searching @ tastypopsicle.com
I've decided to open up the weblog archive. At one point is was closed off except to registered members due to an incident, However, that company has since closed its doors so they can just eat it. Use the search to find something that youmight be looking for. Maybe you'll find it.
weblog archive : january 2003
Oh, guess what Cooper and Kristen got me for Christmas?! An ORIGINAL Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)!! Ahhhh suky-suky!! Hours and hours of Super Mario (2 and 3 as well) and Contra and Super Contra.
Energy 92.7 Is no more
See what I mean? Terrible music. I found it fitting that Energy played "The Launch" by DJ Jean as it's last song since it was also the first song that they ever played. Bah!! Now I really need an iPod for the car.
Huh?! What a LONG and tiring weekend this was. I worked for over 35 hours this weekend on e˛ stuff (we REALLY need to redo our site). Must get more sleep...
One more thing: this article in Fortune magazine is a FASCINATING read into the Winnie the Pooh merchandising rights. Well, I thought it was fascinating - you might not. But you will most likely agree with me that it is a long article. I did read it all, though.
Welcome to Tuesday. Oh how exciting!
Ugghhhh Apple, you've managed to outdo yourself AGAIN! Absolutely - GORGEOUS 17" Powerbook!
I've been posting a lot lately, haven't I? mmmmm work
challishodge.com looks an awful lot like the old HumanContext site. Unfortunately, I can't find a cache of it anywhere on google. Ehhhhh who cares.
The music that I'm groovin' to is - House of Pain
Working on adding some features to tastypopsicle.com. The most recent rant is now on the home page. Click the title to read more. I am in the process of adding the message boards that have recently had posts to them as well. That will take more time and I often have bigger fish to fry.
The music that I'm groovin' to is - The Roots - Phrenology album
Amy's at school again today. This is the last week of classes so it's crunch time. Another semester closer to getting married...
It's a topic that's being discussed in the mmmmmm Fridays message board - thanks Jeremy for the info on that one. Maybe you'll want to check it out. Maybe you won't. Like I care what you do, right?
Jeesh! Why the pressure?
Worked on the e-Squared Technology News today. Now it pulls the tech news in from CNet News instead of the not-so-techy Suntimes. Shibby!
And you see the rant is there (and I see no one has commented - good, very good).
I'm done working on tastypopsicle.com for awhile now. I have other things I need to accomplish. I hope you eNjoy the new features. I know that I do.
The music that I'm groovin' to is - Nokturnel Mix Sessions feat. OS2
Read any good internet law lately?
The music that I'm groovin' to is - Oakenfold - Transport
"Must play more," say the voices. I was dreaming video game last night. That can't be good, right?
Looks cold out there today so bundle up if you're heading out. As for me - game on.
BTW - Hawks lost the other night - 4 to 2 against the Vancouver Canucks. I had fun either way.
The music that I'm groovin' to is - 12 Monkeys - the movie
Last night Amy and I saw Gangs of New York - a movie based on a book with the same name. Although it is a 3 hour movie, I think we both eNjoyed it a lot. I know we were just happy to get out and see a movie again. Ahh... I'd still like to see Just Married, though - it's one of those "stupid-funny" movies(?) maybe.
Ripping A LOT of music into mp3s on the 2nd machine at work. We've built up quite a collection. It'll be good when it's time to burn some mp3 CDs of all of them. Oh, and I think we're going on a "field trip" to MicroCenter in a little bit. mmmmm fun
I'm wondering if I should turn an old Mac Classic that I have into a functioning PC or a MacAquarium.
The music that I'm groovin' to is - Redman - Whut thee Album
I couldn't believe this story from the beginning - like most people I suppose. I LOVE what the judge says:
This story about a 4-winged dinosaur is a hell of a lot more interesting if you ask me.
Bah... I gotta get some work started. Yes, I said started.
"No president has ever admitted to taking psychedelics," Foster said. As opposed, of course, to cocaine, marijuana, booze and a host of other substances.
And on another tech-note, I was sent 4 emails with viruses attached to them over the weekend. Now, I don't know who's to blame for this but luckily I use Norton AntiVirus so the messages were quarentined immediately without any damage to my system. Damn Klez!
Went and saw George Clooney's Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. It's an adaptation of the cult memoir of game show impressario Chuck Barris, in which he purports to have been a CIA hitman. Unfortuantely, even after the film you don't know if he really was a part of the CIA or if he's just a little CrAzY. Maybe both. What you do know is that he was a bit of a booze hound. For the $5 ticket it was worth seeing. Check it out if you have nothing to do.
e-Squared has virus information on the site now. I'm sure you can figure out how it got there. Eddie and I are trying to think what other information should be included on our site aside from the tech news and virus information. Any thoughts?
I thought I had more to mention - apparently not, though.
The music that I'm groovin' to is - Paul Van Dyk
welcome.to.chicago :: 24 may 2013 @ 9.34pm CT