Archive for: July, 2009
Its almost like making ice cream! Well, sort of… 🙂
How to determine the number of M&M’s in a jar…
How to eliminate driving blind spots by readjusting your mirror:
For years, we’d been setting our side-view mirrors so that they gave us a view of the back corner of our cars. This is the way it’s been done for generations – from grandfather, to father, to us! But we finally discovered something very interesting. The back corner of the car never moves. It always stays in the same exact place. So there’s really no reason to keep an eye on it.
By moving the side mirrors farther out, you can line up all three of your mirrors so they have minimal overlap — and you can see everything behind you and beside you.
This is the most insane display of drumming on a video game I’ve ever seen… and the ending is just painful to watch.
Google just rolled out a blackberry app for Google voice:
Google Voice gives you one number for all your phones, voicemail as easy as email, and lots of cool calling features like voicemail transcripts, call screening and blocking, conference calling and more.
http://www.google.com/mobile/products/voice.html#p=blackberry or go to m.google.com/voice on your phone’s browser.
This is awesome, I’m totally getting one for my shop!
I’m a night owl – and proud of it! 😀
It’s very difficult for a night owl to become a morning person
You may know I’m a car nut… with that said, you may find it odd that I want to own neither of these cars… The F1 doesn’t have enough tech in it, and the Veyron I find boring despite its amazing stats. [shrug]
Regardless, this is a great video. 😀
This guy is like my long-lost brother!
What you see above is the home of one Mr. Lee Si-kap, a farmer in rural South Korea, who is said to have the most operational satellite dishes in the whole country—85, which net him over 1500 channels.
Kids, don’t try this at home…
I’ve been having issues with Flash videos (youtube, etc) freezing off and on for awhile… this only happens in Firefox (Internet Explorer works fine).
After doing some research, I found that this problem happens in all versions of firefox including the Linux version. The quick fix that seems to work is to disable Java by going to Tools -> Options -> Content -> Disable Java. This method appears to work.
Further research revealed that upgrade to the new Flash 10 engine should also fix the problem and you can leave Java enabled… so I tried this and it works!
Here’s the link to the new Flash 10 package: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/