Here’s the problem with the self checkout lane at Wal-Mart: they’re slow and inefficient. Scan an item, put it in the bag, wait for it to weigh and verify the item, scan another item. Unless the weight is just ever so sliiiightly off, then its ‘please wait, assistance is on the way’. And don’t even […]
Cleaning out some old bookmarks of mine, ran across the musical bicycle horn video, Emily Pollard’s 24 favorite non-vocal songs, What the Internet Is and How to Stop Mistaking It for Something Else, netghost’s artwork, freaky stereo images, and noticed that Breedart seems to be offline at the moment. And if you’ve never been there, […]
The neighbor in my duplex has 2 sets of windchimes hanging beside her door (and mine), and I’ve always loved to listen to a set of windchimes with a slight breeze in a quiet neighborhood. Although our’s isn’t always such a peaceful place, the day I recorded this it was, and there were even a […]
New CSS layout finished, and, I believe, now working on all pages with most(?) browsers. Layout is now NOT based on the glish layout I tried before. This one is much more simplistic. Shewbox email is fixed and any inquiries/problems with the site can be sent to the address listed in the side bar.
An article on ZDNet Austalia describes the broadband boom in South Korea, and how competition has helped foster that boom.