Monthly Archives: April 2006

I’m Not Very Strong

I changed my tires last night and now my arm is sore…still.

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How To Eat An Elephant

Sometimes I feel like such a nerd for how excited I get over good software. I’ve been wanting a software solution, both for work and personal endeavors, for project management. At work it’s hectic to find an email that someone … Continue reading

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8-Bit Gamer Test

I is dying of CRT radiation.I got 12/16 on the 8-Bit Gamer test.Take the test!

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Have You Ever REALLY Had Tea?

I enjoy a cup of tea once in a while, which is why I was interested by some article I read. It was talking about how Americans just can’t understand why the English go nuts over tea and why it’s … Continue reading

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Thanks, Jerks…

Well, the bad reviews for the Silent Hill movie have started pouring in. I knew it was going to happen. I guess it shouldn’t be a surprise since the games haven’t been good since Silent Hill 2. Some choice quotes: … Continue reading

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Regrets: Astronaut

In retrospect, I shouldn’t have given Duran Duran – Astronaut a favorable review for the college paper. I hope people don’t think I like that album that much…

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It’s True – You Can Judge Music

Ever since I’ve started using iTunes I’ve never really cared much for the ratings feature. I’ve pretty much been the kind of person that questions how you can measure quality of music and how the properties of quality are defined … Continue reading

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They ZOT Me!

I caved. I went for the “Mystery Zot” on MacZOT today. MacZOT offers Mac shareware at discount prices. When they do a “MysteryZOT” they typically bundle a bunch of Shareware and sell it as a whole package. Today’s ZOT is … Continue reading

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Well, not really ad copy. I’ve been looking at MIDI Pad controllers for drums and have been eyeing the Trigger Finger by M-Audio and the MPD16 by AKAI. M-Audio is known for entry/mid-level hardware while AKAI has been known for … Continue reading

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