Offtone produces superb content, but this one can’t be missed. Aaron talks of overpopulation, something that has bugged me and something I’ve been meaning to blog about, but he’s beaten me to it and the comments have covered a lot of good points. So, I expect to see you all jumping into the discussion over there.
The google maps pedometer. This thing is wicked cool. You’ll have to unfocus it from Hoboken and zoom into where you are, but once you zoom in to your house and trace everything out, it’s incredible. The distance from my mom’s house to my dad’s is 0.401 miles! I could use this thing all day…
Wordspew 1.1a has URL box capabilities and super easy installation. Enjoy!
A photograph that just begs to be blogged about. Musta been a helluva party. Heh. Probably some delivery truck lost its payload. w00t!
Worth a good giggle is this article about a guy who developed a device that blocks Fox News from reaching your TV. Now, if only this came standard on all televisions…
Microsoft, after a long time has finally decided to tackle the issues of adware and spyware first hand. Microsoft has come out with their own spyware removal/detection software, which also includes active protection against spyware installing itself when browsing the Internet.
It is highly recommended that anyone using Windows 2000 or XP install this software.
If you have a P.C. and browse the Internet you have spyware on your computer. Period. The program is free and works wonderfully. Get this program, or buy an Apple computer.
Note: I have found that this program detects more than Spybot and also has active shielding.