w00t! :) Here’s more history on Peanut Butter Jelly Time. And here’s a link to the original source flash file. :)
Anyone who knows me knows I get a boatload of email, and of course, insane amounts of spam. The last time I tracked it, I had something like half a million pieces of it myself in a calendar year – so I see a lot of it. Given I do professional work in email, I […]
I get a lot of spam. In 2005, I got just under half a million pieces of it myself at my work email account. So I would like to think I am familiar with it. Each morning I download my 500 or so pieces of the stuff that have built up since the time I […]
You know with the real flood of email I get (about half a million pieces in 2005 alone), every once in awhile something happens that make me laugh about it. The other day I was looking through my spam, and saw this. It just struck me funny. Spammers use bots to insert names and phrases […]
Check out the image below. It’s a screen dump from my mail client, Pegasus Mail. This is the copy of the program I use at work. I use it at home as well, but this is my office copy only. Specifically, I want you to check out the number of emails in the sent folder. […]
Here’s another one from the “disturbing information about the electronic age” department.. Apparently, if you have about $100, you can pay a website and have them get a log of outbound phone calls from a cel phone. That’s fairly annoying. I’m usually not one to go around waving the “privacy” banner, because I feel that […]
I normally don’t go for these things, but since I haven’t had a blog update in awhile, I thought I’d do this. I picked it up off of Laura Swisher’s Blog. Laura was the Co-host of “Unscrewed” from TechTV (later G4/TechTV until G4 killed off all the good shows from TechTV). Anyway.. 1. What time […]
I’m from Philadelphia, and I know the politics there fairly well. I can’t imagine my old town is at the forefront of a move to bring either free/dirt cheap wireless internet to all. Check out this plan – it’s quite amazing. Although since it is government issued, one would have to think it would get […]
The Onion is always got a bunch of funny stuff, but this link is particularly funny on what might happen if one’s parental units would discover your blog. Thanks V.
I think this spam I’ve gotten a few of over the last few weeks is one of the most “out there” (har har) spams I’ve gotten. Once I finish saving up for the piece of the Brooklyn Bridge, I’ll get right on this.