My sister took a video of some kids blowing into a Pitbull’s nose. The result was that the mouth fluttered. After you get over how gross it is to blow into a dog’s nose, the video is actually kinda funny.
Shawn Blanc, a gifted Christian blogger whom I have personally met in Nashville, has launched his own website: ShawnBlanc.net. If you like a mix of tech, Macs, Christianity, or whatever, please check out the site and perhaps add it to your feed reader. In other news, I am officially back from vacation and will “attempt” …
I learned a lot from the comment contest as far as lessons learned. Some of the lessons dealt with several assumptions I had, and some of the lessons dealt with things I learned from helpful people pointing stuff out to me. This post will go over the lessons I learned and will hopefully lead to better contests in the future.
We’ve all seen them. Those people in vehicles that think that the “No Parking” signs don’t apply to them. With little help from the store-owners, as well as law enforcement, it seems that the people parking in fire-lanes, and no parking zones have won. No longer.
Whether you’re reading a Government document, technical manual, engineering documentation, or an internal memo, acronyms make a document virtually unreadable unless the person reading is intimately familiar with each and every acronym listed.
I have personally had to read draft after draft of documents that have acronyms defined on the first page, but never defined thereafter. I have found myself reading a paragraph over and over, having to flip back to the first page so I could loosely interpret what the author is trying to say.
If you haven’t seen the rather hilarious Trunk Monkey commercials, you should head over to the website and check them out. After watching several of the commercials and talking to one of my friends, I thought of an idea that would revolutionize laptop security: the Laptop Monkey.
Renter’s insurance, biometrics, and laptop locks will only take care of your laptop to a certain degree. It seems that every week we hear of a laptop being stolen with thousands of consumer names on it. Every laptop needs its own personal laptop bodyguard: the Laptop Monkey.
I’m not a person who receives a lot of snail mail. Snail mail, for the uninitiated, is just standard(non-electronic) mail. In my case, I receive snail mail through the United States Postal Service (USPS). It is always a let down going to my apartment mailbox and discovering there is nothing there. I think there should be a way — in the age of modern wireless communications — that the USPS could alert somebody when there is actually mail in their mailbox. It would almost be the equivalent of your favorite instant messenger program popping up and saying, “You’ve got mail!”
Listed below are some of my random thoughts on City Stages.
Today was our last day at City Stages. This morning it was really hard to get up. Sarah and I went to sleep around 2am, so we had a good night sleep. I was just really sore and probably needed to sleep two days instead of just six or seven hours. The first band we …
Sarah and I arrived at City Stages at around 12:30pm for our second day of the music festival. The security at the gate wouldn’t allow our cameras or cell phones in, so we had to walk back to our car to put the items away. We found out later that security gave up on trying …