Wednesday, April 30
There's so many other wonderful things to talk about -- later. I want to complain about a Windows "feature" that makes being on surfing on a wintel machine so frustrating.
I'm busy trying to send some e-mails via Yahoo! Mail - I send the message and I go to another browser window to pull together more research. When Y! mail is done sending a message, it pops up to the top just to let me know that it's done sending my message. It interrupts what I'm doing, breaking up my train of thought and frustrates me to no end.
I have absolutely no use for such a feature and I haven't found a way to turn it off. Thank goodness I don't have to use Windows all that often.
Sunday, April 13
I just wanted to make sure that this story was on my record of events. Just to keep a running tally of how "fair and balanced" some news agencies are.
from "'Die-ins' Target War and News Media
Thursday, April 10
The weather sure was nice today. It almost made me forget winter. ;)
Tuesday, April 8
Tonight was a fun-filled night of listening to Marc Abrahams from the journal Annals of Improbable Research talk about the journal and the infamous Ig Nobel Awards. There's a certain amount of irreverence about the whole thing that just tickles the funny bone. Abrahams really showed the highlights.
Now it's time for me to get back to work. I've got the BBC World Service streaming on my desktop. Something about Britons reading the news helps keep me awake and focused.
Thursday, April 3
Last month, I wrote 15 stories about Michigan Tech University. This month doesn't look to be too much different especially with news that a student is being sued by the Recording Industry Association of America for copyright infringment. Huzzah!
Slashdot | RIAA Moves Against College-Network Fileswapping
Wednesday, April 2
Blogging for fun and profit
I don't plug my family enough (I don't know why really), but my sister Sarah has her own 'blog at her Xanga Site.
Like the Caveman Lawyer: I'm a stranger to this new fantastical blogging world. I don't understand your e-mail or that glowing box that has small people in it. What I do know however is that my sister's Xanga page has some interesting content I would advise you to check it out.
Well, I've said that I'm going to do it. So here it is:
My blog of what I eat. I started it on April 1 (what a joke) and I pledge to be faithful to what I eat.