How many minutes/hours (average) do you currently commute between home and work (for $; one way; no rain and snow)?Submitted by ant on Tue, 02/15/2005 - 12:04am. Personal | Transportation/Travel | Work
Two funny cartoons were posted from this Broadband Reports' security forum. They were shots of frustrating moments with computers:
Viral Videos posted a batch of new funny TV commercials/spots/advertisements today. Boy, there are too many! I don't like it when there are so many to see in one day. There was only four I liked:
BusinessWeek Online's article says retailers and manufacturers are tailoring their products and marketing accordingly because women buy half of all consumer electronics.
Yahoo! News report there's more to a kiss than meets the lips, as couples are learning at a kissing school in Seattle. Psychotherapist Cherie Byrd, 56, got the idea for teaching kissing classes while dating a man who was a horrible kisser. She teaches the art and craft of kissing to other couples. Since 1998, more than 500 couples have paid $275 to learn Byrd's secrets for giving or receiving a passionate kiss.
Here is an amusing cartoon for Valentine's Day and dates related to emoticons.
Yahoo! News' story says online tax filing will be free temporarily...
This Dilbert cartoon tells you to let the boss deal with the problem if one accidently deletes the databases and back ups. However, don't over do it like this intern.
CNN reports that a weak El Nino and human-made greenhouse gases could make 2005 the warmest year since records started being kept in the late 1800s. This was reported by NASA scientists said this week. While climate events like El Nino -- when warm water spreads over much of the tropical Pacific Ocean -- affect global temperatures, the increasing role of human-made pollutants plays a big part.