Friday, April 29, 2005

Opportunity Mars Rover Stuck in Sand | Oh No! I hope they can get it out.

Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Will 'Lost' recap help viewers find some answers? | STLtoday. This show has fast become one of my favorites this year. The mysteries seem to be endless and they keep you fascinating and the cliffhangers each week will keep you watching.

Apple unveils new G5 PowerMacs | New Powermac G5s were announced today. Looks like it is time to buy.


Tuesday, April 26, 2005

AOL Testing Next Generation AIM Client | BetaNews. AOL will soon replace AIM with a new integrated messaging client. This is going to be interesting to see if they will continue to support the older clients and what this means for iChat.

French court bans DVD DRM | The Register. This could turn out to be an interesting case. If this holds up then DVDs would have to be sold in France with no DRM which would be a huge win for fair use.

Monday, April 25, 2005

Free Hard Disk Utilities: Recover Deleted Files & Lost Data (PC World Picks) | Lockergnome. A nice list of utilities to have on hand if you delete some files.


Tuesday, April 19, 2005

I just watched Nova on PBS. I think it was the best TV show I have ever seen. There was a brilliant part on Stem Cell research and the wonderful possibilities that we could all see from this new science. We all need to get behind this new research and tell everyone we know to get behind it. Visit the Nova website to view the ENTIRE program now.


Is David Tennant right for Doctor Who? | BBC NEWS. Looks like we have a front runner for the Doctor Who replacement. I hope this will be just as good as the current season.

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Congress to review Patriot Act on Tuesday | CNET I hope that they make the right decisions this time and refuse to renew most of the Patriot Act.

Monday, April 18, 2005

Java glitch hits OS X update | CNET Better check this website to make sure your Java still works. My Java still works and I am happy.

Thursday, April 14, 2005

ISS Expedition 11 Crew Reaches Orbit | There is a new crew on the way to the ISS.

Two pharmacists sue Blagojevich over contraception prescriptions | TV6. Hmm this is interesting. We will have to keep an eye on this to see how it turns out.

NASA fuels up Discovery for tank-tests | The Register. The Space shuttle is getting closer and closer to its launch scheduled May 15.


Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Apple to Unveil 'Tiger' Operating System | Yahoo! News. Apple has officially announced Tiger will be shipped on Friday 29 April 2005 at 6:00 PM. Get ready for the next OS X.


Saturday, April 09, 2005

How to Blog Safely (About Work or Anything Else) | EFF. The EFF has posted a nice little article on what to do to keep your job if you are blogging. I would give it a read if you currently blog or are thinking about blogging in the future.

Friday, April 08, 2005

New Batteries: Twice the Life | Some new type of battery from Panasonic look to be the best for the money.

Wednesday, April 06, 2005

Another 18 months for Mars rovers | The Register. Great news for the Mars rovers, they will get to continue the mission for much longer.

Sunday, April 03, 2005

Daylight-saving time: Whose bright idea was this, anyway? | STLtoday. This is an interesting little article on the history of DST.

College Students Download in Dorm Rooms | Yahoo! A good little article on the state of mind of college students today.

NASA Starts Planning to Retire Space Shuttle | NYT. Well, we have known for a while that the Shuttle is getting long in the tooth. Hopefully they will generate a good design for a real spacecraft to carry people and then launch items with unmanned ships. This is the best and safest option in my opinion.


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