On my other blog I’ll be writing a series of articles in November on improving your memory. I’m also giving away a classic book on the subject. It’s bloody easy to win: just head over to Memory Month Contest and post a comment.
I’m launching a new blog today: wondr.net. This won’t replace my current blog which will remain as my personal journal. The content on the new site will be for a wider audience and of a less personal nature. I hope to also have some guest bloggers in the not-too-distant future. So what [...]
Poker: Sharkscope has a real-time updated massive database of the results from online sit-n-go poker tournaments hosted on various sites. Really useful for tracking your own progress, looking for soft games, or getting information about the players at your table. You can do 5 free searches a day without subscribing. I’d love to [...]
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Mozart’s entire musical score now available on the internet
Drastic measures to get out of debt: part 1, part 2. - Pretty amazing story.
XglSnow plugin for Beryl
It’s easier than you might think to calculate the day of the week for a date from September 14th, 1752 (the day the Gregorian calendar was made official in America and England) to the indefinite future.
The days of the week are numbered as follows:
I had a fun and busy weekend with Julie mostly spent preparing for my Halloween party next Friday. I spent about $240 stocking the bar, so you people better show up. There will be a fog machine. What more could you want? I also managed to keep up with the World [...]