Items posted30 December 2010
How exactly is saluting different from kneeling & praying? BAN EXCESSIVE PRAYING IN COLLEGE SPORTS!
Not sure why need the word "excessive" in the "excessive celebration" rule. How about "any celebration"?
Items posted29 December 2010
Liked this quote from the movie King of California: "We're still in the middle of nowhere; there's just a lot more people in it now."
This will be my 7th WD Caviar Green drive in 3 yrs (& 3rd this month) with zero problems. That you can get a 2 TB drive for $79 is amazing.
To be fair, 8 TB in the Drobo is only 5.5 TB of storage & the rest is for redundant SuperDuper clones. But cripes, that's a lot of space.
Ordering my 13th terabyte of storage. Pretty sure I've taken this DVD-ripping project too far.
Items posted28 December 2010
David Leaf’s provocative documentary — produced in collaboration with Yoko Ono — examines John Lennon’s growing involvement in antiwar efforts from 1966 to 1976 and the U.S. government’s attempts to silence him. The film, which picks up Lennon’s story as he begins to shed his Beatles identity and adopt the role of a peace activist, features interviews with Carl Bernstein, Walter Cronkite, Mario Cuomo and Angela Davis, among others.
This disc includes the following episodes: “Bashko’s Hairy Daughter / Tim’s Not Singing,” “Hottest Babes on the Planet / Suck It Philly,” “Insurmountable High Score / Tim vs. the Baby,” “Mugger / Cin City” and “Theo Strikes Back / Amy Gest Wasted.”
Soon after landing a plum job working for FBI operative Robert Hanssen (Chris Cooper), young agency employee Eric O’Neill (Ryan Phillippe) learns he’s been brought in to spy on his boss, who’s suspected of selling secrets to the Soviets. But can O’Neill handle such an important assignment with so little field experience, or will Hanssen get to him first? Laura Linney and Dennis Haysbert co-star in this high-stakes thriller based on a true story.
Items posted27 December 2010
After many hours of research on SSDs, I've decided to hold out for Intel's larger/faster third-generation drives scheduled for Q1 2011.
Items posted25 December 2010
Items posted23 December 2010
Watching iPhoto's "Last 12 Months" slideshow while listening to Mellon Collie & the Infinite Sadness, all via AppleTV. I ♥ you again, Apple.
Incredibly disappointed with the performance of our 27" iMac, despite the Quad i7. Think we got a lazy HD, so looking into SSD upgrades now.