Haven’t you ever been naked and then suddenly attacked by babies? This statue is for those who didn’t make it back… or it’s some statue from Norway about something else.
My Daughter has an unfortunate $1/day Sticker Habit. It affects everyone around her, as evidenced by this photo. As with many addicts, she’s become manipulative; as she was applying stickers to my face, she told me “You almost look very beautiful.” This of course made me very self-conscious, willing to do almost anything she wanted to become Truly Beautiful. Before you condemn her, remember: It’s a disease. Not a choice.
I’m home from work sick today. Yes, I’m really sick. But I’m sitting here on my couch and I watched my son take his first steps!
He’s taken a step or two several times, but according to my wife, a stay-at-home mother, this is the first time he’s walked across a whole room. Just thought I’d post about it.
If you’re even slightly geeky, or very socially conscientious, then you’ve probably heard of applications like “Folding @ home,” where your computer’s graphics processor runs complex calculations, simulating how proteins are folded to find solutions for disease & health problems.
This post is a roundup of different apps you can download to effortlessly let your computer contribute to a better world when you’re not using it.
I was struck by how blatantly Microsoft ripped off Google Chrome, a browser I’ve been using since the end of 2008. This is okay with me, because I love Chrome – but if I were Google’s Chrome browser department, I’d probably be upset. That said, I’ll show some examples below of the similarities between the new IE9-Beta & Chrome, Firefox.