Month: June 2005

  • A Reason Not To Write Long Books

    So iTunes has Audiobooks of The Song of Ice and Fire Series. How long does it take to read George to read them? A Game of Thrones – 33h 45m A Clash of Kings – 37h 13m A Storm of Swords – unavailable Based on my calculations, it should take about 2 min per page. […]

  • Classics

    seriouslyuguys may be on to something. Anyone want to go in on getting The Penguin Classics Library Complete Collection? It is like $8,000 so we could do shares at $200 a pop? We would only need 40 shares to sell. LOL From Edwin A. Abbott to Emile Zola, the 1,082 titles in the Penguin Classics […]

  • Sniff Tests

    As Dvorak points out, BitTorrent is the largest single protocol. The Web’s HTTP barely counts compared to BitTorrent and the other P2P protocols. That’s a heck of a lot of traffic—as any network administrator knows—and having it increased with crapware is not good news. In addition, some anti-virus and anti-spyware programs don’t look at Torrents […]

  • My Flickr Badge

    My Flickr Badge, originally uploaded by sneezypb.

  • Want to Date a Geek?

    A Girl’s Guide to Geek Guys is an excellent resource on how to date a geek.

  • Do Not Tease the Idiots

    Country: United States City: Columbus, GA Citation: Sec. 14-34. Idiots, etc.; teasing, harassing. It shall be unlawful and disorderly conduct for any person to tease or harass, either by words, signs or acts, on the streets or public places in the city any simple minded, idiotic, or crazy person, or any cripple, or other unfortunate […]

  • Blogging Legal Guide

    The Electronic Freedom Foundation has a number of very useful resources. They fight for the freedom of people to express their freedom of speech on the Internet. Their Legal Guide for Bloggers looks to have some pretty good information. For example, I have been reading on The Bloggers’ FAQ on Online Defamation Law which seems […]

  • Software Engineering Proverbs

    I found a very interesting web site with useful quotes. Software Engineering Proverbs Already I am plotting how to use them in getting what I want. Maybe I should use them to be more wise in my decision making? riiiiiiiigggghhhhhht….

  • Software Engineering Proverbs

    I found a very interesting web site with useful quotes. Software Engineering Proverbs Already I am plotting how to use them in getting what I want. Maybe I should use them to be more wise in my decision making? riiiiiiiigggghhhhhht….

  • Double Breast Removal

    One in five women would consider having both their breasts removed to reduce their odds of developing cancer, according to a survey on Monday. [Source: 20 pct of women would consider breast removal-study]