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Archive for March, 2006

Looking at one’s own problems…

By on March 31, 2006 in Personal Thoughts

Why do people not look at themselves before throwing hatred at others? Its easy to see your own problems in other people, harder to admit you have those issues yourself. And particularly, easy to attack people who will, of course, believe your venom blindly because you know, they think little of themselves. Must make you […]

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By on March 28, 2006 in Music

All of my hate cannot be found I will not be drowned by your thoughtless scheming So you can try to tear me down Beat me to the ground I will see you screaming Thumbing through the pages of my fantasies Pushing all the mercy down, down, down I wanna see you try to take […]

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Making “Fahrenheit 451” a reality, part 1…

By on March 28, 2006 in Technology

“Panasonic based themselves on this statement to develop an interactive TV wall. Yes, we are talking about a wall… with a touch sensitive screen that has the surface of two 110″ TV’s (you just need a big house or share the TV with your neighbour).” Link: Panasonic’s interactive TV wall, the demo

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How do you tell someone you don’t want their input?

By on March 26, 2006 in Personal Thoughts

No long post about the right answer here. I’ve encountered two different answers and neither qualify as particularly nice or friendly. I don’t think it really can be done and be nice about it. (1) Just ignore them like they aren’t there. (2) Come up with a lame-sounding rationale, (it’s X’s house, not yours (even […]

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Interoperability is a Culture of Piracy?

By on March 22, 2006 in Technology

Apple has criticised a French law that could break the locks tying songs from the iTunes store to iPod players. “If this happens, legal music sales will plummet just when legitimate alternatives to piracy are winning over customers.” “iPod sales will likely increase as users freely load their iPods with “interoperable” music which cannot be […]

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An Unexpected…

By on March 21, 2006 in Technology

Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_PAAMAYIM_NEKUDOTAYIM. You can always count on PHP to give you an unusual parse error and make you think you’re hallucinating. ’cause the first language I expect my errors in is always Hebrew. Really… (For what it is, go here…

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3,000 Dead, 18,000 wounded…

By on March 21, 2006 in Politics

‘ The war against Iraq has cost the US more than 3,000 dead soldiers and 18,000 wounded… The figures are close to those of 11 September with the slight difference that the war in Iraq is still going on… Despite this, President Bush, without any shame, says that the decision to wage war was the […]

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