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April 29th, 2005

Oðblgshezi is a “language” made from words you can type (upside down) on a calculator

calculator alphabet

Props to the single-color people.

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April 29th, 2005

Big Brass Blog: What makes a Woman?

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April 28th, 2005

Michael Paulukonis’s GreenZap Site

Introducing GreenZap.

The fun, fast, simple way for people to spend, send, receive, do just about anything with money, online. GreenZap can be used to purchase goods on E-bay, Yahoo, Craig’s list, or any number of other consumer-driven sales sites. GreenZap can also be used to simply zap green to a friend electronically, or have green quickly zapped to you.

GreenZap is set up to capture a large percentage of the existing online spending community. It‘s for anyone including all of the frustrated online spenders who, for the ? rst time, have a legitimate alternative to turn to when it comes to owning an online spending account.

Everyone will be opening a GreenZap account. It’s FREE and once they do, they’ll be rewarded with $25 in their account, just for signing up.

Let the zapping begin!

Plus, there’s a $5 referral fee. Will this go anywhere? Who knows.

My referral code is OtherMichael. See what happens.

Is it a Scam?????

Rant, Scam Newsletter report, and a casino BBS-thread.

A lot of the complaints no longer seem accurate, like “no privacy policy,” “No registration,” etc.

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April 28th, 2005

no tv for me, either

It’s TV TURNOFF WEEK this, uh, week. I’m heading to Philly for a performance on Saturday… See you there!

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April 28th, 2005

Home of Houdini Museum, 8 letters

03/22/2005 – By Matthew Kemeny STAFF WRITER

If you thought the city of Scranton has already gotten its fill of publicity as the setting for the soon-to-air sitcom “The Office,” think again.

“Scranton” or “S-C-R-A-N-T-O-N” was the answer to the 23 Across clue of the New York Times Sunday Crossword puzzle, titled, “Home of the Houdini Museum.

Officials at the museum, 1433 N. Main Ave., say since Monday they’ve gotten 50 to 60 calls — mostly from out-of-towners — about the clue.

“They want to know if that’s the right answer for the puzzle,” museum administrator Penny Wilkes said. “Then they say, ‘I didn’t know this was in Scranton. This is cool.'”

However, the museum did get one caller who admitted growing up in Scranton but still not knowing about the museum.

Before hanging up, some callers pledged to visit the museum, which honors famous magician Harry Houdini, Ms. Wilkes said.

Administrator John Bravo said he believes they will come.

“There’s great interest in Houdini,” he said. “We get people from all over the world.”

pop.art

April 28th, 2005

British pop-artist Sir Eduardo Paolozzi dies.

I should put up some more pictures or something, but I’m already behind schedule. I like Paolozzi’s work a lot. Sure, Pop, I suppose; but with some sort of barbaric raw edge to it.

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April 28th, 2005

ashes to ashes; space-dust to space-dust

No, I don’t know what it is. Found in the album of DVD Burner.

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April 26th, 2005

Scranton Times Tribune – 04/26/2005 – Artist community plan rolls ahead

SCRANTON — Plans to develop a downtown artist community that will act as another economic development tool in the city’s revitalization are moving a step forward.

Scranton Tomorrow, city officials and Minneapolis-based Artspace Projects today will announce that Artspace has agreed to build the 35- to 40-unit community, said Paul Colaiezzi, Scranton Tomorrow executive director. Financing, location and other details will be developed with the assistance of committees drawn from local residents, he said.

The nonprofit Artspace, which has been developing affordable work and living spaces for artists across the country since 1979, completed market and feasibility studies for the project that showed interest from 174 artists within a 150-mile radius.

Mr. Colaiezzi said local developers were approached. While supportive, none would take on the project.

easter.art

April 25th, 2005

The Art of Andy Maluche: The cross we have to bear

We mingled with the crowd. They were the usual guys, a few Roman soldiers and a bunch of hooded guys flagellating themselves, the sort you see every day.

Everybody was just hanging around, slowly moving in the general direction we were heading to as well. The hooded guys swung a bunch of bamboo sticks attached to a rope around themselves. After a few minutes somebody with a wooden paddle in his hand started to hit some of those guys on the back with a couple of short jabs. Right away they started to bleed profusely. As I found out the paddle has nine very sharp metal disks attached to it. With blood running down their backs they resumed to whip themselves with those bamboo sticks attached to a rope and thus spreading the blood all over their backs and basically over everything else in their proximity. Like for example all over this friendly narrator who apparently went too close to get some details shots. It took me a while to realize that I was being redecorated with sprinkles of bright red blood. I looked like I had slaughtered a chicken by biting it’s head off. Blood was everywhere. Even coconuts, balloons and little, brightly colored chicks that were being sold at the side of the road were covered in it.

Between every picture I took I had to wipe blood off my lens.

Soon I learned to keep my distance. After all I am a professional and as such, a little friendly advice for you: If seeing blood makes you feel a little woozy, may I suggest an alternative choice of spending Good Friday like for example an egg hunt or something involving fluffy bunnies.

Andy lives in the Phillipines, where they celebrate Easter a bit differenty than they do in the U.S.

Or much of anywhere else, for that matter.

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April 25th, 2005

PIXELSURGEON reviews Autechre’s Untitled.

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April 23rd, 2005

angermann2
is an… interesting looking blog, with some interest in maps.

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April 21st, 2005

House of Stairs ( or whatever it’s called) is eating my brain.

don't blink

Or what passes for my brain, these days.

twins.art

April 21st, 2005

Frank Hudec would like you to watch both Psychos at once.

psycho times two

time.art

April 19th, 2005

Tribe.net is Undergoing Maintenance

Tribe.net is undergoing maintenance right now. We apologize for the inconvenience and will have you back online shortly.

Thanks for your patience.
– The Tribe.net Team

Tribe.net has picked, yet again, an interesting time to do their update: 7:30am PST — in other words, mid-day on the East Coast.

They continue to remain baffled as to why their user base is still so heavily concentrated around San Francisco.

Here’s a tip: when my company has a significant roll-out, they do it on the weekend or overnight. Not when it’s most convenient for the upgrade team.

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April 18th, 2005

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April 18th, 2005

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Does that make any sense to you? It’s kind of muddled. Look, there’s a series of things that cause the — like, for example, benefits are calculated based upon the increase of wages, as opposed to the increase of prices. Some have suggested that we calculate — the benefits will rise based upon inflation, as opposed to wage increases. There is a reform that would help solve the red if that were put into effect. In other words, how fast benefits grow, how fast the promised benefits grow, if those — if that growth is affected, it will help on the red.

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April 18th, 2005

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April 15th, 2005

Practice What You Preach PAC

Practice What You Preach believes that the institution of marriage is under assault in Texas from the twin epidemics of divorce and domestic violence. We are not a gay-rights group. We are mainstream, straight Texans who want the legislative leadership to stop making cheap political points by ignoring real problems.

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It is a hypocritical charade to say that HJR 6, a constitution amendment to ban same-sex marriages already illegal under state law, would do anything to help marriage. The Texas legislature needs to practice what it preaches and focus on the real threats to marriage.

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April 15th, 2005

Just a friendly reminder…..please make sure all containers, glasses etc. used in the microwave are “microwaveable safe”.

Thanks!

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April 15th, 2005

Throops of the World

Courtesy Henry Throop, who likes to take time-lapse pictures.

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