September 17, 2005

The Rugby Reader's Review Images, humor, history, and essays about rugby. more inside

June 13, 2005

Curious George: Help me find these songs... This has been bugging me for a while, and I just can't find the answer... more inside

June 07, 2005

Mundane SF "The undersigned, being pissed off and needing a tight girdle of discipline to restrain our SF imaginative silhouettes, are temporarily united in the following actions..." more inside

June 05, 2005

NSFW You've got two layers of polo shirts on, popped collars of course. Don't forget the New Balance sneakers with a pair of faux-retro jeans. Something is still missing, though... more inside

March 16, 2005

Curious George: Poison Ivy Within the past two days, poison ivy has started to develop on my hands. Gross details inside. more inside

February 24, 2005

Einstein@Home Einstein@home is a program that uses your computer's idle time to search for spinning neutron stars (also called pulsars) using data from the LIGO and GEO gravitational wave detectors. more inside

January 22, 2005

Curious George: Voice Recognition Software I need your help yet again monkies, but this time on my mother's behalf. more inside

January 16, 2005

Pogmania! "The game of pogs originated in the 1920s on the Hawaiian island of Maui. There dairy workers played the game during breaks using simple milkcaps. Almost 70 years later, a Hawaiian schoolteacher reintroduced the game and mass appeal soon followed." taken from here! more inside

January 14, 2005

Curious George: Where is it legal for me to camp? Over spring break I plan on going camping by myself, but not the normal sort of LL Bean camping... more inside

November 04, 2004

Curious George: Mortal Kombat? When does a situation warrent (legally) self defence? more inside

October 24, 2004

Curious George: How do I go about getting out of my lease? (Fiance + Loto) + (4 x Jerk Roommates) = (Fiance + Loto) x Hating Life more inside

October 17, 2004

Please dial one, the area code, and then the number. Long a feature on the back cover of 2600, a "Hacker" magazine, has been pictures of payphones from around the world. It is pretty interesting when you realize that the US has some of the most low-tech payphones compared to other countries. Even more interesting is that it is illegal to take pictures of payphones in places like Egypt. more inside