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Nanner-Nanner
This is what you get for being lazy and not taking the MPRE in the summer. Then again, who's the one in class today?...
09:35:43 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: a mad tea-party
A Study in Numbers
2000 popups blocked. 192 popups blocked in 6 days. That's 32 popups blocked a day. Wow....
09:30:59 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Grok This
Potsticker Memoirs
“I was tagged as large, awkward and asymmetric; my father, as perfectly pinched and sealed; my brother, lumpy and loaded. Only my mother’s dumpling...
09:27:39 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Brent Sleeper's Web Site: Food
Somme Tabbing-Problems
HiI have some tabbing problems on docking/floating bands. On my small sample you can see that the band “Simple UserControl on Form” doesn’t work right. If you dock/undock the band then the tabbing is wrong. We have started with a new project in December 2002. In this project we use the activebar for floating/docking forms. I read some threads, about this problem, in your knowledge base and forum. My question is now, when do you solve the Problem with the “focus events”?
09:25:33 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: ActiveBar Support
Announcing BuzzMeter version 3.0
I warned the other day that we'd be taking the BuzzMeter down temporarily. But, before we could take it down, the new one was ready. The Buzz-o-meter is now a daily meter that goes back 45 days, in line with...
09:24:53 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Waypath Weblog
An Update from the World of Education:
Last night I attended my English teacher preparation class, where we were given the second of two relatively major assignments. Amongst the requirements for the paper was the criterion that we cite six scholarly sources, at least half of them...
09:21:04 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Katabasis
yay for IE! (or something)
OK, for those Windows suckers users out there who have butted heads with the “I can only have one version...
09:21:00 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: designculture
Randy Moss Roasts Another Defender The Seer Sees: Week 10 We move down backside of ...
( Randy Moss Roasts Another Defender The Seer Sees: Week 10 We move down backside of the NFL schedule with the Seer sporting a tidy 65-46 record, good for a 58.6% success rate against the spread. ...)
Randy Moss Roasts Another Defender The Seer Sees: Week 10 We move down backside of the NFL schedule with the Seer sporting a tidy 65-46 record, good for a 58.6% success rate against the spread. But what does that mean in money terms? Well, let's say the Seer was betting $30 per game. Since we're currently 19 games over .500, the math on the winnings works like this: 19 x 30 ='s $570. But of course, we have to take the vig out of that (the vig being the house's take on all bets, win or lose, and the real way they make their cash). I don't know what the exact vig would be, but we'll call it 7%. Once we take that away from our overall wagered amount, we end up ahead by about $530. Now, we must stress, we have never, and probably will never bet on an NFL game, or any other type of game. It's all just for fun, though if the Seer can end the year above 60%, well, all bets are off, as they say. (Personally, I don't think being up $530 would be worth the stress of having to actually care ...
09:18:28 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Doug Hennessee: The Game Pipeline
Air Pollution Control Enforcement Eased Back
09:10:29 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: May It Please The Court
Street sale
Street art for sale at Pictures of Walls featuring some great ones from Banksy shame he won't come and put one up in my house...
09:09:31 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: light red
It's second nature to me
All my life I have been aware of the trash that we generate. As a family in the Midwest we recycled newspaper, bottles, cans and glass. I have childhood memories of going to the recycling drop-off place with my dad. We would dump the newspapers and cans
09:04:11 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Byrd's Brain
Your window will be...
I am currently sitting on the floor of our new apartment, leaning up against the breakfast bar, mooching off our neighbors' wireless internet (which they forgot to set as Private). I'm thankful for this generation of Plug-N-Play, devoid of any...
08:59:46 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: boxlife
Paws With A Cause: Dogs helping their owners
Koda's owner Kris Garra is the regional representative for the Chicago office, which is located at the Windy City K-9 Club. Koda demonstrates the various commands that are taught through Paws with a Cause.
08:52:56 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: WLS karenmeyer headlines
Official Mozilla Firebird Installer Now Available (for Windows)
Only a short while ago we discussed, here at Blogzilla, unofficial Mozilla Firebird/Thunderbird installers. Just today, MozillaZine revealed that an Official Firebird installer for the Windows platform is now available for download. Much thanks and credit to Ben Goodger and the Firebird team for their continued dedication to the project. Update: The installer now needs testing.
08:50:40 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Blogzilla - a weblog about Mozilla
SHOPNOTES: Lathe-Mounted Vise
Find out how I used the tail end of my lathe stand to mount an extra vise in my shop.
