Monthly Archives: October 2007

2007 Virginia Catholic Conference Questionnaires

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Clockwise or Counterclockwise

Which way is the dancer spinning? And can you alternate between the two? HINT: Put your hand/GTalk box over the dancer, think whichever way you want it to go, then remove your hand. Best if you can see part of … Continue reading

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WaPo: The Days and Knights of Tom Murphy

In yet another article worth printing off and reading during lunch, here is a snap portrait of one of Washington D.C.’s Tom Murphy: Norowitz volunteered one of his students for a game. The new client was a thin, pale boy … Continue reading

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John Paul the Great Catholic High School

Big ol’ tip of the hat to Jim Riley, who was my first recollection of this name being offered for the Arlington Diocese newest high school. One complaint: it’s not Saint John Paul the Great H.S…. but that will come … Continue reading

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Installing a Dual-Boot with Windows and Ubuntu

Just because… you know… this could come in handy one day. One day, Linux will do games well… and on that day, I will end my Microsoft addiction. Until then, Civ IV plays well on Windows (but hey, I can … Continue reading

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A Second Tech Bubble?

So says the Wall Street Journal: The goofy-names index, for example, is back near its previous high. Consider Orgoo Inc., which helps people organize all their Web communications. Or Zipidee Inc., a purveyor of “digital goods” such as cellphone ring … Continue reading

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Congresswoman Jo Ann Davis

Congresswoman Jo Ann Davis passed away this morning at the age of 57. When my grandmother passed away from cancer, Jo Ann sent me a very tender note then. I remember that today. Please pray for her family and her … Continue reading

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Today's Web 3.0 Nonsense Blogstorm

Since most folks can’t even get Web 1.0 right, I proudly (note the sarcasm) introduce you to the next big wave — Web 3.0! Woo doggie. Get on board before we invent Web 2590.0.1.3 w/ mod.

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Patrick Ruffini: Kos Traffic Numbers Inflated by 60%

…and before you go “HA!”, realize this isn’t the fault of Kos, but rather the inherent imprecsion of SiteMeter. Of course, Ruffini doesn’t let some folks entirely off the hook: Why does this matter? Because if someone uncovered a 60% … Continue reading

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Moleskine Hacks

Yes America, you too can hack your moleskine notebook. In other news, moleskines can indeed be hacked. Now where (oh where) have I seen this idea before?

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