Friday, October 31, 2003

Wired News: HDTV Newcomer Faces High Hurdles. Interesting options around the corner for those us of anxiously awaiting HDTV to become de-facto.

Wednesday, October 29, 2003

NASA - The 2003 Leonid Meteor Shower. I need to keep this info. Look up everyone.

Labels: , Microsoft Employee Fired for Blogging Arrival of G5's at Redmond. This is sad.

deAD's Code. Great cartoon parody of the programming process.

BW Online | October 29, 2003 | Apple's Panther Outruns Jaguar. More good news on Panther.

New Scientist Satellite images show massive Californian fires - This has a great picture. It is sad that so many people have lost so much though.

And here is what you will probably get to replace that old TV. The Long Last Gasp of Tube-Based TV


Wired News: Boob Tubes Going Digital By 2007. Get ready to replace your TVs.


@Stake issues Mac OS X advisories | CNET Another great reason to move to Panther.


Tuesday, October 28, 2003

PC Pro - Computing in the Real WorldSCO: 'the GPL violates the U.S. Constitution' - Come on people, this is just getting ridiculous.

Monday, October 27, 2003

Web Redesigns for the Holidays. I thought I was the only person to notice.

New tune on digital music - 2 STUDENTS CREATE ELECTRONIC LIBRARY. This sounds great. Everyone should be doing this.

Gadget may wreak traffic havoc - 10/26/03. No more sitting at red lights. I do not suggest anyone run out and purchase one of these as they are most likely to be legislated against real soon.

Friday, October 24, 2003

Concorde's Final Flight Arrives in London Supersonic jet travel is no more, sad.

A powerful solar storm erupted on the Sun Wednesday and is expected to reach the Earth today. []

Thursday, October 23, 2003

Can Aliens Find Us?Fun facts about Aliens spotting us!

STLtoday - News - St. Louis City / County Damn bugs are EVERYWHERE!

Gadget Knows Grandma Inside Out. This looks like the future of home health care.

Wired News: Feds to Fight Digital TV Piracy. More DTV rules. I hope that this does not hurt consumers.


Personal Technology -- Personal Technology from The Wall Street Journal.Yeah, someone finally noticed that Mac are better!


The U.S. Senate Wednesday passed a bill regulating unsolicited commercial e-mail and allowing fines as large as US$3 million for some types of illegal spam. The Senate voted 97-0 to approve the Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing (CAN-SPAM) Act on Wednesday after a compromise among members of the Senate's Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee allowed an amendment authorizing a federal agency to launch a national do-not-spam registry. [MacCentral]

Understanding Quantum Tunneling :: Physics Post. Physics is FUN!

Wednesday, October 22, 2003

InfoWorld: Symantec adds patch management to Ghost software: October 20, 2003: By : Applications. This might help me manage my computers better. We have updates from Symantec so I can not wait to get my hands on this upgrade.

Monday, October 20, 2003

One Million Copies of iTunes for Windows Software Downloaded in Three and a Half Days Looking good.

Sunday, October 19, 2003

Yahoo! News - Music Licenses Affect TV-To-DVD. Interesting article on the intricacies of music licensing as they are reflected on DVD sales.


Thursday, October 16, 2003

Has the GameCube been cracked? Emulator now also available! - CD Even more reason to pick up a GameCube now that they are only $99. I may ask for one this Christmas.

Yahoo! News - Microsoft Fixes Five 'Critical' Security Holes Will the madness ever stop! Please go out and buy a Mac!

Labels: Shenzhou 5 lands safely China has done it. Their spacecraft landed safely and the person is OK.

Tuesday, October 14, 2003

China Launches Its First Piloted Spaceflight Interesting story and defiantly one to watch as China has become only the third nation on Earth to launch a human into space.

Friday, October 10, 2003

I added a Panther countdown javascript to my links on the left hand side of this page. Check it out.

Thursday, October 09, 2003

Wired News: New Napster, IPod Don't Play Nice
Wired News: Crack Team to Move Liberty Bell
Yahoo! News - Parents Sue School Over Wireless Network
Yahoo! News - Quantum MP3 May Soon Be Reality


Wednesday, October 08, 2003

Red Planet Calling: How Mars Probes Phone Home
Shift key breaks CD copy locks | CNET
Yahoo! News - The Wireless-Network Race
Yahoo! News - Digital Music: Readers Chime In
BBC NEWS | World | Asia-Pacific | Going into space to gain face

Apple - Retail - Night of the Panther. Panther, the next major version of Apple's Mac OS X operating system will be released on 24 October 2003. Everyone get ready. If you have a Mac RUN, do not walk, to the nearest store and pick up a copy of this awesome OS.


Tuesday, October 07, 2003

Welcome to BarnBerry Cupboard! This Saturday 11 October 2003 from Noon till 8:00PM we are inviting everyone out to an OPEN HOUSE at the shop. Please come and visit if you are in the area. We would love to see you. Thanks.

Sunday, October 05, 2003

Justices Return to Face Issues of Religion and Politics ( Looks like the Supreme court is going to be very busy this year.

Friday, October 03, 2003

Wired News: Florida Dorms Lock Out P2P Users. The fight over what can be done on university campuses starts here and now. This is a good article about what one campus is doing. I do not agree totally with this approach but do agree that something should be done. Visit the EFF for a better solution.

Thursday, October 02, 2003

BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Film | Kill Bill is 'feminist statement'
. I am looking forward to seeing this when it is here in the states.

New Scientist: "Astronomers claim dark matter breakthrough"

Wednesday, October 01, 2003

U.S. Soccer Federation - News - WC 2006 Qualifying


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