Archive For November, 2004

screen-saver combats spam

By | November 30, 2004

The BBC reports that Internet portal Lycos has made a screen-saver that “endlessly requests data from sites that sell the goods and services mentioned in spam e-mail. Lycos hopes it will make the monthly bandwidth bills of spammers soar by keeping their servers running flat out.” The screen-saver is expected to be available in a [...]

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Anna Nalick

By | November 29, 2004

This weeks Free Download from the iTunes music store (requires iTunes) is a song by Anna Nalick. It is awesome. The entire album, Wreck of the Day, sounds great. You can hear samples from all the songs on the album on her site (www.annanalick.com). I want this album now, but it won’t be released until [...]

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In South Korea, email is for old people

By | November 29, 2004

In South Korea, email is for old people: “Want to feel old? A survey of a middle, high school, and college students in South Korea found that over two-thirds of students there rarely or never use email and supposedly young people are starting to think of email as something overly formal that you use only [...]

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I ♥ Huckabees

By | November 27, 2004

Last night we saw I ♥ Huckabees at parkway. anne marie didn’t seem to care much for it, but I thought it was great. It was very funny, and had some great performances. I did reduce its rating due to length though. It could have used some editing. Although it is less than two hours [...]

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Pulp Politicians

By | November 24, 2004

Click the image above to view the animation (3MB Flash file).

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Hung For The Holidays

By | November 24, 2004

Hung For The Holidays: ” William Hung has released a new album called ‘Hung For The Holidays’. Along with the CD, there is a paper fold-up ornament. “ [ Via what tian has learned ]

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LightCatcher Studio at MAMA

By | November 24, 2004

LightCatcher Studio, co-founded by a good friend of ours, will be exibiting their fine art landscape / nature photography at the Fall Festival of the Arts (formerly known as the MAMA (Mill Avenue Merchants Association) festival) in Tempe, Arizona. The fest runs Friday (12/03) thru Sunday (12/05). I encourage everyone to visit the festival and [...]

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Watson now available for free

By | November 24, 2004

Watson now available for free: Following Panic’s lead, Watson developer Dan Wood has released his popular Mac OS X application free of charge–sort of. Mac users who want a copy must find and download it off the Web (the latest version is currently available on the Yahoo! Watson Users Group) and then enter their name, [...]

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