I need to learn to keep my blasted mouth shut.
‘The Orange Grove’ by Kazu Kibuishi (Wikipedia article), from Flight: Volume Two (Villard) Tia: You promise me you’ll be there, right Sam? You’ll meet me in the city? Please promise me. […] Sam: (aside) Sometimes I wish I could just say what I mean… Sometimes it just isn’t right… But most times it feels as though the memory of what never was would...
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Anonymouse: 43 confirmed cases of A-H1N1 in RP as of 12:57 AM today, 7 more than yesterday and half as much as Malaysia.
Tabby Cat: Malaysia boleh!
Anonymouse: and they're not even trying as hard as singapore!
Eyewitness: The rise and fall of Dorling... →
The Inside Story of a Publishing Phenomenon by Christopher Davis I rather want to read this book. Heh.
TechXav: Looks Like Twitter isn’t that “User-friendly” After All Out of curiosity, I punched in the keywords ‘how to use Twitter’ into the search box and to my surprise, there are quite a number of users who simply don’t understand what is Twitter is about or how to use to world’s number one micro-blogging platform. In my mind, I was wondering whether these people have an IQ of below 80 or is it...
Oh my. I finally understand the meaning of life, the universe, and everything the strange “J” I see at the end of many Outlook-originated (OUTLOOK IS EVIL) emails. Apparently “J” in Wingdings is a smiley. Fail.
Try to be the person your dog thinks you are.– Anon.
I think you are confused about DX versus FX. This lens is 35mm on a DX sensor...– Brett Pappas commenting on Hivelogic - The AF-S DX Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G hahahahaha
So it takes about 25 kilobits — 3.2 kbytes — of data to code for a virus that...– On Influenza A (H1N1) « bunnie’s blog for once, the sec 1/2 microbiology course actually had a bit of use. it’s a pretty good take, and worth a read. and i finally understand why those mysterious ‘health officials’ keep talking about how it’s going to mutate and…
People do differ in intelligence, talent and ability. And yet research is...– The Secret to Raising Smart Kids: Scientific American
Five 2.5-inch hard drives at 500GB - The Tech... →
Article’s dated June 4, 2009! 500GB Hitachi Travelstar, Samsung Spinpoint, Seagate Momentus and WD Scorpio Blue drives are tested. I didn’t need to read this to validate getting my Scorpio Blue :p
Two weeks ago, I said here: I think I’m almost at the point where I regard planes as a mode of transport.. I take that back after Shanghai. I got quite a lot of sleep on the flight back, but there was still a blip of fear as I walked by the thermal scanners right before Immigration. Have you ever tried putting toothpaste back into the tube? It’s incredibly difficult.
Starbucks to no longer keep water running The company said it will no longer run water continuously out of its taps to wash spoons and will instead install new faucets that meter out water. Baristas press the faucet once and high pressure water sprays out long enough to rinse a spoon. [snip] Stores that do not receive the new metered faucets will use a “single spoon, single pitcher”...
If the English language made any sense, a catastrophe would be an apostrophe...– Doug Larson (via simko)
And when it was all over, one of the other assistant coaches came over and said,...– Randy Pausch’s Last Lecture
I think I’m almost at the point where I regard planes as a mode of transport.. But hey, I don’t actually mind clocking miles on China Airlines!