It probably isn’t a good idea to let people create banners using your corporate logo.
You can go here for a look at some of the signs people have been creating.
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I have become increasingly bored with my format here so I think I am going to try to change things up a bit. The first thing is I usually post everything in the morning and whatever I find later in the day gets posted the following morning. It is time to try posting whenever I get a chance during the day from now on, or until I get bored or too busy to do it. Also, I might change the color of the background. Grey is a bit too depressing. If anybody has any suggestions feel free to give them to me.
To use it, one dials an IP address rather than typing a URL. Dots are entered by pressing a button, external to the dial.
Cool hack but I can’t even remember my cell phone number, nevermind an ip address. In fact I gave someone my cell phone number the other day and had to look up my own number in the call list to remember what it was.
(via Eyebeam reBlog)
“First, a military operation would not be a military operation unless we used an acronym, in this case, Op T.O.F.T.C., or as we say ‘To-FutK’. Essentially we organize, discreetly, single girls to frequent bars and restaurants near military bases and, well, Take One for the Country, with members of the military, especially those about to go overseas”. As McDonough describes it, TOFTC volunteers work in secrecy, “We’re not out there with signs or badges. We are completely covert, you could not tell a TOFTC member from anyone else in the bar, and that is essential to the success of the Op”.
When they say no signs or badges, do they mean other then their website and t-shirts with insignia?
(via Boing Boing)
I have just noticed that Manny Ramirez, the left fielder for my beloved Red Sox, has his own website now.
Welcome to my Official Website, Manny Ramirez.com, a place I have set aside to honor my diehard Red Sox fans, and baseball fans in general. Here, I hope to have the opportunity to interact with my fans more closely, via our Club MR24 Crib [Forum], the newspen, the shout-out page, my game logs, the youth page, my charity endeavors, and in many other ways. In turn, if you visit this site regularly, you will get my inside story and to know me better.
I liked his hitting tips.
Hit it on the ground, in the air or anywhere, but hit the ball as hard as you can. This, in my opinion, is the first thing a young hitter should learn;
Barry Bonds has a website up too. Although his is a bit different. In fact, it looks like it is only up to sell memorabilia and give shout outs. Hmmm might be a good idea to start cybersquatting on some athlete’s names. Ok I just checked. AlexRodriguez.com, DerekJeter.com, NomarGarciaparra.com are all unavailable but for you Yankees fans, www.enriquewilson.com is wide open. Hurry Hurry!!
The secret is in the yeast!
The basic recipe that our family uses is to dissolve 1/8 teaspoon of yeast in a coffee cup of warm water for about 5 minutes. Yeast should be fresh and the water should be about baby bottle warm (98-110 degrees F). Too little yeast will not yield enough carbonation, too much will give the soda a “yeasty” taste and might burst your soda bottles.
(via Pop Culture Junk Mail)
Officially launched on the 1st of August 2003, ‘A Picture’s Worth’ is a personal project that aims to highlight the inspiration that can arise from a photograph and to capture it in the form of words which in turn can reveal the true beauty of a photograph. Ultimately, the project seeks to inspire and enhance captivating story writing and beautiful photography.