Monthly Archives: November 2006
Sometimes writing for the blog is easy and other times not so much. When I’m having trouble thinking of something to write about I troll link aggregator sites, web sites devoted to listing the most frequently clicked stories on the net, to help get the old writing juices flowing. For the past few days I […]
I just read that Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, the co-creator’s of the UK show “The Office,” have written an episode of the U.S. version with the same name, and it will air on Thursday night. As much as I love the U.S. version of “The Office,” my heart truly belongs to the U.K. version, […]
YouTube’s down, so the last post will probably look messed up. Sorry. It ain’t my fault.
According to ABC News, Britian’s Q magazine recently published the twenty most important songs in the last two decades, and guess which song took number one? Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit.” And no, I’m not kidding. Here’s the video in case you’ve never seen it: I would never write a disparaging comment about the grunge […]
Yesterday I watched the video “In Its Image,” and afterward I realized how very similar human beings are as compared to a computer without a hard drive. Essentially, a computer without a hard drive must rely on its Random Access Memory (R.A.M.) and its Central Processing Unit (C.P.U.) to receive, compute, and store data. The […]
Timmy and Gobbles send you Thanksgiving wishes. While you’re here, why not listen to Adam Sandler’s “Thanksgiving Song”?