Monthly Archives: August 2004

"Mr. Wizard – The Legend of Speed"

I got the current issue of RES a couple days ago, and along with it came the Nike “Art of Speed” DVD containing a collection of short films (about the “speed”) commissioned by Nike. I watched it my sister, and … Continue reading

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Meet you at the CEIT Dofasco Entrance Foyer

Have you been to CEIT lately? I went to CEIT to milk that sweet free wireless Internet connection a few weeks ago and made a startling discovery; every major part of the building has been named after a corporation. Take … Continue reading

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My new favourite word

I finally got to actually reading the copy of Tokion that I bought a month ago. My favourite article so far is the one called “Megacities”; it’s a discussion on the acceleration of urbanization by a group of experts (well, … Continue reading

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Fun with Webalizer

If you don’t already know what Webalizer is, here’s a brief intro: Webalizer is an application that reads web server logs and spit out reports on the site’s visitors. It can tell you who visited your site, which section of … Continue reading

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The exams left you frustrated, and you want to die?

Well, first, please don’t kill yourself. I mean, at least you didn’t drive into the Kinko’s. (If you’re the guy who drove into the Kinko’s, well, umm, at least you are not this guy.) But, if you one day found … Continue reading

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So fucking hot

I am back in the Okanagan, the home to Sun-Rype apple juice, Big White, and, well, Stockwell Day. The temperature outside right now (4:00 p.m.) is 36° C, and the night temperature hovers around 24° C. Anyhow, here are some … Continue reading

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Leaving tomorrow

I’ll be leaving Waterloo tomorrow. I bought Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes Cereal & Milk Bars to eat on the planes. (Why won’t WestJet serve meals on their planes? Arggg.) Also, I realized that shipping my stuffs back home (by regular mail, … Continue reading

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