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Blog elsewhere May. 18th, 2004 @ 07:54 am
No more lj for me. I enjoy Plone. You should too.

http://trove.dyndns.org

Zora Jan. 16th, 2004 @ 08:44 pm
Images for your pleasure

http://trove.dyndns.org/Pictures/Zora

HHGTTG Movie Jan. 13th, 2004 @ 12:28 pm
Sweet news about a new Hitchhiker's Guide movie.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/films/2004/01/12/high_noon_jan_12_2004_news_article.shtml

Postmodernism Jan. 9th, 2004 @ 02:07 pm
Read this article. It's great!

http://www.info.ucl.ac.be/people/PVR/decon.html
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Zora Jan. 9th, 2004 @ 01:44 pm
We adopted a dog today. Her shelter name is Zora, but we can pick a new one.

Zora isn't bad. She's southern, though, and needs some kind of hyphenated name. Zora-Bing is my fav.

What's your opinion?

http://www.animalprotectionsociety.org/adoption/dogs/dogadoptpage.html

Look for Zora (or serial number G04-0014).
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Back in Chappy Hill.

Time to motivate self for another semester.

MOTIVATE!
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Merry Christmas.
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Bristol is ever Bristol.
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Rapture: How Biotech Became the New Religion by Brian Alexander

"The talks almost always take place in the dark," he writes. "During the first 10 minutes, the scientist-presenter fumbles with a bulky laptop computer in an effort to get the PowerPoint program to work. During the nonext 30 minutes, the scientist, who has never been trained in the art of public speaking, explains, often through a very thick Chinese, German, French or Italian accent, why the mass of pinkish cells on the right is the surprising and highly significant result of the procedure performed on the almost identical mass of pinkish cells on the left. Line graphs are shown.

"The final five minutes is taken up by a question period. Colleagues stand at a microphone in the middle of the aisle and, using the polite code phrases of science, ask the presenter if he has considered the possibility that his head has unaccountably become entangled in his ass."
» Ooo. Even better.
telnet://thebackroom.no-ip.com

Five interplanetary BRE leagues.

What is this Synchronet BBS software?

Oh my! It's an open source BBS system for the Internet. Excellent.

Maybe I'll run my own board with a BRE league.
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