Archive for November, 2005

Time well spent in Idaho

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I ran across this link from a well known local web site (that I will not mention for fear of retribution from family and friends). It appears the legislaters of Idaho have opted to include a bill to commemorate Jared Hess and the making of Napoleon Dynamite.

Create your own ‘Veeper’

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Gracias to a friend of mine at work for this splended resource. In a nutshell, it generates self-animated, computer automated ‘virtual people’. It appears the American Honda Corporate is using the Veepers technologies offered by Plus 3D to promote its Latino web site. I’ve already spent far too much time playing with this to even start to elaborate on the possibilities. Perhaps those of you visiting can come up with more exciting ‘veepers’.


Wacky laptop tricks

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Rich Anderson is an instructor at Dunwoody College. He loves teaching, digital photograph, canoeing, backpacking, and rock climbing.

He’s also put together this gallery of humorous images showing a wild and crazy hacker utilizing his IBM laptop in weird ways.

Another ‘you know your living in…’, this time, 2005

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You know you’re living in 2005 when…

1 – you accidentally enter your password on a microwave

2 – you haven’t played solitaire with real cards in years

3 – thE reaL reason for not staying in touch with friends is that they don’t have a screen name

4 – you’d rather look all over the house for the remote instead of just pushing to button on the tv.

6 – your boss dont even have the ability to do your job.

7 – you read this list, & keep nodding and smiling

8 – as you read this list, you think about sending it to all your

9 – and.. you were to busy to notice number 5.

10 – you actually scrolled back up to check that there was no 5

11 – & now you’re laughing at your stupidity

Nice article on Fireworks MX [beginners]

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I’ve had this link lying around for a while and thought I’d post it for historical purposes.