This evening I rented "Blow" because I had to review it for the newspaper. I wanted to see the movie anyway, because of glowing recommendations from Anna and Kevin and Matt, but the assignment was the compelling reason. Go »
Weblog Management by Leonard Shelby
TC experienced a weird hiccup today. All week, my web host has been moving to new servers, and they've been shuffling files, but they claimed no changes would be made. Go »
Cats and Dogs
Yesterday's entry in Alan Boyle's Cosmic Log got me thinking about the intelligence of cats and dogs. (entry here) I prefer cats as a pet, but I believe dogs are more intelligent, because they seem to reason more like we do, and they respond to operant co Go »
My Battle with Spam Filters Now Continues
As you may have already seen in the splash image on the home page, email announcements are now working again. (link) I was in a bit of a hurry to finish this project with the end of the GOO round approaching, when I must send out an announcement. Go »
Ever have a moment when you realize you were just hallucinating, but it seemed so real? I got the jibbly-jibblies today from a frog. Go »
Before you go to bed tonight, make sure to check your closet for homeless Japanese women. (link) Go »
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