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Archive for July, 2002


 

 

Think blogging is a pointless, self-indulgent waste of time? Most of you probably don't since I'm sure most of my traffic comes from blogger.com. But for the rest of you, think again.
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Those of you who follow Apple as closely as I do will get a laugh out of this short film by Kevin Fox
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Looks like I won't be going to see Paul a second time. Friday, the day before tickets went on sale, there was a nice little layoff rumor going around work. So, until that all pans out and I know I have a secure job, I don't think I should be ...
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Just my LuckI drove all the way to Vegas back in April to see Paul McCartney live and fulfill a lifetime dream. Well, the tour has been so successful that they have added a handful of dates and now he's coming here to Phoenix in October. So i get to ...
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I had the TV on the other day, but wasn't paying a whole lot of attention to it. One of those magazine/tabloid news shows was on. They were doing a story that had something to do with health care and subsidized housing. I wasn't really interested, but as I glanced ...
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His Steveness is addressing the failthful as I write this.
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The bar wasn't damaged as bad as I was afraid it might be. I got it turned back upright last evening and all the tiles were in tact and only one had even come off. The trim around the edge of the bartop was another story. It was damaged pretty ...
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The monsoon is only 5 days old and it gave us a nasty storm last night.If that sentence sounded oddly phrased, it's because most people incorrectly refer to the individual storms as monsoons when the word actually refers to the southeasterly airflow that draws moist air from the Gulf of ...
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Another reason to be a Mac user.
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Here's a scary one. Scientists have built a synthetic polio virus from scratch and used it to paralyze lab rats. They say it can be done with any virus for which you know the DNA map. As a scientist, I'm amazed at the proof of concept. It's just one more ...
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