Monthly Archives November 2003

Magazine covers

From Marketsquare but enhanced: magazine covers from the day I was born. Click on a cover to go to the site where you can find your own! (MAD was not publishing monthly. I figure October would still be on the shelves.) on the shelves.)

Phone Post: hey, new feature!

Birth month meme

Birth month meme via Halfjack. Get your month from Pandaxian. NOVEMBER: Has a lot of ideas. Difficult to fathom. Thinks forward. Unique and brilliant. Extraordinary ideas. Sharp thinking. Fine and strong clairvoyance. Can become good doctors. Dynamic in personality. Secretive. Inquisitive. Knows how to dig secrets. Always thinking. Less talkative but amiable. Brave and generous. […]

I am SO spoiled. (not complaining)

I am a happy mendel. Tomorrow’s my birthday, but Candice moved it to tonight. :-) She bought me a bottle of Masi Amarone Costasera 1999, which is a fantastic, complex wine that drives home the fact that I cannot describe wine in text at all. Suffice to say that this is a very good wine […]

This is a test post to debug http://www.livejournal.com/support/see_request.bml?id=169883. This text is in English. The following Japanese text is cut and pasted from Sanrio’s website. I have no idea what it says. ボーダフォンライブ!「ハローキティどこでも日記」で入会キャンペーン実施中! This is cut and pasted from Mashimoro’s website, so is presumably Korean. 마시마로쇼핑몰 개편 Here’s some Russian from Pravda for good measure. Автобус […]

Strokes, copy protection, AMG

I picked up the new Strokes CD, Room on Fire, yesterday. I won’t bother reviewing the album here because everyone and their dog has; it’s basically the continuation of This is It inexplicably delayed by two years. It’s a great album, but it’s not a historical album at all; just another bunch of tunes like […]

Sand animation

You simply must see this sand animation (19MB WMV, 10m) from the 2003 SiCAF animation festival in Seoul. It is very much worth the download time. [via MetaFilter]

Mozex: external application hooks for Mozilla

I’m currently composing this post in vim. When I’m done, it’s going to be posted via the web update form in Mozilla, without using cut and paste. This is thanks to what is now my favoritest Mozilla extension yet: Mozex lets you specify external applications for viewing source, editing textboxes, mail, IRC, AIM, FTP, and […]