March, 2006

  1. Aero Tagged

    I’m creating a new tag for use with Flickr that I hope others will also adopt. It’s an Aero tag that you can tag your photos with to identify them. There are 7 tags:

    Aero tagged – This is the header tag that indicates that Aero tags exists for …

  2. CSM Students: Don’t Forget to Vote!

    If you go to CSM and you read my blog, don’t forget to vote for the 2006 ASCSM Candidates:

    Information on the candidates:

    Vote "Yes" for Student Act…

  3. Only a Nerd

    Pure Nerd 56 % Nerd, 39% Geek, 26% Dork For The Record:

    A Nerd is someone who is passionate about learning/being smart/academia.
    A Geek is someone who is passionate about some particular area or subject, often an obscure or difficult …

  4. When In Need of a Haircut

    If you’re in Golden and need a haircut, check out Del’s Tonsorial Parlor over on 12 and Washington. Pete, one of the barbers, was up at Loveland a few weeks back at the Beta Ski Event thingy. I’ve always wanted to go to a barber and so I tried it …

  5. Outback Backout


    …The following correction was printed last year in the Australian, a daily newspaper published in Sydney….

    A story headlined â��Syria seeks our help to woo U.S.â�� in Saturdayâ��s Weekend Australian misquoted National Party…

  6. stalkrNET

    I often reference Facebook as StalkerNet because of a users ability to rather easily stalk just about anyone. I finally decided to delve into Greasemonkey, a Firefox extension that provides a ‘software implementation of a concept called ‘Active Br…

  7. WTF?

    Jens just pointed out that our statics homework, which is posted online, not only has the problems, but also has the answers. WTF? Not that I’m complaining, but I thougt that was rather interesting.

  8. Only 50% Geek

    I am 50% Geek.Nerd, Freak, Geek, Dweeb. Sound familiar? That’s okay, cause I will be the richest person at my 15th year high school reunion. If a "con" isn’t happening that weekend.Take theGeek Test@ FualiDotCom

  9. Acronym Game

    Modeled after, I made my own version that takes data from a flat text file. Each line is one level and is separated into three parts with the bar character => |

    The first part is acronym, the second part is the charact…