Got a roll of 100 stapms, don’t want to use them to pay the bills, take a page out of the book of this guy, and send 100 letters to companies asking for free stuff:
Pretty cool idea actually.
The world’s formost authority on sporks
uses for sporkes:
A funny word to make people shoot pop out of their noses
Taking over the universe
Escaping prisons with REALLY soft walls
Not a great name for a kid
Think you know everythint there is to know about music, think you know someone artist inside out, put it to the test:
You think of something music related, and answer a series of questions, the computer will answer it at the end.
I was able to stump the computer once, Garth Brooks was who I was thinking of when i stumped it.
I have to say, this is pretty amazing!
I downloaded the software, and am trying to figure out how it works, hopefully it’s not hard to configure, and ill get it up and working soon.
10 of the most interesting lego creations out there. These are pretty good, i wish i was able to do some of those. My favorites are numbers 1 & 2.
Oh man is that beautiful, if i had a mac mini, and i didnt love my NES anymore, i’d do that!
I know that Slashdot already posted this, but NASA is saying that Jupiter’s famous red storm is now in for some competition. A new storm, birthed from 3 smaller white storms, has over the past 6 years, turned red. While it isn’t as big as the Great Red Spot, it certainly gave some insight into how it was born. Why it’s red however, is still a mystery.
Oval BA first appeared in the year 2000 when three smaller spots collided and merged. Using Hubble and other telescopes, astronomers watched with great interest. A similar merger centuries ago may have created the original Great Red Spot, a storm twice as wide as our planet and at least 300 years old.
At first, Oval BA remained white—the same color as the storms that combined to create it. But in recent months, things began to change
Seems pretty cool to me. The Great Red Spot is estimated to be around 300 years old, possibly older. No one realy knows how it formed, and here NASA scientists have been watching something similar develop over the past few years. Does that mean a new Jupiter Mission? Probably not, NASA seems too preoccupied with going back to the moon.
This day 19 years ago the Apple II was bron.
15 MHz Motorola 68020 processor, 1 MB RAM, optional 40 MB hard drive, starting at $3,898…