Monthly Archives: March, 2005

More iPod/iTunes Fun

Lately, I’ve been having problems with iTunes seeing my iPod and letting me transfer new songs to it. I’ve fought with this issue before but I don’t know what’s causing it now. I tried moving the Firewire cable to another of the Firewire jacks on my computer but that wasn’t helping. Then this morning, I booted into Windows to get the latest freebies from iTunes and it (sort of) detected the iPod correctly.

Initially, it acted as though I was attaching a new iPod, but then it was able to see all my playlists and other songs on it. As an added bonus, iTunes also automatically forwarded me to page where I could download a free music sampler. Most likely, you too can get the album by going to: iTunes New Music Sampler (Atlantic/Lava Edition)

Give Blood + Give Live

American Red Cross

Today the Red Cross stopped by my office and I gave them my usual donation, 1 pint of A positive. When was the last time you saved a life?

Visit to find out where you can donate today.


Just a bunch of links that I’ve picked up in the last week or 2 that interested me…

Drawn! is a new group blog about illustration, art, and cartooning:

Stephen Colbert, from The Daily Show, interview:

80’s TV Commercials:

Build your own magnetic spice rack:

Interesting Science Friday:

A “downloadable TV show” mentioned on Slashdot:

Some sort of online, short film recommended to me by Pukka:

Ain’t It Cool News visits Pixar:

Wicked Cool Latte Art, links via Boing Boing

Camera Hacks is a community website to share tips/tricks/tutorials/links to info on cameras (digital or film):

Who Would You Be in 1400 AD?

The Monk
The Monk
You scored 18% Cardinal, 58% Monk, 47% Lady, and 35% Knight!
You live a peaceful, quiet life. Very little danger comes you way and you live a long time. You are wise and modest, but also stagnant. You have little comfort, little food and have taken a vow of silence. But who needs chatter when just sitting in the cloister of your abbey with The Good Book makes you perfectly content.
My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

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You scored higher than 9% on Cardinal
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You scored higher than 84% on Monk
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You scored higher than 70% on Lady
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You scored higher than 17% on Knight

Link: The Who Would You Be in 1400 AD Test written by KnightlyKnave on Ok Cupid

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