It’s been over a week with my new Apple Wireless Keyboard, and the experience up until now has been a mixed bag. First off, the positives. The design of the keyboard is remarkable; I love how it’s so thin and small. Since I have three monitors — two hooked up to my tower and the … Continue reading Apple Wireless Keyboard Review and the Big Control Key
From the AntiWar blog, an interview with Dick Cheney from 1994 talking about why Bush I government did not invade Iraq during Gulf War I. I’ve emphasized certain sections in bold below: Q: Do you think the U.S., or U.N. forces, should have moved into Baghdad? A: No. Q: Why not? A: Because if we’d … Continue reading Cheney vs. Cheney
Bush’s I’m Above the Law field. What more can this guy do to make himself more unpopular? Wait, I really don’t want to hear the answer to that question.
Marc and I went to the Star Wars Celebration IV at the Los Angeles Convention Center tonight, but we left early because of a stupid bomb scare during the Celebration Opening event at 7:00 pm. Some stupid, fat, pimply 40-year old dressed up in Star Wars regalia probably screamed out some quote from the movie … Continue reading Bomb Scare at Star Wars Celebration IV
The rumors and articles predicting a Palm buyout have only intensified in recent days. What I don’t understand is why any company would consider purchasing Palm. Don’t they already know that it’s been dead for the past five years? Sure, Palm is still enjoying record sales. In the last fiscal year ending in June 2006, … Continue reading Palm Is Already Dead
Looks like Chinese food is in the crosshairs for restaurant foods that are unhealthy. The Center for Science in the Public Interest released a report declaring the typical Chinese menu is loaded with calories, saturated fats and sodium. A few weeks ago, another study targeted chain restaurants such as Ruby Tuesday and The Border as … Continue reading Eating Out Every Day Can Be Unhealthy
If you’ve been following the Ted Haggard scandal, you’ve got to read this article, published in May, 2005, in Harper’s Magazine. Soldiers of Christ has some of the most delicious and prescient ironies on Haggard that I’ve encountered while following this story. His true beliefs and desires were sitting right under everyone’s noses and in … Continue reading Reading Between the Lines