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testing measurements

June 30, 2004 Leave a comment


building…

Categories: sustainability, UT SolarD

The most amazing interview ever w/ Bush. Ever.

June 29, 2004 Leave a comment

The most amazing interview ever w/ Bush. Ever> requires RealPlayer

An Irish interviewer takes on Bush, and he fails miserably, becoming visibly defensive and irate. his canned answers do not suffice her continued questions. he is also condescending to anyone not agreeing w/ the US war in Iraq. he then also contradicts himself regarding putting people in harms way (‘i won’t put people in harms way’…yet we’re in iraq). me me me! i’m the best president ever! i’m the first president to do this! i’m the first president to do that! me me me! let me feed you 8th grade answers! “my job is to do my job.” very eloquent, mr. president.

Categories: politics

this playlist is too good not to share! i’m so ex…

June 25, 2004 Leave a comment

this playlist is too good not to share! i’m so excited listening to it that i really want you to know the songs, so that you can reassemble them and experience the utter euphoria brought on by their pure melodic pop rock perfection!

the yeah!!! playlist
Nothingsevergonnastandinmyway (Again)……Wilco
Watching the Wheels……………………John Lennon
Quiet………………………………..The Beta Band
Horse Pills…………………………..The Dandy Warhols
July, July!…………………………..The Decemberists (who i sadly missed in concert this past tuesday at Emo’s)
Know Your Onion!………………………The Shins
Losing California……………………..Sloan
Stay Don’t Go…………………………Spoon
Hello Kitten………………………….Hefner
Phantasies……………………………Stephen Malkmus
Girl Inform Me………………………..The Shins
The Minute……………………………The Push Kings
Everything You’ve Done Wrong……………Sloan
Hella Good……………………………No Doubt
Are You Gonna Be My Girl?………………Jet

Categories: music

Spidey and GI Joe

June 24, 2004 Leave a comment
Categories: haha, media, web

Bush Administration and faulty info

June 22, 2004 1 comment

so i think i see a reason for all the false reports coming out of the bush camp. this reason may be simplistic, it may have already been identified, but i think that they are releasing false info on purpose. not to release good news and hope they won’t get caught – they know they’ll get caught; but they know that the number of people who are apprised of the error will be fewer than the ones who hear it at first, and they hope that those first few people will be swayed to the bush camp. then when the error comes to light the next day, which it inevitably does, the bush camp can feign ignorance, blaming the mistake on the CIA or some other branch of the government. the bush camp is never at fault – ever. bush’s state of the union faux pax; the reduction in worldwide terrorism faux pax; the rising hourly wage faux pax… it’s never the bush camp’s fault, they’re always given faulty information. well do the fucking research! and they know it – they have the research before they release the faulty info, it’s an elaborate hoax to make them look the victim in this giant mess they continuously dig themselves into.

and on the other hand, if they’re not aware of all these screw-ups before they’re committed? well that’s far scarier…

Categories: frustration, politics

new browser and beta calendar

June 22, 2004 Leave a comment

fun and fast calendar program and internet browser if you’re sick of the bloated and slow Internet Explorer and Outlook.

Mozilla Firefox browser – this browser loads in about 2 seconds vs. IE 5-6 seconds. your results will be different, but the loading time should be significantly faster. this is only important for no reason at all except if you hate how long it takes IE to load.

it also has the Google search bar built in, as well as pop-up blocking., and tabs. it’s essentially Apple’s Safari browser for PCs.

Mozilla Sunbird calendar – only use this if you’re willing to put up w/ a bunch of bugs, b/c it’s still pretty buggy (you can use it even tho it’s not in final release). on the up side, it functions a lot (though not nearly as well nor as beautifully) as Apple’s iCal. it allows you to create multiple calendars, color code and selectively view them. you can also download iCal calendars (i.e. your favorite band may post their touring schedule online, so you can download and incorporate it into your calendar).

Categories: tech

…durr??

June 21, 2004 Leave a comment



Categories: haha, politics