Sunday, May 30, 2004

WZWZ Z92.5

Is running ads about how supposedly "awful" satellite radio is. Please. If they provided anything at Z that I wanted to listen to, satellite radio wouldn't be necessary, now would it?

For that matter, WZWZ itself is "satellite" radio after about 7 or 8 each night, until you hear Allan & Amber the next morning. That whole time, they carry an ABC Radio Networks service (delivered by satellite).

Saturday, May 29, 2004


Popular Mechanics' Tech Tuesday: "Microsoft says it's staying true to its original vision--which, as near as we can tell, is to be as much like Mac OS X as possible"

Monday, May 24, 2004

100 Percent Success

MSNBC - Charter School

Now this is the right idea - promote a more structured, goal oriented environment and even inner-city youth that start 3 years behind can all, repeat all, go on to higher education.

Sunday, May 23, 2004

Tricked-out brains

Is yours? Watch the animation and find out. NPR : Tricks the Brain Plays

Friday, May 21, 2004

Yahoo! News - Pringles potato snack to get printed designs

Pringles to get designs

Sometimes, food really is educational. Other times it's just junk.

Sometimes, sex is the answer.

Rare, but it happens: Ananova - Childless couple told ...

It is on. And when it is on, it is on!

WXXB vs. court

B102.9 vs WAZY - throwin it down in Lafayette.

Thursday, May 20, 2004

no. comment.

Wired News: XXXchurch Wants No More XXX: "...Christian sex addicts in Kentucky."

Live HTML Editing

WebRev looks pretty cool... too bad it's $250 (or, rather, requires a $250 product) to be used.

Tuesday, May 18, 2004

chilled out?

Elisabeth Eaves indicates that "...for five or more hours every afternoon, the nation is seriously chilled out..."

Might be just the ticket to mideast peace. Will they export the stuff?

the best PBS shows all end in 'house'

So true! Seth Stevenson of Slate says so.

More alliteration later.


This is just a test, to see if this darn thing works.