Category: geek

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*Poke!*

You’re in grave danger of actually getting something done. I’m here to help you with that. Stop not wasting time. Sign in… sign in. MySpace is for strippers that work from home. — “Facebook” After yesterday’s screen shot, this was...

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Facebook Overload, pt. 2

Some of y’all really have too much time on your hands… I think Facebook is a lot of fun, great way to connect with old friends, co-workers, classmates and create new social relationships with people, but these applications are really...

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Taking all the fun out of shaking! Pt. 2

I said it before and I’ll say it again, shaking the martini is part of the fun! The Cocktail Cyclone Portable Drink Mixer: Mix and strain like a professional bartender with this acrylic martini shaker. Fill the shaker with the...

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Here’s a story… of a Human Calendar

This is absolutely adorable. the human calendar® Finally, something that would be a worthy “web desktop” for Windows XP. As someone who frequently has the theme song from The Brady Bunch running through his head, I find this hilarious and...

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You Ganked my Carebear!

I can’t stay silent about this any longer, I have to get this out of my system. It’s something that causes quite the rift in many people I know, and evokes very strong reactions just about anywhere the subject comes...

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Social Net-Waking?

The first sleep and wake up social networking site, where your friends’ alarm messages wake you up! —Sleep.FM I have no idea if it works, how it works, I’m tempted to sign up just because I was talking about being...

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Spinning that wheel for me

Looking for a new job isn’t an issue just for recent college graduates. People who have spent 10 or 15 years in the same careers can often face similar issues and stresses — think burnout, stress or plain-old tedium. Other...

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Wouldn’t you like to be a web developer too?

I’m sure I’ve mentioned in previous posts that I’m not a fan of bureaucracy in the workplace. I just want to come in, do my job, turn in my projects and go home. Generally web team projects don’t get the...

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Move over bacn!

I’m loving the meat based terminology for e-mails these days: Ham: e-mail, sometimes unexpected, that you legitimately want to receive Bacn: e-mail you want, but not right now Spam: unsolicited e-mail that you don’t want Obviously none of us wants...