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Amnesia is moving to it’s own domain!

I’ve got some great news! Amnesia is moving!

Please update your bookmarks and links to:


 I will not be updating this website any longer, so please come to the new site!



March 4, 2007 at 2:06 pm Leave a comment

Weekend Assignment #154: Your Car or Your Computer?

Weekend Assignment #154: Your Car or Your Computer? :  John Scalzi says that you must choose between the car — beloved icon of American greatness and freedom — and the computer — the defining machine of the 21st century. If you choose the car, you do not get to touch a computer again, except for basic work-related purposes at work. If you choose the computer, no more personal wheels for you. And for those of you in a two-car family, there’s none of this “oh, I’ll just ride in my spouse’s car” stuff: Any rides you bum have to be outside your immediate family. Similarly, no using the spouse’s or kid’s computers, and those of you with super-enabled cell phones will henceforth use them only for phone calls. No Web-browsing, e-mail or text messaging. See, now it’s gotten harder, hasn’t it?


I would choose my computer. No questions. Here are the specs that I bought and built:

AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ Dual-Core 512K

Asus CROSSHAIR nForce 590 SLI Audio/GB-LA

2 GB DDR Memory

ATI 1900 xtx video card

Soundblaster X-FI Extreme

SENNHEISER|PMX200 RTL headphones — awesome sound quality

19 Inch LCD Flat Panel Monitor

Apevia Case (black one pictured to the right)


March 2, 2007 at 12:47 pm 3 comments

Penny-Arcade Today

Sony really wants to make sure you really want to buy their online product.

Personally, I love the way Gabe captures the expressions of both the kid who’s trying to buy the game, vs. the fat and stupid man representing Sony’s online commerce. If you haven’t checked out Penny-Arcade yet, this is a great site to get neat gaming reviews and overly opinionated and intelligent banter on the latest geeky trends.

Enjoy and remember what Jesus says:


March 2, 2007 at 11:52 am Leave a comment

Stephen Hawking, Black Holes and Super Colliders

Three articles I’ll link right off the bat:

Stephen Hawking in Space

Black Holes, they never get dirty

Anyone missing a 19.2ton magnet?

Would one of the greatest minds on earth put his life at risk to experience space travel? Unless drastic changes are made in our ability to lift humans into space without all the thrust and G forces, Hawking would most certainly be hurt upon his ascent into the heavens. If anything, someone would have to introduce a pressure suit to stabilize his head and chest while keeping an eye on other vital functions just to survive the initial lift-off. While trained astronauts can take the pressures of 3Gs, someone with Hawking’s condition would have difficulty breathing, not to mention a slew of cardiac and joint problems.

While he may be going on Zero Gravity’s flight with trained doctors and available medical equipment, Hawking’s dream to break the atmospheric barrier might be crushed if we can’t devise a better space shuttle. 


March 1, 2007 at 1:48 pm Leave a comment

“Dude, I’m ‘The Todd!'”

If you watch scrubs and you didn’t catch the link on a recent episode, you must explore all the wonders that is ‘The Todd.” If you do, reach up that hand for an Internet Five! Oh Yeah!

Click Me!

Editors note: If you’re slightly homophobic, Todd is sporting just a banana hammock. So beware.

March 1, 2007 at 10:19 am Leave a comment

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