This site is currently broken

Saturday, December 25, 2004

Harold Benjamin

wellness community

posted by roj at 8:33 am  

Saturday, December 25, 2004


it’s a small thing, but it’s a great thing too. gokurousama from imorpheus to people that do things for which we should all be thankful.

i’ve been very out of the loop lately (and the backlog here is just intimidating now, but i think this is worth a pointer. go, smile, think about the point of all this for a second, and then get back to your regularly scheduled festivities.

[via joi]

posted by roj at 3:43 am  

Friday, December 24, 2004

Gretchen Bender

film art

posted by roj at 8:37 am  

Thursday, December 23, 2004

give a little – vpp wishlist

it is the holiday season, for most people, at least, and with that spirit of giving and sharing going around (and the spirit of capitalism in the shopping centers), i thought i’d direct your attention to the venture philanthropy partners wishlists.

vpp is run by good people (i can’t say i know mario morino all that well, but we’ve run into each other a couple times), and these are all ways to make a difference, on a personal-scale.

so, if you’ve got some money to go shopping, or if you already have something on this list and don’t need it anymore… consider putting it to work….

posted by roj at 1:23 pm  

Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Frank ‘Son’ Seals


posted by roj at 11:25 pm  

Tuesday, December 21, 2004

get those video games on your resume

the wall street journal says the faa will be hiring some 12, 000 air traffic controllers, 1000 per year, starting in 2006.

i didn’t dig deep enough to find out what the job qualifications are… but i imagine your video game experience is a good start.

posted by roj at 7:57 am  

Sunday, December 19, 2004

Princess Kikuko

progressive royalty

posted by roj at 10:14 pm  

Saturday, December 18, 2004

Seymour Melman

economics of peace

posted by roj at 2:32 pm  

Wednesday, December 15, 2004

missile defense abortion

ow that the system is live, despite concerns over the approach, that we’re still making progress toward a missile defense for north america…

U.S. missile defense test fails [reuters, december 15, 2004]

The first test in nearly two years of a multibillion-dollar U.S. anti-missile shield failed on Wednesday when the interceptor missile shut down as it prepared to launch in the central Pacific, the Pentagon said.

About 16 minutes earlier, a target missile carrying a mock warhead had been successfully fired from Kodiak Island, Alaska, according to a statement from the Missile Defense Agency.

The aborted $85 million test appeared likely to set back plans for activation of a rudimentary bulwark against long-range ballistic missiles that could be fired by countries like North Korea.

no word on the operating system used for the interceptor missile. shutdown, restart or log off?

posted by roj at 9:26 am  

Wednesday, December 15, 2004

Joseph Beyrle

western front, eastern front

posted by roj at 6:49 am  
« Previous PageNext Page »

Powered by WordPress