Friday, August 27, 2004


Operation Snapshot: This web page has been created to help the citizens of Winnipeg who are living in the areas known to be frequented by Sex Trade Workers and their customers. (Note: the real crime? Comic Sans font on grainy, shakey video clips made by officers of the law).

Sunday, August 22, 2004


E-mail: 49¢ songs. Welcome to freedom of choice.

*One Click Later*

Website: We're sorry. This service is currently not available for Mac., I am supposed to think that Apple is somehow being unfair because they want people to use their own store to supply proprietary, legal music to the iPod (their product and current holder of the greatest market share)? People don't seem to realize there is already a choice because you can also import MP3's, WAV and AIFF files, Apple Lossless files, unprotected WMA files and any CDs you have access to into an iPod. You can use services like EMusic that currently sell unprotected MP3s. So, how is Real Networks the great defender of the consumer and champion of the open source movement? There site won't even work on a Mac.

Tuesday, August 17, 2004


You're a Weeble. You Wobble but you Don't Fall
Down. It must be hard getting picked on all
the time and never doing anything about it...

What childhood toy from the 80s are you?
brought to you by Quizilla

Tuesday, August 10, 2004