Miscellaneous Ramblings

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Biggest Discoveries of 2005

The Year of the Rooster marked the discovery of the first dinosaur tissue, the solar system’s 10th planet and a mechanical hand controlled by thought alone.

The Best and Worst Tech Moments of 2005 from Wired Magazine… along with the 10 Sexiest Geeks…

It was the year corporate and university data spills just kept coming, and the Supreme Court decided technology companies can be held responsible for the bad behavior of their users.

‘Gorgeous geeks’ get some exposure in new Calendar

It’s well-known that engineers and computer scientists typically earn more than workers in other fields. But along with that comes the long-standing stereotype that tech types are dorky, pasty-faced drones.

For all of you planning Christmas Parties. You’ll get a chuckle out of this. (Warning. This is not politically correct)

FROM: Patty Lewis, Human Resources Director
TO: All Employees
DATE: October 01, 2005
RE: Christmas Party

Generous hunter, meat lovers linked to Montana landowners

"DoeCowHuntMontana" was designed to reduce elk, deer and antelope populations, so the site focuses on hunters who want to shoot doe deer, doe antelope and cow elk and landowners who have those.

Eat, Sleep, Work, Consume, Die

Just because technology makes it possible for us to work 10 times faster than we used to doesn’t mean we should do it.

Penguin Pooh Paper Earns Ig Nobel – Does your dog "got nuts"?

"Neuticles (allow) your pet to retain his natural look, self esteem and aids in the trauma associated with neutering," the product’s website says.

Scientists Say Earth’s Center Rotates Faster Than Surface

That extra spin could give scientists information about how the earth generates its magnetic field.

Diving Deep Into the Web

“The deep Web is the future,”

Perplexed consumers dial up tech ‘geeks’

"Help! Send a geek!"