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Krewe of the Celts announces 2004 Tableau
The Krewe of the Celts will hold it's 2004 Tableau on Saturday, February 7th, 2004 at McGee's Landing in Henderson LA. The theme for this season is "A Night of Fantasy Underhill." Set in a hobbit-type atmosphere overlooking the Atchafalaya Basin, there will be lots of gnomes, fairies, moss creatures, and of course, standard formal attire for those who prefer not to costume. Guest tickets are $35 per person which includes the formalities, feast and lots of entertainment and socializing. Email KreweoftheCelts@Excite.com to request information and invitation.
08:54:59 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: AboutMardiGras.com
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08:52:38 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: SourceID Project
Where For Art Thou WiFi?
Well, for all the hype, it is still a real pain to actually find wireless access, even in the middle of London. Part of the problem (for me) was knowing my exact location. Why are Orange not offering me this as a service already? They can tell me where I am, where the closest bank is. Now they need to tell me where my closest wireless acccess is. Maybe once they have their WiFi offering up and running they'll get around to it. As Dave said earlier, WiFi at Starbucks is NOT cheap, but I was so fed up after marching around for over 40 minutes, that I've ponied up. There are two other groups of people in here using WiFi, which seems pretty good for such a small place. Better get this posted and be on my way before my time is up! Posted by Martin Little
08:49:15 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: del.icio.us/tag/mobitopia
Cleaning Up: Uranium-gobbling microbe that can remove uranium contamination from ...
(Cleaning Up: Uranium-gobbling microbe that can remove uranium contamination from groundwater may also be able to generate electricity, researchers say. [MSNBC News via quantum])
Cleaning Up: Uranium-gobbling microbe that can remove uranium contamination from groundwater may also be able to generate electricity, researchers say. [MSNBC News via quantum]
08:45:23 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: TameBear: The Future
Cleaning Up: Uranium-gobbling microbe that can remove uranium contamination from ...
(Cleaning Up: Uranium-gobbling microbe that can remove uranium contamination from groundwater may also be able to generate electricity, researchers say. [MSNBC News via quantum])
Cleaning Up: Uranium-gobbling microbe that can remove uranium contamination from groundwater may also be able to generate electricity, researchers say. [MSNBC News via quantum]
08:45:23 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: TameBear: Sustainable World
Cleaning Up: Uranium-gobbling microbe that can remove uranium contamination from ...
(Cleaning Up: Uranium-gobbling microbe that can remove uranium contamination from groundwater may also be able to generate electricity, researchers say. [MSNBC News via quantum])
Cleaning Up: Uranium-gobbling microbe that can remove uranium contamination from groundwater may also be able to generate electricity, researchers say. [MSNBC News via quantum]
08:45:23 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: TameBear: Big Ideas
Create your own ringtones!
I found this program that allows you to convert any mp3 or wav file into a ringtone for your phone! I don't have one of the compatible services, but if you have AT&T Wireless, Cingular, Sprint or T-Mobile, try this...
08:43:51 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: jenEbean
MNFTIU, again.
08:41:28 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: chadmill
Open Source Myths ()
There's a nice article on myths open source developers tell ourselves over on ONLAMP.com, by chromatic. He looks at some of the prevailing misconceptions that a lot of free and open source developers seem to have — he nails a...
08:36:54 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Open Mind
wireless ps2
thanks to grant for pointing out these great solutions to my ps2 wireless connectivity problem Linksys Gaming Adapter ...
08:36:00 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: txnt unconnected
TeeJay's Fonts Page
A Retro site for Fifties clip-art and fonts. Beside this link to 19 fonts there is a further set of...
08:34:47 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Fonts Anon~
Trials
Why was I all emotional, right first thing this morning? Woke up in a near panic over finances, and the ongoing frustration over a certain wife of a certain radio theatre director, and with feeling out of sorts for not...
08:33:29 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Gale McGaha Miller's Journal
26
It's the 12th and I'm 26 now. Gry (my lady-friend) woke me up with breakfast on bed - how lucky can you get? 26.... I don't like the higher number, but I do like getting older. What I found over the years is that I slowly, but surely, like myself and my life better. Here's to me! ...Get your own moblog - realtime imagesGet Ringtones Now!
08:30:28 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: RSS Document has moved to ...
26
It's the 12th and I'm 26 now. Gry (my lady-friend) woke me up with breakfast on bed - how lucky can you get? 26.... I don't like the higher number, but I do like getting older. What I found over the years is that I slowly, but surely, like myself and my life better. Here's to me! ...Get your own moblog - realtime imagesGet Ringtones Now!
08:30:28 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: RSS Document has moved to ...
Bruce Almighty
Bruce Almighty is the latest vehicle for Jim Carrey. Much like The Truman Show, this novel comedy manages to pack an elegant comment on life. In this case, the nature of what makes us happy. Bruce Nolan is a TV...
