There is so much riding on this semester, this year
Most than most of you even know.
I am not going to be specific,
but there is no chance for mistakes.
You say I act like I am not taking this serious enough.
Whatelse am I to do?
If I thought about it the pressure would be unbearable,
therefore I just go through the motions day after day,
trying not to think about this,
and instead to keep my eye on the goal, my goal.
iMac G5 Introduction Video (Quicktime: 10MB)
iMac G5 Virtual Reality (Quicktime VR: >1MB)
The brandnew iMac G5’s have been released. Check out the above two videos for a sneak peak at this beauty. I am hoping to get the mid-level (17in) one eventually. These will be available in 15in, 17in, and 20in widescreens. See the pictures below if you don’t want to download one of the videos.
Well I made the transition to EE v1.1 and honestly the new features are a little bit hidden. One of the biggest selling points for this upgrade was the inclusion of a blacklist for the referrals page. I was sick of getting stupid porn sites referring back to my site. With this blacklist in place and regularly updated this will no longer be a problem. Other key features include a lot of customization on the administration side of this site (which none of you can see). Again, little things that make me happy
The Road to Longhorn
A very interesting article that talks about the past, present, and possible future for this seemingly amazing OS. If MS delivers on only half of what they have talked up this will still be a revolutionay OS. A very interesting part of this article was Paul’s comments regarding the porting of Avalon and Indigo Web servives to Windows XP and Windows 2003. This seems like a very intelligent plan for MS. They are easily doubling the size of the market that these amazes features can reach by simply porting them to there past releases.
For any of the non-techonologically savy, …do notice that the Serial Number is only “Optional”
…It’s kind of like saying “we know you didn’t actually buy this”…
hola, I am in fact, not dead. I’ve just been crazy busy. I’ll write more once I get home for work (last day, woohoo)
2. Computer stuff
external stuff (HD and CD-R/RW)
4. Bulk stuff
espresso (and espresso pot)
body wash (and loofa)
allovert (90 pack)
5. Bathroom stuff
body wash (above)
medicine (2 bottles)
6. House Stuff
bread machine (parents)
coffee machine w/ built in grinder (parents)
tv from my room
vcr from my room
combo tv (storage I think)
Microsoft KB – Programs that may behave differently in WinXP SP2…
I know I’ve been a very strong supporter of MS’s new Windows XP Service Pack (SP2), and there were bound to be some compatability issues with an upgrade of this size. If anyone has installed the service pack and has noticed and strange behaviors check out this list to see if your program is one of the several listed. For the most part most of the compatability issues have been based on the DEP (data execution protection) system that MS has implemented to hopefully prevent the spread of viruses such as Blaster (last year) or due to the newly fortified Windows Firewall.
This is really funny. It has some valid points: the drop test, how ridiculously easy to scratch they both are, and the life span just to name a few…lol. Anyways, read it, don’t take it seriously, and laugh at this moron who did this stuff to his iPod