It has been almost 48 hours, and only 1 person has asked for one of the 6 GMail invitations I offered. There are still 5 left! If you want one, say something nice in the comments, and tell me about your fingernails.
C’mon people, these things sell for $100 on eBay!
Well, I tried.
I don’t plan to sell the will.com domain.
I wonder if that means he would give it to me? 😉
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 of excellent. It’s rare to find an album by any musician where every song is great, especially in this day and age of prefab musicians and calculated formulas for getting big hits on radio and MTV.
So how’s that for setting a high level of expectation for Pressure Chief? Somehow, I doubt I will be too disappointed, though it might not be the masterpiece that Comfort Eagle was.
Here is my All-Time Top 10 list of Best Albums (in no particular order):
That’s a difficult to compile, but I think back to what records, cd’s, or cassettes I wore out the most, and those would be at the top. So who is on your list?
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, you should still Browse Happy and Get Firefox.
Have I drilled this point home yet?