesson” about theft: Bad move, you do NOT want to annoy Google. Page rank of zero for Macmillan.com, anyone? Email Senders Can Pay to Bypass [Spam] Filters: Too bad, DorkMail users (a.k.a. AOL, Yahoo, Hotmail). Get a GMail account! Wordpress Wins Webware 100 Award [...]



Bowling: 161 Average!

Mon, 18 Jun 2007 08:25:49 PDT

I’ve been bowling for five years. during the winter this year I was bowling in two leagues at once, three days a week. Currently, I’m bowling in a summer league…where I have a 161 average after two weeks. Before the bowling season ended, I had a 142 average. Hopefully I can stay in the 150s [...]



Weekly WTH: June 12, 2007

Tue, 12 Jun 2007 10:56:08 PDT

Welcome to the Weekly What the Heck. ATI Downgrades It’s Tuners: The courts killed the “Broadcast Flag” two years ago. but guess what? It’s back from the dead. Dreamhost Leaks 3,500 FTP Passwords: Maybe they should change their name to “NightmareHost”. You hear complaints/mishaps a little too often. Extended Warranties on Dell’s Ubuntu Systems Returning: Now Linux users, [...]



Safari For Windows Hacked in 2 Hours

Tue, 12 Jun 2007 07:47:50 PDT

Can you believe it? Apple released a beta of Safari for Windows (I knew it! They’re porting iLife to Windows.). Guess what. Someone found a security exploit in only two hours. Can you believe that? Oh well, it’s a beta after all.



McDonalds Doesn’t Like the Word “McJob”

Sun, 10 Jun 2007 09:24:17 PDT

You’ve proably heard of the word “McJob“. It basically means a rotten job, of the sort McDonalds offers. Well, McDonalds has been trying to have the definition changed. No luck. Are they stupid or what? All they’re doing is drawing attention to themselves. It’s already on the top of the Digg front page, which [...]