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Google Xed

Seems they took down googlex sometime after I posted about it. Sorry about that.

Here's a mirror.

In case you're wondering here's the google blog post about googlx, there's no real answers, but many opinions at the google group for googlex.

And if you've never seen the real 'google mirror' - check it out.

Tim Lytle [03/25/05 20:29:27] | 1 Comment | Point

Schiavo for Peterson

Sounds like a good trade to me.

Tim Lytle [03/22/05 21:06:16] | 0 Comments | Point

The Shirt

Today I had my first experience wearing the official Sadecky's Puppets shirt. I was at KFC getting something that resembled food (and tasted just like chicken - sorta) when two female employees started asking me questions. Are you a puppeteer? Are you a ventriloquist? Do you have a puppet with you?

I'm glad the answer to that last question was no. Really, perhaps it's someone else's dream to demonstrate how a puppet works to restaurant employees while waiting for your food - but it's not mine.

I guess the shirt might just be a chick magnet - except that they were both somewhere between 30 and 40, and they both had wedding rings on.

Tim Lytle [03/18/05 21:47:36] | 0 Comments | Point

New, Uh, News

Google News is now featuring new 'page customization'.

Now if only they let you add XML feeds from other sources.

But it does let you add keyword based sections. Very cool.

Tim Lytle [03/15/05 22:22:03] | 0 Comments | Point

Less? More?

We all know that less is really more, but google's new xperimental(?) interface is pretty smooth.

Tim Lytle [03/15/05 22:13:10] | 1 Comment | Point

More ANWR

Interesting that the Senator from Alaska supports drilling in ANWR.

[Update: He's also ripping Kerry's letter. A lot.]

Tim Lytle [03/15/05 19:43:18] | 0 Comments | Point

C-SPAN

I'm watching C-SPAN2. It could use some help. Like maybe the C-SPAN politicenter - some commentators might help.

Tim Lytle [03/15/05 19:36:44] | 0 Comments | Point

Save ANWR

Got an e-mail from John Kerry today:

We have only 24 to 48 hours to try and save the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
That's right folks. Somewhere in that 24 to 48 hour range the Bush administration is gonna use ANWR to test the new "make vast areas of land disappear" weapon. It'll all be gone. Poof. Just like that. Save it now!
The Republicans are trying to sneak legislation through the Senate approving oil drilling and they are incredibly close to winning. We have to stop them.
Wow, I hate it when they sneak something through the Senate. It's not like there's a whole cable channel dedicated to covering what happens there.
I am joining with Senator Maria Cantwell (D-Washington) in offering a critical amendment to stop this sneak attack on our environment. We will fight on the floor of the Senate, but we need you by our side.
Okay, John, no one really wants you to help. No really, they don't. Well, you know, I sorta do. Join the fight John. Go for it.
There are seven key Republican Senators whose votes will decide the future of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Senator Specter is one of them. Before they vote, we need to make sure they know that their constituents are watching, and that they will not be able to support drilling without anybody noticing.
A few quick points. Let me get this straight - they're sneaking something through the senate by voting on it? Oh, that's right, you're a Democratic Senator. Your goal in the senate is to avoid voting. Guess that would seem a bit sneaky to you. And who woulda guessed that Specter could be on the fence? Who could see that coming?
The Bush Administration and its oil industry allies want to send a message that they can drill for oil wherever and whenever they want to - even if it means targeting a place as striking, pristine and irreplaceable as the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
But John, you don't care about 'targeting' the striking, pristine and irreplaceable middle east? Has that whole outsourcing thing slipped your mind John? And where else should they target? You sorta have to go where the oil is.
They don't care about putting America on a genuine path to energy independence. If they did, they'd support efforts to increase energy conservation and to create clean, renewable sources of energy that no terrorist can sabotage and no foreign government can seize.
But those are all things that can't be completed in the next 4 years - probably not even the next 10 years. Isn't energy independence about being, well, independent? But you're right - terrorists couldn't ever sabotage a hydrogen fuel cell plant, or somehow shutdown the power to our electric cars. Oh, and I'm sure we'd really have a problem with foreign governments seizing the oil from ANWR. Probably happen all the time.
Let me be very direct with you. It is going to take an immediate and impossible-to-ignore display of grassroots support to stop them. That's why your decision to sign our Cantwell-Kerry Amendment Citizens' Roll Call is so crucial.
John Kerry? Direct? I doubt it. Interesting that Kerry is second billed.
P.S. Senator Cantwell, who comes from a state in the heart of the Pacific Northwest, has - at considerable political risk - courageously stepped forward to join me in leading this fight. We need you to help us win it.
John, it's a considerable political risk for anyone to step forward and join you.

But really, I do sorta agree. ANWR isn't the answer. Think Nuclear.

Tim Lytle [03/15/05 18:46:31] | 1 Comment | Point

Catchy Title

From the title bar of LGF:

ignorance is blix

Tim Lytle [03/07/05 00:54:05] | 3 Comments | Point

Gmail

Want some really easy online storage. Want it mapped as a drive? Well, someone found a way to do that with Gmail. Yup, use your Gmail account as a 'online drive'. Looks pretty cool.

'course there are some limitations. Like only up to 10MB, and you sorta need a Gmail account.

Speaking of that, I have a few Gmail invitations - anyone want one?

[Update: Or you could just go here.]

Tim Lytle [03/04/05 00:01:37] | 47 Comments | Point