Monthly Archives: November 2003

BT – Emotional Technology

This is truly the greatest album right now. I’m not saying it’s the best ever, but it’s truly on repeat on my winamp and i don’t care. I’m about to burn it to an MP3 cd to take in my … Continue reading

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Intel to build wireless into desktop CPUs

[wired news] When Intel’s chipset, which is code-named Grantsdale, is released in the first half of next year, buyers of high-end computers using Intel’s Pentium 4 chips will no longer need to fuss with installing a separate wireless access point. … Continue reading

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largest teddy bear?

Apparently Chelsea is positioning itself to be a tourist attraction with the (alleged) world’s largest teddy bear. Chelsea Teddy Bear Company Factory Store opened in late October, and owners Bob and Kara Turner hope their 18-foot-tall bear toddles its way … Continue reading

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I posted the letters I wrote this weekend to Gov. Granholm (read) and Rep. DeRosett (read) regarding the proposed funding cuts of the MSUE & MAES.

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regular XP reformat = good

I would like to advocate for a regular reformat of your windows XP computer. I’m not saying erase all your stuff, just rather blow away the disk containing the operating system and reinstall. I used to do this regularly with … Continue reading

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