June, 2006

  1. IHS

    There are a combination of letters on a table that sits at the front of First Presbyterian in Golden that look like this:

    I puzzled over it and for a while and finally asked Earl Palmer from University Presbyterian in Seattle.

    One of the thi…

  2. Good Tablet Deal

    Dugan, a commententer in the StudentTabletPC forums, has two Acer Tablet PC’s for sale on eBay: Acer c301 and Acer c303.

    I can’t vouch for him or the laptops, but they appear to be decent deals. Gary Anderson, my math teacher from SAAS also owns …

  3. Taxi Driver and Network

    Both released in 1976. I prefered Taxi Driver over Network, despite the fact that the later took home the Oscars that year. I think it might be more of a temporal issue, but still both good movies.

    Oh, and the TV is fixed! Awesome!


  4. Live From Omicron Persei 8

    Good news everyone! Straight from a one-eyed alien’s mouth – 13 new episodes of Futurama have been confirmed by Katey Sagal on Craig Ferguson’s Late Late Show. All the original actors have signed up too.

  5. Curious Web

    I use 30Boxes as my calendar and it’s been work really well, until I got to Boeing. I couldn’t see my calendar! The site would load and I could see the header and footer, but the actual calendar was nowhere to be found. Curious.

    I had no idea w…

  6. TV Doctor Called

    Dad finally called Magnolia Hi-Fi Audio/Video and they’re going to send a tech out on Friday to fix it, replacing the convergence board. Sounds like this is one of the more common parts that goes wrong when things go wrong (which isn’t too often)….

  7. Sick TV

    The television downstairs is broken. It doesn’t want to converge the colors which is bad. Can’t use it for anything!

    [tags]tv, rear-projection, crt, converge, convergence[/tags]

  8. Badgetiquette

    This one is for the new interns:

    When you go outside of the Boeing premises, take your badge off or stuff it in your shirt. No one told me this at training until our group went out for lunch today. It’s not a big deal, more for personal safety….