Monthly Archives: September 2004

Familiar?

I found this on the Notre Dame home page. Look at that diligent library worker! Nice dictionary 🙂

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Gmail invites

If anyone would like a gmail invite please gmail me at ashkev@gmail.com I have a few to pass out.

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Firefox is the work of Deadly Aliens

From Kevin Pose (someone pretending to be Kevin Rose?). Today I discovered through careful research that the Firefox logo is actually a map pointing to intelligent life in a relatively “nearby” galaxy. Finally we have proof… no, not proof that … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday!

Hello Sweetie :). I hope that you have had a lovely 34th birthday. I know a few things went wrong…..let’s see 1. You had a stomach ache and stayed up nearly all night last night 2. The kids got us … Continue reading

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Compassionate Conservatism

Thursday, September 23, 2004; Page A04 “Congressional negotiators beat back efforts yesterday to expand and preserve tax refunds for poor families, even as they added $13 billion in corporate tax breaks to a package of middle-class tax cuts that could … Continue reading

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I feel a disturbance

The Force CAN have a strong influence on the geek-minded from WWDN

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A9.com Search Engine

There are some cool new features in this offering from our friends at amazon.com. Chief among them is the ability to see the results from several searches simultaneously. i.e. images, Google, IMDB etc. Primarily the results are the same as … Continue reading

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Stump The Librarian

OK, most of you know that I am the “Reference and Web Services Librarian” for the Cass District Library. Well, as I have discussed before, my job actually entails many many things that do not involve reference, or web services. … Continue reading

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Firefox drawing fans away from Microsoft IE

From C-Net News Open-source browsers Mozilla and Firefox have won over a significant number of defectors from Microsoft’s Internet Explorer in the past nine months, Web site metrics suggest. The gains for Firefox, which was released in a version 1.0 … Continue reading

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Solid Food At Last! I am one step closer to world domination!

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