Leo Laporte has 4711 podcasts on Twit.TV now. Being a subscriber to several already (This Week in Tech, Windows Weekly, Security Now and Munchcast) I don’t often go back to the main web page to see what’s going on, because Continue reading Jumping Monkeys
My friend Jason finally got himself a Wii. They’ve been in short demand. He figures it’s been in use 18 hours a day at his house. His daughter plays it while he is at work, then he plays it when Continue reading Wii, Eh?
Well, I’m finally going to do it. What you ask? I’m going to organize a purchase of original formula Dr. Pepper from Old Doc’s Soda Shop in Dublin, Texas. Here’s why: What makes Dublin Dr Pepper so different? Continue reading 10-2-4
I meant to write about this yesterday, but got caught up in other things. The easiest thing to do, is simply give you a link. Simpsons Movie Promotion ~ 7-11 –> Kwik E Mart The pictures of the converted 7-11s Continue reading Please come again
It’s the Summer Solstice today.. Ok, that’s misleading.. it’s only the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere… which it’s most likely where you’re reading this from…So I guess I’d be more technically correct to wish you a happy June Solstice, Continue reading Happy Solstice
As long as we’re mocking end users in our office thomas-delbroc, I felt it due time to post about an extraordinary adventure with a printer I had yesterday. A particular user, who’s been no end of trouble the last for Continue reading It’s not the printer’s fault
We’ve been using Google Maps for years now, ever since it was first released. I find the Ajax interface to be very easy to navigate, and I’m happy with the results. One of the great things about Google is that they Continue reading Google Maps Rox
This is a going to be both a normal post and a test. As for test, I am looking at a new blog writing tool from Microsoft called ‘Windows Live Writer’. It’s currently in beta, but is part of Microsoft’s Continue reading Mulch to the Head