Archives for May 2, 2008

I’ve been laid up with a nasty disease the last few days, so I’ve not been doing much productive. But I have gotten some TV watching in. Just in time, too. Has anyone else noticed that House (last night) and Numbers (tonight, in fact, airing this very moment) contain thinly veiled attacks on Intelligent Design,…

I almost literally grew up in the shadow of the Albany Medical Center. Many of my family members were at one time or another employed there, perhaps cleaning the floor while in high school or in a clerical position as a part time job, etc. I have been in and out of the emergency room…

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Thumnail Cheats, the real story

I was just recently annoyed by a large female human bosom with a cat on it. Never mind the details. Anyway, I looked into it and discovered this:

Boo! … That scurrying sound you hear is the pitter-patter of libertarian homeschoolers running to their battle stations. These are the people who make home schooling … which isn’t such a bad idea in some cases … a bad idea. All the time.

Vaccine denialism and related issues is something that I took a great interest in many years ago with the publication of Laruie Garret’s “The Coming Plague: Newly Emerging Diseases in a World Out of Balance,” a book which presaged a great deal of later popular and more technical literature on diseases. My interested was piqued…

Friday Cat Blogging

(see also, this) And, in case you have not seen this yet, you should. (Its got katz):

PC vs. Mac, overclocking

PC should check out this cooling system.