Archive: June 2007

“Toast” “Hmm?” “Toast.” “As in, unraw bread?” “If you like.” “Okay. Why are you talking about toast?” “Because in the entire history of everything, I couldn’t think of anything to start off this article with apart from the word ‘Toast’.

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It’s very dark. A door opens a little bit, spilling a glass of light down the stairs to pool on the floor, activating a defence system that is as ancient as it is broken. “This is a test” it announces,

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Photosynth is an interesting new way of viewing photos It’s by Microsoft, so it requires Windows, but it works fine in Firefox. Enjoy. If you are in any way tempted to grief about any aspect of the above sentence, feel

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Current Playlist: “Those you should play” = ((Rating == null) OR ( (Rating > 2) AND (Last_played_in_full > 30 Days) AND (Last_skipped > 14 Days ) ) Dynamic playlists FTW. table.lfmWidget20070613113604 td {margin:0 !important;padding:0 !important;border:0 !important;}table.lfmWidget20070613113604 tr.lfmHead a:hover {background:url(http://panther1.last.fm/widgets/images/en/header/chart/weeklyartists_regular_blue.png) no-repeat

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If you install desktop, iGoogle, dashboard or whatever widgets, be really careful about what they do, especially for things that you give your usernames and passwords to. For example, this facebook Dashboard widget asks for your facebook username and password,

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