Monthly Archives: May 2005

First Interstellar Vehicle

Voyager 1 has reached the heliosheath as evidenced in the linked article. “Who cares?” you ask, whilst munching popcorn, watching clonetroopers duke it out with Jedi? I do! And you should too, as this is a phen0menal display of engineering … Continue reading

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Evolution: Fact or Theory (or Fiction)?

As of today, a Google search on evolution produces “about 91,200,000″ results. I’m sure by tomorrow, that will have changed. Controversial subjects will do that. (Actually, in the time it took me to write this entry, it blossomed to 92,300,000) … Continue reading

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Store Wars!

Store Wars! Coming to a supermarket near you! Definitely worth a looksee

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Order 66

I wonder how long it will take before the term “Order 66″ becomes a pop-culture staple? Perhaps it will be relegated entirely to the more geekified sect of persons who are willing to sit out in front of a theater … Continue reading

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JibJab Teams with Budweiser

On the JibJab mailing list, I learned that they’ve got a new teaser out to advertise their upcoming full-length feature short starring some of the Budweiser mascots. Hopefully Spuds will show up.

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Revenge of the Sith: After The Fact

We saw it! The crowd who gathered at the theater in Kennesaw was much rowdier than the one we’d particpated with in Lubbock for Attack of the Clones. A lot of people were in costume. The majority dressed as Jedi. … Continue reading

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Revenge of the Sith

Tonight, at 12:01 AM, we see Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, along with a gazillion other crazy persons. People at work have told me to stay home tomorrow, or call in sith (stolen from the Atlanta Journal … Continue reading

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Blogware: What a Pain!

“Learning curve like the Matterhorn.” That is a quote from The Cryptonomicon by Neal Stephenson. The character in question (Randall Waterhouse) was reffering to Unix, as opposed to small, furry desktop operating systems. For similar reasons, I’ve always been leery … Continue reading

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