The Carlos Stalker Issue I mentioned before has prompted 26 comments (at present). It feels a little like high school with lots of anonymous comments floating around which is to be expected on the web. I always find it interesting when people start telling you what you can and can’t put up on your own website. We’re not talking about porn or military secrets here, it’s a friggin love letter on a piece of tie-died paper. Who buys tie-died paper anyways?
I think it’s time to pull out my old Sega Genesis… if I still have it some where… and play some Altered Beast, albeit with an overclocked processor . I don’t know what you could gain by overclocking your game system where the games are already tuned to run fine on it – but I guess it’s not a question of why, more a question of why not?
Link from Slashdot
Well I finally got a winner from Timmy Ho’s. It’s not the plasma TV but it will do for now. Just a free coffee.
Hopefully this is only the beginning of my winning streak at Tim’s.
Found this via boing-boing:
Here’s a blog by a guy who’s attempting to run his own label that’s done under a Creative Commons license so that, in a sense, it’s open source music I guess? Interesting article on world musicians who sign their life over to record producers/labels and thus see no money from their recordings. This makes him not-evil.
I’m testing out a client based blogging program called ecto. It’s by the same guy that made the iTunes recently played list I’m using on the right hand side of my blog. Currently it’s a OS X only program but they are working on a Windows version apparently.
I think I’m going to have to start a Roll Up the Rim counter like I remember some blogger doing last time they had this contest. I’m up to at least 10 cups of java purchased and still no win. I’m thinking they see me coming and pull out all the duds. I just know that some guy right before me is going to win a plasma tv and someone after me will win the truck and I’ll get a “Please Play Again” cup. Grrrr.