08:29:12 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Salocin
Last final
Okay kids, this is it! I'm heading to my last final in about a half hour, and then I'm done...
08:27:50 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Progress
Kartveli III
It's officially official. The class starts January 12th. One month from today. The details are still hazy of course but things should get rolling shortly....
08:27:34 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: The False Hobbinski / Лжехоббинский
All Change to WiFi, Please, All Change...
GNER, one of the British train service companies, recently started trialling their onboard WiFi service, so I thought I should give it a go whilst it is 'free'. I say 'free', but it is only available to first class customers at the moment, and a ticket for travel is not cheap! Getting Started My journey began at 9.30 this morning. Sitting on the train in Waverley station, I popped my WiFi card into my laptop and waited for connection. I managed to get a nice little GNER 'current location' map, which told me I was sitting in Edinburgh and that my WiFi connection was working, but no Internet access. According to the helpful systems guy who is fielding customer connection queries during the trial period, coverage is patchy in Edinburgh -- even the GPRS connection didn't seem to be working. Further Down The Line 2.5 hours into the journey, the connection was still hideously slow -- almost unusably so. A quick test comparing download times of a few different sites, including the BBC ...
08:27:08 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: del.icio.us/tag/mobitopia
National Air and Space Museum - Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
"The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center has over 80 aircraft and dozens of spacecraft on display for opening day, December 15, 2003. Artifacts are displayed on the floor and at two levels suspended from the ceiling. This map shows the relative...
08:27:02 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Blog.Woodster.com
Lyrical Highjinx
Last night R2 was happy to find a channel we both could watch without disagreement, vintage music videos. The one...
08:21:54 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: In The Trenches
Bradford City (0) v West Bromwich Albion (1)
THE ALBION ARE MAKING A HABIT OF SCORING LATE AT VALLEY PARADE. Scott Dobie emulates Igor Balis in this clash and steals the points for the Baggies. Apologies yet again for the late posting of the report.
08:21:39 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: West Brom
Arch Moore Opinion Filed
This morning the Court released its opinion in the matter of LAWYER DISCIPLINARY BOARD v. ARCH A. MOORE, JR., in which the Court unanimously denied former Governor Moore's petition for reinstatement to the practice of law. Also released were three concurring opinions. Justice Davis filed a concurring opinion that was joined by Cabell County Circuit Court Judge David M. Pancake, who was appointed to the Court along with Grant County Circuit Court Judge Andrew M. Frye, after Justices McGraw and Albright deemed themselves disqualified. Justice Maynard also authored a concurring opinion, as did Chief Justice Starcher.
08:21:16 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Rory Perry: Topics-Civil
Perchlorate and water rates
- Morgan Hill Times, Dec 12, 2003.
08:19:35 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Perchlorate in the News
The Times They Are A-Changin'
Things have been pretty active lately... After 7 years expatriation in Bangkok, Thailand, we are now preparing our move to the UK where I will start on the Executive MBA program at Ashridge Business School beginning of January. Our apartment...
08:18:55 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: halfdan dot net
Ward Takes On Microsoft
From Wards page on c2.com: As of December, 2003, I've taken a position at Microsoft with the title Architect. I'll be working with a group I have consulted to this last year while producing http://msdn.com/patterns. I know that some authors here have no good will for the company. Please remember I will remain the same person. I also invite TipsForWardAtMicrosoft. Having had some personal interaction with Ward in the last year my first question (along with everyone elses I'm sure) was “why?”. Looking closer at Wards wiki page revealed that he worked for IBM Consulting somewhat recently where he answers the same question. From WardAtIbm: Why would I quit a cool job working for myself to join IBM? Big Clients. It's that simple. Big companies are going to take Smalltalk to the next level. I wanted to be a part of it. But big companies don't hire little consulting outfits to help them make big decisions. I was also spending too much time fooling with my web server and needed something ...
08:18:00 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: Wayne Allen's Weblog
Song of the Day: Ordinary World by Duran Duran
Don't cry for yesterday. (Rock)
08:16:56 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: DailyTunes.com
I should be done right now.
But, I'm not. Finals went pretty well, and now I'm writing a paper that's 95% bullshit. In this paper, I argue that the physicist Richard Feynman is not famous because he's not eccentric or disabled, like Einstein or Hawking. This...
08:14:38 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: http://www.gideondesign.com/
Stuck in a Rutten II
Tim Rutten's slamdown of public editor Daniel Okrent's debut column in the New York Times struck a chord - a...
08:10:28 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: First Draft by Tim Porter
YoMango Tango
Action to liberate champagne from supermarkets to mark the anniversary of popular uprising in Argentina
08:07:00 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: V2V
snow
More snow last night - wonderful! Hoping for a white christmas (after that the snow can bugger off). Had a meeting with D's school teacher this morning about his progress. He's doing extremely well. She had no end of workbooks...
08:06:05 December 12, 2003, Friday (PST) Source: katyblog