Archive | August 2004
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The Jedi Academy has opened in Romania.
I have 6 GMail invites to give out. If anyone wants a GMail account, post in the comments below and let me know why you deserve one Don’t forget to leave a valid email address for me to send the invites to.
The new album by Cake, called Pressure Chief, is due out very soon, and being on their mailing list, I was lucky enough to get a cool pre-order special. Their last album, Comfort Eagle, made it onto my All-Time Top 10 list of favorite albums without a problem. Every song on it is nothing short […]
As recently noted here, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer has been getting a lot of bad press as of late. Even though the much-hyped Windows XP Service Pack 2 is due out this week, security holes have already been found. Yes, you should install Service Pack 2, because it does patch a lot of known holes. However, […]
When Macromedia created what it calls “layers” (really just CSS div tags positioned absolutely) in Dreamweaver, it did a world of damage to the field of web design. This is largely in part because people tend to think of layers like those you use when creating complex images in Photoshop, and expect them to behave […]
Today the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals (known as the “activist court” by conservatives who get upset when they interpret the law correctly) ruled that Grokster and Streamcast are not liable for the illegal swapping of files on their networks since there are no centrally located servers that house the files. This is a […]