08:50:38 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Woodworking Tips Blog
Kynn at Shock & Awe is asked by Clear Channel employee Scot Tempesta to become the ...
(Kynn at Shock & Awe is asked by Clear Channel employee Scot Tempesta to become the sacrificial lamb on one of their "moderate" radio programs. Scot then gets huffy when Kynn posts their email ...)
Kynn at Shock & Awe is asked by Clear Channel employee Scot Tempesta to become the sacrificial lamb on one of their "moderate" radio programs. Scot then gets huffy when Kynn posts their email conversation and threatens legal action. It...
08:48:41 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: idols of the marketplace
Recently Released Fiction Threatens to Become Instant Cult Classic
Written in an original and robust style, Invisible Promise (by Benjamin Prager) makes use of the theme, illusion versus reality which Joseph Conrad employs in his best-known fiction.
08:47:31 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Kansas City infoZine Literature Headlines
Miller & Reid Earn Call
Celtic star Liam Miller and Nottingham Forest maestro Andy Reid have earned call-ups to the full Ireland squad to play Canada on Tuesday November 18. The pair has graduated from the under 21 side and Brian Kerr now feels they can go on to make a name for themselves at the top level.
08:47:03 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: IrelandEuro2004.tk
Song of the Day: Joey by Concrete Blonde
Johnette Napolitano's voice is soothing yet haunting. (Alternative)
08:46:17 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: DailyTunes.com
Excuses, excuses...and more visitors!
So my internet connection has been down (really!) so I haven't been able to update the site for a while....
08:43:56 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Marc's Japan Adventure
建國中學模型動畫社社團歷史沿革
一場意義非凡的革命。...
08:39:58 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: 青空のファンタジア
建國中學模型動畫社社團歷史沿革
一場意義非凡的革命。...
08:39:35 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: 青空のファンタジア
Meetup-for think global meet local
Meetup from their website blurb: Meetup is a free service that organizes local gatherings about anything, anywhere. What-topics Where? Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Meetup Example for all you Edmonton based Goths, try this
08:31:10 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Ted Ritzer: EE &Interp Web Links
Academic Institute at Conflict Resolution Network Canada's Interaction 2004 Conference
Event - Conference by Conflict Resolution Network Canada happening on June 2, 2004
08:30:00 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Campus-adr.org Events Info
A fun discourse
Not many people read my blog..... atleast that I know of. Anyway, I got a comment from a blog that I didn't know so I linked to it. Found a topic I felt like commenting on and have started a...
08:27:43 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: psychmed
Dr. Strangelove
I just finished watching the great movie called Dr. Strangelove (Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb), by the famous Stanley Kubrick. Great title, great movie! You'll have cut it some slack because it's old (it was released in 1964) and excuse a couple of effects (maybe only on 2 or 3 occasions, though). The storyline and the actual movie are top-notch! There are lots of jokes, and they're not used...
08:20:57 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Hot Frozen Soup
Resurgency: PeopleSoft Faces Flack Over Anti-Oracle Poison Pill
PeopleSoft Faces Flack Over Anti-Oracle Poison Pill...
08:17:26 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Resurgency Emergency Response Marketing News
Veterans History Project Announces New Initiatives on 50th Anniversary Of Veterans Day
Library of Congress' American Folklife Center Effort Preserves America's Wartime History in the Voices of Those Who Lived It
08:14:21 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Kansas City infoZine Gallery Headlines
To all you comments spammers out there...
Using this weblog for your advertising is not welcome and will not be tolerated. If you do not abide by this rule, your comment will be changed to something more suitable. Thank you. :)...
08:14:03 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Ephemeron
Today is my last day as a frog
Well, this week has been nuts...as usual. Had a big update presentation with the client yesterday. I've been trying to help transition 2 others to fill my role. Sounds like they will try to play the zone. It is tough to have focus when you're a lame duck, but I've tried to be as professional as possible and dedicated to the team. It's been a good work week. frog has been a great experience. I'll miss it. Alex is a bit disappointed that I've had to work as much as I have this week....as usual. So the biggest decision at work today is where to go for the good-bye lunch. I've had a bratwurst from the Best Wurst hotdog stand on Congress everyday this week so far. Mustard, onions, saurkraut and curry ketchup. I think I've had my fill.
08:06:14 November 7, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Marcus Kwan: design