Monthly Archives: October 2007

A Boring Post I’ll Remember For A Long, Long Time

(really. there’s nothing interesting here. i’m just posting this for my own sake. of course, if you’ve already read everything else interesting on the intarwebnets today, read on…) Bozeman is SO beautiful. Our long fall continues… It seems the beautiful … Continue reading

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When Pigs Fly: Read It

If you have some time, get yourself a cup of coffee and read this article, concerning the state of the music industry and the recent demise of OiNK: “When Pigs Fly” is a thorough, thoughtful and balanced discourse on online … Continue reading


There’s Something Wrong With Love

As you may already know, the popular private BitTorrent Tracker was shut down a few days ago by Interpol. There seems to be lots of misinformation concerning OiNK floating around on the internet. For clarification: users did not “pay” … Continue reading


Apple: Worth Losing Sleep Over

It’s 3:46 a.m. Why am I still watching an Apple keynote from 1997? Why do I find Steve Jobs so compelling? Why do I idolize him so much? But I can’t get enough. I can’t get enough of his vision– … Continue reading


time for bed?

Yaar! I studied for 14 hours STRAIGHT for my Advanced Film Theory exam this morning… starting at 6:00 p.m. last night till 8:00 a.m. this morning… And still didn’t do very well on the exam. Sheesh. My bad, though– shouldn’t … Continue reading

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Sicko Review

Laura Burnum was in a 45 mph head-on collision that knocked her out cold. Paramedics pulled her from her car and took her to the hospital in an ambulance. Receiving the bill, she found her health insurance had denied payment … Continue reading

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Failures of the Intarwebnets!

I’m flabbergasted, truly! Last week was Homecoming Week at MSU, along with the associated election of a Homecoming king and queen at last Saturday’s football game. Unbelievably, however, the results of the election (see: popularity contest?) are NO WHERE to … Continue reading


In The Company of Carnivores

Linda McCartney wrote: “If slaughterhouses had glass walls the whole world would be vegetarian.” Browsing the internet tonight (see: avoiding Econ homework!) Andrew and I stumbled upon a couple surprising lists of famous vegetarians. I’ve oft’ been reminded that Adolf … Continue reading