Apparently, goofing around with programming his cell phone. It’s cool that someone with such impressive skills chooses to waste his time doing things like I like to do. 🙂
Archive for date: March 29, 2005
Robert Hooke’s Micrographia is one of the earliest books about the use of a microscope to view the world of the minescule. Published in 1664, it’s really quite astounding, and includes some very nice drawings, such as the flea pictured on the right. Check it out.
Damn! That is one big catfish! Courtesy of Boing Boing.
Steve Ivy over at redmonk.net sent me a few questions by email, and nicely presented my my answers as a Sitelight: his own way of highlighting blogs which he thinks are cool. I kind of liked the questions, and am not sure I’ve gone over some of this stuff before, so go surf on over […]
I’ve got a very simple LiveCD of FreeBSD booting off of CDROM. If you are brave, you can surf over to itsyBSD.org and download the iso image, burn it to CD and give it a try. It doesn’t install anything to any hard disks, so nothing can be hurt by giving it a try, but […]