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Category Archives: Jabberwocky

Video Tutorials: just because you can, doesn’t mean you should

I’m sorry, this is pretty much a rant. To all the sites that think video tutorials are a good thing: please rethink this. When people need a tutorial they need something they can follow along with step by step. Often times I want to come back and just read one part of it again. Or, […]

July 9, 2009 | Jabberwocky, Life | 1 comment

Quick thought for the day

Do you think that tattoo artists would lose a significant amount of business if they all refused to tattoo drunk people? Update: How about the link that prompted this post. She had to be drunk. Really. Could she have been sober?

September 7, 2008 | Jabberwocky | 1 comment

We finally got our xBox 360

I had been telling myself for the longest time, with the help of Andy, of course, that I could hold off on buying an xBox 360 until Halo 3 came out. But then there was Gears of War. Truly addictive, very fun, and bloodier than hell.

November 12, 2006 | Jabberwocky | 6 comments

Quote of the day

"I was not trained as a politician or a think tank guy or anything else, I was trained to consider all possibilities." Former Secretary of State Colin Powell on differences between him and the Bush Administration (Source)

September 30, 2006 | Jabberwocky | Comments Off on Quote of the day

Just what is a half question?

I’ve been profiled. I have no idea how this business started or even what effect it will have on me in the long run but here it is over at Tom’s site. I still wanna know who called me old and creepy. Oh, and Tom, looks like the copy / paste missed some spaces and […]

June 11, 2005 | Jabberwocky | 6 comments

NHL is shooting itself

So ESPN reports that it is not picking up its $60M option to retain some exclusive rights for next years hockey season. It has declined further comment but promises a clarification in the coming week. I don’t like it. No matter how you look at it, from the player’s side or the owner’s side, there’s […]

May 29, 2005 | Jabberwocky | 3 comments

Temporary Email Addresses

I don’t normally comment on something that should be posted to the links section but this seemed worth writing about. Pookmail is service that offers temporary email addresses. Any emails sent to that temporary address will be forwarded to an address that you specify when signing up. The address expires 24-hours after creation. This is […]

May 26, 2005 | Jabberwocky | 2 comments

That there musical baton thingy-ma-bob

Well, surprisingly enough I got passed the musical baton that’s been making its way around teh intarweb. It started out that Joey was passing it to me as a stolen item but then this John Oxton character went and made it official ;p. I have to admit that there was a sense of fun associated […]

May 19, 2005 | Jabberwocky | 8 comments

New Pope

Am I the only one who couldn’t care less? Probably not, but still, I sometimes feel like I am. I wrote and rewrote this post many times because each time I started to ramble and my disdain for the church comes out each time.

April 19, 2005 | Jabberwocky | 3 comments

Netflix is evil

Damn, ever since we’ve gotten Netflix we’ve been renting movies that we wouldn’t normally have watched.

February 27, 2005 | Jabberwocky | 2 comments

Get it while its hot!

The newest scoop on the Lion, The Witch & the Wardrobe. I really can’t wait to see this especially since WETA is doing the costumes. In case you don’t know, WETA did the makeup and characters for the Lord of the Rings trilogy. I would be a nice guy and mirror this but the damn […]

February 24, 2005 | Jabberwocky | 6 comments

Damn Dictionaries

I don’t claim to have the widest vocabulary on the planet, but I do have a decent range of words that I can readily use. That said – I had to look up quandary the other day to get the correct spelling. In doing so I noticed something stupid in the definition.

January 30, 2005 | Jabberwocky | 3 comments

Florida Appeals Court to FOX News: It is OK to lie!

As it turns out the Florida Court of Appeals ruled that news organisations are not bound by law to truthfully report stories they air. In a ruling last year, the Florida Court of Appeals awarded 24.3 Billion dollars in damages and compensation to FOX News when it overturned a previous ruling that held FOX News […]

November 11, 2004 | Jabberwocky | 2 comments