Posts from November 2000

OceanBlog Archives

I received dozens of messages from concerned readers about the missing October archives both here and at the OceanBlog. Please, fret no more. The archives have been restored. The webcam is alive again, too. Outgoing eMail? Still dead. Also, Ryan @ is working on a site redesign – all with DHTML and CSS. It

AOL Instant Messenger

I finally broke down and got an AIM account: GatorDVG For some reason I cannot send eMail from my account. I can receive eMail with no problem. If it takes me longer than you would expect to reply, that is the reason. Hopefully the problem is temporary and will resolve itself soon. <knocks on


Like we really needed another reason to love Nik …

hypothetical situations

Have you ever imagined a world with no hypothetical situations?

College Football News

College Football News

Coach Steve Spurrier said Sunday that Jesse Palmer would start Saturday’s game at rival Florida State, although he didn’t rule out rotating Palmer with Rex Grossman. Gators win SEC East “I understand why the election is all fouled up, because I saw some crazy things happen here,” USC coach Lou Holtz said. Miami leaps Florida

Win Ben Stein’s Money

And now … me, too! They just returned my call!

Condoms Too Small

Note to self: Be prepared before heading to Swaziland. Thanks for the heads-up, Neale.

College Football News

College Football News

The East is simple: The winner of Saturday’s Florida-South Carolina game wins the division and goes on to play in the SEC title game in Atlanta. The West, on the other hand, is a mess: All six teams have a mathematical chance of winning the division and reaching the championship game. Florida seems to be

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