Monthly Archives: October, 2006
LiveScience.com has a mathematical attempt to debunk vampires. It is pretty convincing. Basically, assuming vampires started several hundred years ago, and that a vampire bites someone every month which creates a new vampire, the spread of vampires would grow exponentially and there would be no living humans left to feed on by now. That of […]
Here are a few more desktop wallpapers from photos I took that can be used for Halloween. They were taken early on a really foggy the morning last November when the spider webs were full of dew. My favorite is the one you can see the reflection of the tree upside down in the large […]
I have talked a lot about digital cameras on this blog. Well, here are some shots taken with my Cannon PowerShot S2 IS that I think make great Halloween desktops. I have been using them. They are golden silk (banana) spiders taken in Louisiana. Maybe not the scariest spiders if you are familiar with them, […]
Believe me, you don’t want to know. Bugs, and not how you might imagine. Details here. Not that bad I guess since I have been eating the stuff for years, but I wish I didn’t find out.
Last weekend I ordered an ATI TV Wonder Elite from Amazon for $77.99 for transferring some home videos. That was near the lowest price I found and was still cheaper than many after I upgraded from FREE Super Saver Shipping (5-9 business days) to Standard Shipping (3-5 business days) for $6.17 more. It was shipped […]