This /.'s article explains the technical differences between "format c:" and "rm -Rf" commands. Interesting read even though it was technical.
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, let them know how you REALLY feel!! Slap the Candidate's website is the best flash game this month!! and such a young month too!!
Pick a candidate! Go to town!!
Here is an amusing poster lampooning the upcoming US presidential elections. It shows Bush and Cheney boxing Kerry and Edwards.
Dr. Fun says Wi-Fi cards are fun! Click on the image to view a larger one:
RealClearPolitics Poll Averages list shows the last few days of various polls among the U.S. Presidential candidates. The results are very close to each other.
FilePlanet subscribers, get the final stress test before the whole world public does in about a week for open beta. Get ready to rumble, guys!!
According to CNN's story, 5-years old Ashlyn Blocker has a rare disease that does not feel pain. Her parents and kindergarten teachers all describe her the same way: fearless. So they nervously watch her plunge full-tilt into a childhood deprived of natural alarms...
Ashlyn is among a tiny number of people in the world known to have congenital insensitivity to pain with anhidrosis, or CIPA -- a rare genetic disorder that makes her unable to feel pain.
The list of real life costume winners is on World of Warcraft. Some of them are not bad!
11/1/2004 1:48 PM PDT: Worth1000 has the top 41 entries for Monster ModRen 2 contest -- If the renaissance took place in more recent times, and the models were famous movie monsters/aliens, what would the artwork have looked like?
Worth1000.com's Rock On 7 has 23 entries with ordinary images, but now... they rock. Each image takes an ordinary image, preferably a recognizably *non* rockin' one, and make it, well, rock. Basically the goal of this contest is to give boring non-rockstar things a rocking makeover.
This Wired News' article says scientists are devoting big chunks of their careers to finches and canaries. They hope to understand how they manage to be among the only species that learn how to make new sounds.
According to Yahoo! News' article, President Bush's campaign acknowledged Thursday that it had doctored a photograph used in a television commercial to remove the president and the podium where he was standing. The campaign said the ad will be re-edited and reshipped to TV stations...
A group of soldiers in the crowd was electronically copied to fill in the space where the president and the podium had been, aides say. The original photograph shows a sea of soldiers sitting behind the president as he stands at a podium just left of the center of the frame. Bush was speaking at Fort Drum in New York on July 19, 2002.