Archive for November, 2005

Give a man a phish

Sunday, November 20th, 2005

Well, my sense of invulnerability to the constant email barrage of ebay and online banking phishing scams has eroded tonight. I've won the humiliating scarlet "I" (for Idiot) for being suckered by a (seemingly) new scam that forced me to change my eBay password after realizing I was so ...

Continental drift

Tuesday, November 8th, 2005

A while ago, Sean made this funny typo in an email: "Sorry for the incontinence." It was very unique and hilarious at the time. I blogged about it thinking I was preserving a unique moment. But to my surprise, today I found that there are many references to this very ...

Cultural education

Friday, November 4th, 2005

I rediscovered an old one from Chris: ANIME: Japanese animation. Full of people that look like ^_^ [Ex: I only watch anime with tentacles in it. ]

Link of the day from Josh

Thursday, November 3rd, 2005

The Gallery of Bellydancing Librarians! "But man -- and woman -- do not live by information alone. At night, our gal trades her Birkenstocks for beads and serves her adoring public's entertainment needs with the music and dance of the Middle East."

Keeping up appearances

Thursday, November 3rd, 2005

Even in the midst of the Katrina disaster, fashion reigned supreme: And this one will win your pity for the poor, poor ex-FEMA head: There are more emails here. (mirror link)

Where are they now?

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2005

Friend of mine back in the college days ended up making a name for himself doing Artificial Intelligence programming for video games. Here's an old interview with him I recently found. When we were taking classes together I was always impressed (and admittedly jealous) with how little preparation he needed ...

The reason for fall

Tuesday, November 1st, 2005

Tonight, while we watched the wind blowing leaves off the trees, Iris came up with the perfect explanation for why the leaves were falling: "The trees are mad."