Archive | October 2004
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Want to know how much money your neighbors contributed to which political party and/or candidate? Just enter your address at the Fundrace Block Party web site and click Search. This is public information, but it’s kinda scary to see how much they publish about you, including your occupation.
It would seem that the Kitten’s Comment Pay extension I installed has put an end to the comment spam for now. The spammer in question didn’t choose to pay me to post his/her spam, rather he/she got frustrated that his/her posts were not showing up and all they got was a screen asking to send […]
For the last 48 hours or so I have been fighting a spammer who keeps posting nonsense comments here on my blog. The point is to fill my blog with links to their site, which helps their serach engine rankings and spams their site to people happening to read my comments. I used the built-in […]
Supporters of President Bush are less knowledgeable about the president’s foreign policy positions and are more likely to be mistaken about factual issues in world affairs than voters who back John F. Kerry, a survey released yesterday indicated. Reported by the Boston.com News
The basketball season is less than a month away, and my preseason jitters are keeping me awake at night. You would think I am the starting point guard, but alas, I am not. Here is the crazy thing: Athlon Magazine has Louisville (my favorite, in case you weren’t aware of it) ranked #1 in their […]
With no one ever posting on the old Geekamongus forum, and new exploits of Invision Powerboard growing in number related to it’s increase in popularity, I decided to try something new. I found this cool guy online who writes really cool little PHP scripts at MyLittleHomepage.net, and tried out the My Little Forum script. The […]