We never get to stay bored at work for very long. Every day has an emergency from something caused by a user of the institutions we host, the admins at the institution, or even people who work for our project. Wait…. Maybe it is the boredom which is the cause of the mistakes which keeps… Continue reading Boredom Correlates to Mistakes
A U.S. military spy satellite the size of a school bus is falling. Without power, the controllers on the ground no longer can ensure it comes down in a controlled manner into the ocean. It could hit the ground in a month. At present, its unknown when or where it might hit. The largest uncontrolled… Continue reading Safe From Falling Satellites?
Satires are an appropriate use of web2.0. What is the theme of web3.0? tag: bubble, web 2.0, blogging, millionaires, Facebook, crash, venture capital, blue shirts UPDATE: Boo! Video has been pulled. New version to appease the photographer.
LMAO The Decline and Fall of the Nickname – Newsweek Society – MSNBC.com: I’ll give President Bush credit for coming up with one decent nickname: he quite cleverly dubbed Karl Rove, his trusted adviser and top hatchetman, Turd Blossom. (Here’s how we know Bush came up with it himself: no one other than the president… Continue reading Turd Blossom
Two little boys, ages 8 and 10, are excessively mischievous, they are always getting into trouble and their parents know all about it. If any mischief occurs in their town, the two boys are probably involved. The boys’ mother heard that a preacher in town had been successful in disciplining children, so she asked if… Continue reading Where is God?
Given we have gotten fewer than a dozen days near or below freezing over the past few months, six or a dozen more weeks of winter is fine by me!
Sweet! Maybe my bartender friends could get something like this going? I have noticed many students on the local campus have iPods or other digital music players. Jukeboxes, DJs Being Pushed Out by IPods – Yahoo! News technorati tags: ipod, dj, bars