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Monday, September 29, 2003
Another reason for Salina to be proud.
Thursday, September 25, 2003
posted for you by steer 12:50 PM - [Link] - Comments ()
I thought it was funny
*[Ed. note: Apple does not recommend using your Mac as a drying rack as it may interfere with proper ventilation, potentially causing overheating, voided warranty and a meltdown of the Earth's core.]
posted for you by jhawk 5:31 PM - [Link] - Comments ()
Don't think people realize the depth of the Kansas vs Missouri rivalry goes.
posted for you by jhawk 2:02 PM - [Link] - Comments ()
Ever been watching TV and think, "That's the stupidest thing I'd ever seen." Only to find the next stupidest thing 10 minutes later.
Wednesday, September 24, 2003
posted for you by jhawk 12:35 AM - [Link] - Comments ()
I just noticed that my friends band has added some music from their latest album up on their site. Go take a listed www.soundtransmission.com. You can find some of their old stuff there too.
posted for you by jhawk 7:14 PM - [Link] - Comments ()
Tuesday, September 23, 2003
it's the second most played college football series in the country, at 111 games, behind only the 112 pitched battles between Minnesota and Wisconsin
posted for you by jhawk 11:41 AM - [Link] - Comments ()
Wow, I lived in these apartments a year in college. I was on the other side of the building though. They've changed them a bit. New windows I see. New decks coming soon...
posted for you by jhawk 2:28 PM - [Link] - Comments ()
BMW = Apple
"If you went to BMW and asked them why they don't outsell the Ford Taurus, they would say they don't want to make that sort of car," says Mr Jobs. "Apple has 25 million customers around the world, and our goal is to give them the best personal computer that we can, with the best operating system and some of the best applications."
--Via The Independent.
posted for you by jhawk 2:05 PM - [Link] - Comments ()
Monday, September 22, 2003
This cat really freaks me out.
posted for you by jhawk 12:09 PM - [Link] - Comments ()
Very large high pressure area moving into the midwest in the next day or two. That means we'll be back to moderate temps and clear skies. YAY!
posted for you by jhawk 2:15 PM - [Link] - Comments ()
Oh, how quickly we forget.
posted for you by steer 2:06 PM - [Link] - Comments ()
Read the sign
In at work today I got to be privy to more co-worker brainless activities. Near where my desk is located are 2 outgoing mailboxes. One is labeled Outgoing Mail: No Stamp, for mail that needs to be run through the postage meter machine before mailing, and another labeled Outgoing: Already Stamped.
Wednesday, September 17, 2003
So this co-worker comes by with 3-4 envelopes, already stamped. You can all see where this is going. She then puts them in one mail bin, then the other, and then picks them up one more time and turns to me...
Her: "Which one do I put these in?"
Me: "Are they stamped?"
Me: "The one that says already stamped."
Her: "Oh, I thought that was for mail that was already sent to us here."
Me: "Uh, that's the mail that ends up in your personal mailbox right over there." As I pointed to the mailboxes all labeled with everyone's names.
posted for you by jhawk 12:20 PM - [Link] - Comments ()
M$ -> Apple
Microsoft points Mac users to Apple's site for security information. I think it's kinda funny.
posted for you by jhawk 4:29 PM - [Link] - Comments ()
Sometimes, just sometimes, I'm glad Brownback is a Senator from Kansas.
Tuesday, September 16, 2003
posted for you by jhawk 10:00 AM - [Link] - Comments ()
The Nigerian emails have not stopped. In fact they've doubled!
posted for you by jhawk 9:55 AM - [Link] - Comments ()
Remember the old table Pac Man or Space Invaders from back in the 80's? You know, the arcade games you could sit down to play? I remember the one at a Pizza Hut with Pac Man on it. Now you can buy a replica version, that is an actual PC too and will do more than just games. Very slick. Would love one of these.
posted for you by jhawk 9:50 AM - [Link] - Comments ()
It's possibly going to be the most dangerous storm in a long time. Heading toward a heavily populated seaboard.
Friday, September 12, 2003
posted for you by jhawk 9:33 AM - [Link] - Comments ()
My Nigerian emails have stopped, but now I get this crap.
Monday, September 08, 2003
We are teams of American coalition troops writing
from Baghdad Iraq!
We are urgently seeking for your willingness to
secure the below consignments as shown in the
The goods were captured here in Baghdad, abandoned
in one of the Saddam Hussein?s Treasure House.
However, the goods consist of Gold Bars, Gold coins
and huge amount of fund in the sealed boxes!
At this moment, we are intending to ship these goods
outside Iraq for reasons of safekeeping on our
behalf but due to law and restriction order, we are
unable to transport the goods to AMERICA that is the
reason why we are soliciting for your interest to
assist us in receiving the goods on our behalf
preferably in Europe.
We are ready to meet to your demand on this basis
with our intending 25f the entire goods either in
cash or in value.
Therefore, we will appreciate your effort to reach
back via email confirming your interest to assist us
receive the consignment.
As soon as we receive your positive reply, we shall
furnish you with further details.
Please, note, this issue must be handled with utmost
confidentiality as to avoid publicity!
Capt. STELLA .A (Team Leader)
Pretty stupid. Here's their email if you want to help them out ;-) firstname.lastname@example.org
posted for you by jhawk 8:42 AM - [Link] - Comments ()
Speed vs. Perception
Friday, September 05, 2003
People also get peeved about what they perceive as inadequate performance. Admittedly there are professionals out there for whom time is worth real money, and therefore so is a fast computer. But most of the griping about inadequate performance comes from particularly angst-ridden folks obsessing about arbitrary, ambiguous and mostly irrelevant benchmarks they've read about somewhere. The simplest cure here, is to stop reading about those benchmarks. It's amazing how much faster your computer becomes if you stop comparing it to the fastest machine on the planet. Perhaps it's just because I'm reaching the age where my chin hairs have started to de-pigment, but I find that reminiscing on my previous computers makes this one just fly.
Sorry, it's from another "pro-Mac" site, but I just liked this part of the article a lot.
posted for you by jhawk 10:51 AM - [Link] - Comments ()
Thursday, September 04, 2003
posted for you by jhawk 8:31 AM - [Link] - Comments ()
A co-worker was having password problems logging into a certain application today. It's one that we do not have access to reset passwords here. Since the co-worker was busy with other things her manager called and got it reset. She comes to the co-worker and says, "Your new password is reset one-two. You then want to reset it once you get logged into it." The co-worker then replies, "Is that one-two like twelve?"
Yeah, if the number one immediately followed by the number two is too hard to comprehend, feel free to think of the same number combination as twelve.
posted for you by jhawk 1:14 PM - [Link] - Comments ()
Wednesday, September 03, 2003
posted for you by jhawk 11:19 AM - [Link] - Comments ()
"My son is not brilliant; he's not a genius," Rita Parson said. "Anyone that has any computer knowledge could have done what Jeff did. It doesn't take a level of genius to do this."
posted for you by jhawk 3:51 PM - [Link] - Comments ()