Sherry wine offers health benefits. →
I’ll live forever.
tarp application - Google Search →
Two pages. TWO PAGES. THAT’S IT, to apply for the $700 Billion in federal bailout. TWO PAGES for the application. I have to fill out several dozen pages for the FAFSA just so the government can tell me I’m too financially responsible to get any money. Two pages to get $150 billion (for AIG) but 50 pages for me to get $0. I have one question: where’s the form to declare...
INTERNET CELLO SOCIETY →
Fascinating. I knew about this, but this is a good article. In case you are wondering the Wolf Note on the cello is F, more so on second finger on the D string than fourth finger on the C.
Global warming myths busted →
Nothing like some random journalist talking in absolutes, oversimplifing a complicated topic to scare the public. Nothing says integrity like Microsoft and MSN. Nine is my favorite.
weather.com - Form Page →
Form to get an autograph from a Weather Channel meteorologist. Awesome.
This I Believe (part 5) →
This is part five of my “This I Believe” series. I’m going to be spending most of the time delving into my struggles in deciding what it is I actually believe. I have had trouble over the last…
This I Believe (part 5)
This is part five of my “This I Believe” series. I’m going to be spending most of the time delving into my struggles in deciding what it is I actually believe. I have had trouble over the last several years defining exactly what it is I prescribe to as a worldview. I consider myself a man of science, but I also consider myself a man of faith. So, where am I exactly? I hope to figure some of...
To Install Bufkit on Mac OS X v.10.3-10.5.x First, make sure you have X11 installed on you computer. X11 is a protocol that provides a graphical user interface for programs that can’t run in the Mac environment (I’ve used this to run GIMP, which is the opensource Photoshop, and Openoffice, before they came out with a Mac version) X11 is included on your install CDs that came with...
Economists Say U.S. Is In Year-Old Recession : NPR →
Tell us something we didn’t know.