Monthly Archives: September 2007
“I don’t know, I never really thought about it.” http://youtube.com/v/LNC117UYsHs No wonder we end up with an asshat president. People need to think about things more often.
“In total, malware has been removed by this monthâ€™s MSRT from 2,574,586 machines.” Looks like some progress has been made recently in fighting back the worm. Awesome job guys. Microsoft aint all that bad. (wink) But it seems we still … Continue reading
About a year after the Dutch government began seriously worrying about the integrity of e-voting machines, they’ve literally pulled the plug on the venture. Given all the problems with our own election system. I think we should follow suit. I … Continue reading
I’m listening to Pearl Jam VS at the moment. I think it’s been a good few years since I’ve popped this one in. I’m getting all nostalgic of my college years and that smoky dorm room. I recall waiting for … Continue reading
Is the hype surrounding Apple never ending? It just seems like at the slightest hint of a rumor I encounter 10 blogs pointing to the same unsubstantiated claims on yet another esoteric mac rumors site. Do any of these articles … Continue reading
“A major research institution has announced the discovery of the heaviest element yet known to science – “governmentium.” It has 1 neutron, 12 assistant neutrons, 75 deputy neutrons and 111 assistant deputy neutrons for an atomic mass of 312. These … Continue reading