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Amdoore's Internet Law: smaller, faster monkeys every 18 months

I received a hilarious audio file in e-mail the other day:

http://www.osl.iu.edu/~jsquyres/wav/af-missle-guidance.wav

If only I knew where I wasn't, then I'd be able to determine where I didn't need to go, and what I wasn't supposed to do.


I had a vanilla coke today to see what all the hoopla is about.

Eh.


I have my Mozilla to monitor a few of my friends' LiveJournals. It lets me know when any of them have been updated.

Michelle's LiveJournal, for some unknown reason, modifies itself periodically (i.e., without Michelle's intervention). Mozilla tells me that her journal has been updated, so I go check. Visibly, there's no change from the last time I read it. But a diff shows that random HTML tokens seem to get insertted in the middle of the text.

I attribute it to anamolous solar flare activity.


One LAM to find them
One LAM to distribute them
One LAM rules them all

Make today a LAM/MPI day.


I found out that you can only pause live TV on Tivo for 30 minutes if you aren't recording the program.

Whoops!

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