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The Onion: FDA Approves Sale of Prescription Placebo

September 22nd, 2003 | No Comments | Posted in General

MS Free PC

September 17th, 2003 | No Comments | Posted in General

This is pretty sweet…

If you bought certain Microsoft software for use in California between 1995-2001, you probably are due some money because of a recent anti-trust settlement between California and MS.

So Lindows.com setup a super-easy way to get their stuff for free if you have them do the settlement paperwork on your behalf. Check it out.

If you live on the East Coast…

September 15th, 2003 | No Comments | Posted in General

hold onto your booty.

I’m on a mission…

September 9th, 2003 | No Comments | Posted in General

to try to replace whatever software I can on my WindowsXP machine w/ Free Software. My main goal tonite was a good, lightweight text editor (for little programming chores). I’ve settled on Programmers Notepad, but JEdit is also a good choice.

I’m sure that for most, text editors are not that exciting….so why don’t you try MozillaFirebird for web-browsing, MozillaThunderbird for email and OpenOffice.org as a Microsoft Office replacement.

Wedding and Honeymoon Pics

September 5th, 2003 | No Comments | Posted in General

We’ve finally started getting some pictures up on our site. Here are a couple of links:

Wedding and Honeymoon from our album.

My friend Mark’s pics from his camera.

Jen’s play-by-play of the big day.

Digital Music

September 5th, 2003 | No Comments | Posted in General

Is it even possible to buy music in the digital age? Some dude is trying to
find that out.

Software Bill-Of-Rights

September 3rd, 2003 | No Comments | Posted in General

Software Customer Bill of Rights

TiVo Keeping it Real w/ Linux

September 2nd, 2003 | No Comments | Posted in General

If you want to hack around with your TiVo (you do have a TiVo, right?), take a look at the TiVo – GNU/Linux Source Code and Developer Resources.

Privacy Protection

September 2nd, 2003 | No Comments | Posted in General

If you want to help curb the level of junk mail you get, try taking a look at the
Privacy Survival Guide.