Reboot.

I haven’t posted anything in a while. This is because I’d been working on moving my server from its old operating system (Fedora) to something new (Gentoo) – and that process took a bit of time. During the transition, I didn’t want to post anything new because, if I did, I’d have to worry about …

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Grammar rules.

In mid-November I sent an email to Nature’s Path’s director of marketing. Nature’s Path is a company that makes organic cereal. They’d started a marketing campaign involving several different posters that talked about their cereal in a “fun” way. On my way to and from work each day, I’d pass by a couple of these …

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What goes around comes around for Sharon Stone.

The latest in “scandal” news is Sharon Stone offhandedly suggesting that the recent earthquake in China might be related to bad karma for that country’s treatment of Tibet – and how it made her cry when she heard about Tibetans helping out Chinese afterwards, despite them having been treated badly. Because, shouldn’t we all do …

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Blu-ray.

I have a problem. After having watched Blu-ray movies on my home theatre system I’m now spoiled. While regular DVDs still look good, Blu-ray discs look even better. This is now preventing me from purchasing any more DVDs – unless I suspect that they might either never be released on Blu-ray, or that their source …

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