datapimp December 24th, 2001 @ 1:34 am PST
If you’re looking for a really insulting and / or offensive eMail address or web site, look no further than datapimp email and hosting services. The original is still the best. *Note: I actually think anothermartiniplease.com is kind of cool. I don’t like martinis, though. Yech.
Pen-Pen December 24th, 2001 @ 1:27 am PST
And this is Pen-Pen’s web site. No kidding. Really.
Site Still Exists December 24th, 2001 @ 1:21 am PST
Some sites never die
e-Holster December 24th, 2001 @ 1:12 am PST
I’m only somewhat suprised to see that e-Holster is still alive and kicking. I found a two-year-old shortcut to this place and surfed to their site. It looks like they still offer the exact same wacky product that they offered when I created the shortcut. “Is that a concealed weapon?!” “Nope. Just my PDA.”
Sitting Pretty December 24th, 2001 @ 12:16 am PST
*Note to self, to Robyn, and to Todd: Do not ever brag that you are “sittin’ right on top of Jish“! *Special bonus note: Muffed Punt is, in fact, the funniest phrase in all of professional sports.
Themes December 23rd, 2001 @ 2:47 pm PST
So … how do you like this layout? You can now choose from several themes for the page. They are listed in the sidebar. Currently the themes are “Original”, “Holidays”, “Me-Fi”, and “Lost Pages”. Original is what you should get by default. Holidays is red and green. Me-Fi and Lost Pages are tributes to two […]
God December 23rd, 2001 @ 1:15 am PST
Beauty is truth.
Year End Search Stats December 22nd, 2001 @ 6:39 pm PST
With more than 150 million queries per day, Google offers a unique window into what is happening in the world on any given day, as well as a fascinating retrospective on the peaks and valleys of popular culture. It was cool to see that the Beatles ranked #1 in the Most Searched Music Groups this […]
AI December 22nd, 2001 @ 5:38 pm PST
Life began with direct coding on bare, carbon-chemistry hardware, like amino acids and proteins. Higher programming languages, like DNA and RNA, evolved gradually. Computers began in a similar fashion, with programmers coding on to the bare machinery of their circuits. Higher programming languages have followed, each generation more powerful than the last. There is, of […]
Fun with Design December 22nd, 2001 @ 1:52 pm PST
I’ll be doing all sorts of crazy testing stuff here in the next few hours. Like this post for example. Woo! Anything can happen on a wild afternoon in Los Angeles.