i would like to have a program like ical or sunbird sitting on my desktop. i’d like to enter an event on a specific calendar, and have that event update my google calendar. i’d like for them to sync. w/o me having to press a button.
i’d also like google calendar to get a to-do list. and a nice implementation would be something similar to how 30boxes.com does their to-do list. the way they print events is also quite nice. while we’re on 30boxes, their new webtop feature is quite nice. i’d like google to make something clean like that, instead of cluttered like the personal google home page.
i’d also like my next 2 business ideas to do incredibly well. so that i can buy a 3 story condo in NYC. as well as my house in austin. a-yup.
how could she go from being every guy’s dirty school girl wet dream to this? dear lord, it’s scary…
just in case you’ve ever wanted to smell like a gas-guzzling, gas spewing machine…
(please refrain from mom jokes, it’s too easy and take no skill)
this is an example of a very bad ad. ‘Start at LaGuardia Then…’ ‘Finish at St. John’s Now?’ When? they mean to use the word ‘then’ in the sense that something comes afterward. however, the way the ad is structured makes it read entirely differently. it makes it read as though you start at LaGuardia at some time in the past, not as a stepping stone to something greater. perhpas the word ‘now’ following st. john’s would help. perhaps locating those 2 sentence fragments closer together would help. and also, though i understand the intent of the ad is to promote LaGuardia as a good beginner college, they might not want to create an ad that actually seems to promote St. John’s.
i know i’ve been pretty negative about all things transportation in NY lately, even though it’s the best public transporation network in the US, but the things i bitch about are legit. i love the extent of the subways and buses and trains, but their maintenance really does stink.
sooo, i figured instead of complaining about the train, i’d make a snide comment about this ad i saw on the LIRR the other day. it’s pretty funny. sorry, but that ad does not speak to any new generation. it’s inherently boring and cliched. apparently, they believe that leather pants, a leather skirt and boots are all that it takes to hook up to the ‘new’ generation. that and the word podcast. yup, i’m there.
Apparently, the most effective way to mask the stale stench of urine and crap is t o hang a mega urinal cake from a mesh bag in the middle of the bathroom. This is one of only 2 bathrooms (2 men, 2 women) in all of Penn Station – 1 bathroom in the Amtrak Platform, and one in Penn Station proper. Now that I think about it, there’s probably a bathroom in the NJTransit section as well, but I never go there. This pic was taken in the Amtrak men’s bathroom. Here’s another pic of one of the sinks in the same bathroom:
Yup, they really try hard to take care of their facilities there at Penn Station. Really try to make their riders feel at home, you know?
florida issued an evacuation warning for hurricane alberto, a relatively minor storm, lest they look like they don’t care about residents or have a working government to protect constituents. don’t want to look like Katrina, now do we? this is exactly how the federal govt. responded post-9/11 – overly intrusive and forceful to project an image of confidence, knowledge, and control. the threat isn’t really there, but we’re prepared!