I would love to have some cool airbrushed notebook like the ones in here. Smooth Creations mods notebooks but the work doesn’t come cheap: the paint alone costs around US$50, the labour will set you back US$300-500.
When I was a student I took one week airbrush course and I can tell that price doesn’t sound very expensive. It’s really difficult and slow to make it.
The Alaskan Alpine Club have made awesome Ice Structures using just water and strategically placed pipes. Maybe I should do the same next time I am visiting in Finland.
This picture tells it all.
You would think that in five years you would archived something but that is not true. Well, at least when I look a page I made 5 years ago in agony for Vignette. Nowadays I am still working with buggy software; platform and bugs have just changed.
PC World has ranked the best products in 2005
Here are few picks
1. Mozilla Firefox Web Browser
Yep, Absolute best browser
2. Google Gmail Web Mail
First GMAIL was strange but now I can’t live without it
16. Google Search Engine
Some said Microsoft tries to be Internet but I think Google is Internet… scary…
26. Ubuntu Linux 5.04
32. Adobe Photoshop CS2
Well, not really sure if this should be on list but anyway this is my pen/paper
34. Apple ITunes
And I though I never change WinAmp to ITunes… But then came podcasting.
38. Valve Half-Life 2
Best game no doubt…
My source of info (aside google of course)
76. Google Desktop Search
GDS is nowdays my sourcecode library with Larry’s anyfile indexer -extension this tool is great for indexing sourcecode.
Ensure a job for life ;-)
This is in on every programmers MUST read list, totally hilarious :D http://thc.org/root/phun/unmaintain.html
I am living in Denmark and I see very often variable names written in Danish so I was discussing with my friend JODE that perhaps we should start to name our variables in Finnish just to make code even more intresting to bebug.
Nokia has started the sales of its Debian based Internet Tablet. This is something I need. Too bad is almost 100? more expensive than PSP.
Weight – 230 g
Dimensions ? 141x79x19 mm
Powered by Linux operating system
Touchsreen with 800×480 pixels and 65K colors
128 MB of flash memory
Slot for RS-MMC cards
Bluetooth 1.2 and USB
Support of MP3, MPEG4-AAC, WAV, AMR, MP2, JPEG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, PNG, Animated GIF, SVG-tiny, ICO, MPEG1, MPEG4, Real Video, H.263, AVI and 3GP files.
Best Cities in the world in 2005 according World-wide quality of life survey by Mercer.
1/2 Geneva, Zurich*
3/4 Vancouver and Vienna*
5/6/7 Frankfurt, Munich and Düsseldorf*
8/9/10 Bern, Copenhagen, and Sydney*
Looks like Switzeland is a good place to live but overall European cities score well.
Luxembourg ranks as the world?s top city for personal safety and security, according to a quality of life survey by Mercer Human Resource Consulting. Luxembourg is followed by Helsinki, Bern, Geneva, and Zurich which take joint second place.
Based on The Political Compass I am
– Economic Left/Right: -4.50
– Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -5.33
Which puts me on the map between Gandhi, Dalai Lama and Nelson Mandela. I never though I would be so near to Dalai Lama and Gandi on my political views. Maybe I should shave my head and start vegetarian…
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