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Tuesday, July 31, 2001

PETA has a new campaign.

The next Bond movie?

What the FUCK!

Monday, July 30, 2001

What really happened.

I think I'm a trading bear. :P

Something like WiFi will be more relevant and useful to us in the future than the last-mile strategy we use now.

Proctor & Gamble's branding strategies.

The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement.

Hahaha. The best parts are the Canadian protestors and the Honolulu Satanism link.

Steve Gibson, now known as the industry huckster and hypster. The Jon Katz of anti-virus.

Max Payne and da Dopefish!

The BSA is full of bs. No, really?

Saturday, July 28, 2001


Jerri from Survivor does a spread for Playboy.

I agree with this NASDAQ chart. Scary!

Friday, July 27, 2001

Gonads and strife!

honda-acura.net hacked. (screenie) efnet.org hacked also. (screenie)

Get Fuzzy is pretty funny. It's no Calvin and Hobbes though.

Let companies name your baby!


The Vanguard News Network, more pathetic and funnier than CapAlert.

Thursday, July 26, 2001

The Bandit Queen was murdered.

This guy must be feeling like he did something to piss off God.

If you can read this...

Hitachi is ditching CRT screens.

Wednesday, July 25, 2001

Howard Stern is perhaps finally trying to put together a site. Watch the vid of Stuttering John and AJ Benza getting into a scuffle.

Arguing on the Internet.

What the fuck?

Tuesday, July 24, 2001


Gynecologist changes story.

Monday, July 23, 2001

Understanding the Japanese economic collapse and what might happen in the US.

The connection between Calvin & Hobbes and Fight Club.

Screwed by your broker.

First, video games made you commit murder. Now they make you brighter. All this, but do most still make money? No. :P

Sunday, July 22, 2001

I don't know why I should care.

Become a master of LLAP-GOCH.

Saturday, July 21, 2001

Should he commit suicide or not?

From the good ol' days of the Internet. Blood, Hair and Nudity Mix '98.

Friday, July 20, 2001

Most popular MP3 software from download.com.

Surprise. Napster users relocate.

How to impress your date.

PlayStation 3 preview.

The NBA analysts and talking heads had you believe Chris Webber was going elsewhere, even Indiana. Yeah right. Webber re-signs with Sac! I didn't doubt.

Mark Cuban fucking owns.

The Webby Award winners.

Thursday, July 19, 2001

Code Red worm hype. Technical report.

Following an earlier story, boycottadobe.com.

Steve Jobs disappoints.

Bid on his virginity.

I aced the TV theme song quiz. Loser.

Motherboard beep codes.

It doesn't seem so unrealistic.

Something tells me this won't work.

Wednesday, July 18, 2001

Hahahaha. Women don't discriminate.

Oy! Conservative speaks out regarding Chinese Olympic athletes.

Microsoft tweaks WPA (where you can only activate one copy of WinXP once per computer) in an attempt to make something that's inherently crazy more palatable to the real world.

Mess with the best, die like the rest. :P

Afro required.

Cheney has a $186k electricity bill and the Navy is paying for it. Come on fellow Americans, let's make our Rosie Riveter posters asking all patriots to conserve!


Crazy Japanese.

Tale of a junk bond king. "From which sad story we may draw a simple conclusion: when companies are controlled by money men from Wall Street, their own interests are not necessarily the same as those of the company or its other shareholders -- and when big money is up for grabs, you can imagine who will prevail."

Adobe gets Russian hacker arrested.

MTV's TRL Top 10. ...

Tuesday, July 17, 2001

To see how far Napster has come is amazing. Now it's not even going to serve up MP3 files.

Monday, July 16, 2001

Missing dog's head.

Some poetry.

This sort of shit is why I won't be going to India any time soon.

Modern literary criticism today.

Doesn't matter which industry you're in, if you're a big boy, you're never held accountable.

Why my kids will laugh at me.

Okay, so maybe the virtual Internet isn't just around the corner yet.

This is so right. Most the crap people bitch about Microsoft for is unimportant. What they REALLY care about is much more insidious.

Sunday, July 15, 2001

Get Off the Bull Train: Quote for Quote, the Chartist Locks Horns.

Preparing for the long bear market. The long, hard road.

Jon Katz reviews Final Fantasy. Ughhh. A user comment: "Katz hates it? Then I gotta go see it... it should be great."

Satellite Surveillance.

Friday, July 13, 2001

Columbine Highschool Massacre mod for Half-Life.

Before and after Twinkies.


BootySmack didn't like Final Fantasy.

Cat had 'troubled' past.

Sign of the times: SF restaurants.

Afghanistan bans the Internet. "Cyberspace deemed 'wrong' and 'against Islam'"

You know you're taking it up the ass when you say, "Metallica has taken a courageous stand and a tough and principled approach to the protection of its name and creative output, and that of other artists. They brought to our attention essential artists' rights issues which we've addressed in our new technology." From IRC: "tell em to quit bitching and make another album so we can ripp it off"

Roger Ebert's review of A.I.

I don't see him. Do you?

Spiderman trailer rawks. But why the Matrix soundtrack song?

Old but good. Sex tips for geeks.

Thursday, July 12, 2001

Rich New Yorkers being irresponsible and amusing.

Black slang.

Can WinXP Product Activation be reverse engineered?

No one wants efnet.

Need to Know.

This is what happens when a jerkass ircop and jerkass DOSer lock horns. Frigging efnet is fuckin fucked!

Actors CAN do anything they want to.

Wednesday, July 11, 2001

Disney plagiarizes.

MoFos, attourneys at law! We some bad mutha fuckas.

Still Some Life in the Trenches: Daytraders Sound Off.

Why Harry Potter will fail. :P

[from camworld.com] "Late last week while walking down 7th Avenue in Brooklyn I noticed a lot of red-and-white stickers plastered all over manhole covers and sewer drains. They looked very official. Only upon closer inspection do you realize that they say 'Spraying for Sewer Lizards' and feature a URL: www.sewer-alert.org. Rudimentary research shows that the domain name sewer-alert.org is registered to the Sci-Fi Channel. Apparently, it's some kind of promotion for a new series called The Chronicle. Update: readers have reported that these stickers and flyers are all over the Upper West Side as well."

Lowtax @ somethingawful.com decides to try again and review Anarchy Online.

From the minds of CremeSavers bowling: slap-shot hockey.


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