picture is titled "proof that man needs woman".
this is cool. want google to give you directions from "harvard, cambridge, massachusetts" to "Kings College, Cambridge, England" ? well google includes as step 12 - "Swim across the Atlantic Ocean, 3,462 mi".
One Tandy Electronics store in Hobart Australia decided to take Playstation 3 advertising matters into their own hands with 9 pieces of A4 paper, some sticky tape and a lot of creativity.
very sad news. He was one of the good guys. He was also the one of the top fundraiser so he was well regarded by those who knew him. Getting hit from behind is one of a cyclist's worst fears, you likely have no idea about what is coming up behind you.
Here are some photos I took of David on the 2003 ride.
Quite a few colleagues from the Sydney office have left in recent years to work for the super secret Silverbrook Research. They don't even have signs on their offices and they can never utter what they are working on. Anyways the door has opened slightly with some new sites to do with their super fast and supposedly cheap printing. I'd love it if this lead to home printing that was really really cheap, but I figure once they license it to the big boys like canon and HP it will become like now.
Check out video of how fast it prints on the first link.
Silverbrook's Memjet printer technology available late 2007, company says http://texyt.com/silverbrook+memjet+technology+available+desktop+photo+wideformat+hp+edgeline+comparison
Revolutionize your printer portfolio with Memjet technology. http://www.memjet.com/default.aspx
"I have been a happy man ever since January 1, 1990, when I no longer had an email address. I'd used email since about 1975, and it seems to me that 15 years of email is plenty for one lifetime.
Email is a wonderful thing for people whose role in life is to be on top of things. But not for me; my role is to be on the bottom of things."
THE Seven Network's stable of international drama is anything but invincible after Heroes took another dive last night.
Heroes has now lost almost one million viewers since it premiered to an audience of 2.1 million six weeks ago.
Last night it fell victim at 8.30pm to Network Ten's House, the night's most watched program with 1.46 million viewers in capital cities.
The Heroes audience of 1.18 million viewers was seventh for the night, even finishing behind Nine's McLeod's Daughters, which has been considered to be lagging early in its sixth season.
In Switzerland, it doesn’t take much to be in a Gucci ad campaign. You photograph yourself naked, add a perfume bottle and the Gucci logo, send it to a weekly paper, and have them bill Gucci directly for the $50,000. They’ll fall for it every time. Naturally, this is now the top story at a rival newspaper. [via Swiss paper publishes this bogus Gucci ad]
5. How far in advance do you submit comics?
The daily comic needs to be e-mailed to my syndication company about 4 weeks ahead of its publication date. The Sunday strips require more processing by the newspapers (because of the color) and have to be in about 8 weeks ahead of publication. Lately I’m only a week or so ahead of those deadlines. When I first started in this business, I was 6 months ahead of deadline. I’ve been chipping away at that buffer ever since.
but were never just really able to express it properly.
human skateboard, sneauxshoes.com
The mostest coolest vid clip I've seen, well since his last one.
now, tell me, what did you see in those ink splots ?
Time for some Vista luuurve.
22 years of inflation has made Windows Vista cheaper than previous versions of Windows.
So Is Vista Really Cheaper?
Based on the evidence presented, I've shown conclusively that Windows Vista is the most inexpensive operating system they've released to date. After almost 10 years of steep price increases, the MSRP of Windows has been flat for more than a decade, with the cost after inflation steadily decreasing since then. One would expect that the cost of Windows would rise with inflation, but I have shown that simply isn't the case. And while newspapers are quick to trump the (so far) subdued public excitement for the Windows Vista launch compared to Windows 95, purchasing that OS in today's dollars is a VERY tall order.
Had to smile at the guy who put this together :
"I'm just an online pundit who's barely old enough to legally buy alcohol"
just shows you who is running the tech blogs nowadays. You just need to read digg for a while to see the average age is, um , low.