Monthly Archives for August 2003
I went ahead and installed some new toys this weekend. First, I (finally) added that 60GB hard drive that I got with my Dell coupon for $20. Quite a deal I'd say. I also added an HP DVD Writer (DVD300i) … Continue reading
In one game, FSU answered every question I had for the past 11 months. The Seminoles are back. FSU drilled the Tarheels last night at UNC…and so it begins. This was FSU's first opening day shutout since 1993 and that … Continue reading
Props to Christine :: Who are those queers? I love these guys. I think NBC is going to over-expose them and ruin it like ABC did to Millionaire, but these guys are … faboo.
Labor Day Weekend Update: Friday, 1:38am – Josh is drunk and has poop on his boot. The weekend is off to a terrific start, indeed.
CNN has a story today on how RIAA tracks downloaders. There are some pretty interesting details. We all know that they could run down your IP address and track your username, but what else does the RIAA do? …the industry … Continue reading
I've died and gone to Heaven. That's the only explanation that seems to fit. How else can you explain 38 college football games coming up this weekend? 38 televised games. 38. XXXVIII. I've got the Tivo's fired up and we're … Continue reading
Last year, Robyn, Todd & I had some heated discussions regarding college football. This year, Todd is helping me take those feelings to the magical land where college football rules everyday: Fanblogs.com. Does that mean I'm above throwing down the … Continue reading
News.com is now covering my previous story on the new Samsung Tivos.
Seems that Comcast is keeping the damn cable internet running long enough to allow me to post, so here goes: Beginning at midnight (central daylight time) on Labor Day, FX will re-run the entire second season of 24. The episodes … Continue reading
Just wanted to say thank you to everyone for stopping by over the past 169 days or so. Although I've been blogging for a couple of years, I really think this is the fastest I've ever gotten to 100,000 hits. … Continue reading