Another in the series of emails I receive:
My name is Joshua two i think u r the coolest persn ever. hey are you rich? because my mom ids and she is a supermodel, and my dad is bill gates. and my dad is worth 829 billion dollars. more than ur dad makes. so anyways, i just thought that i would tell you that my dad is bill gates and my name is joshua two. ha ha i think u r great..
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Thanks to ComCast on demand, I can now watch all the episodes of Showtime's Dead Like Me series. It's really quite good. I'm up to episode 8.
I decided to set up a message board to further expand discussions of random things that are associated with me. Narcissistic? Well it is Joshua.com, eh? Anyway, check them out in their early and generic state and feel free to contribute, ask questions, or just cause trouble.
I'm going to officially open a contest to redesign Joshua.com, stylesheet and all. Got a few minutes on your hand? Download the CSS file and make my site look new and exciting. If yours is the one I choose to use, I'll send you $100. It's that simple! I hope to make a decision by September 30th, but if nothing good comes in, well, I'll just wait. (The main page should also be downloaded. Good luck!)
From the NY Post...
The nice thing about SnapStream was also that after you recorded a show, it was a movie file on your PC's hard drive. You could make a DVD of your favorite show's season, you could transfer it to other computers for watching later, or you could even stream it across your network to outside viewers (watch a show at work, streamed from your home PC) though most home networks aren't that fast. After watching TiVo and ReplayTV cave to Hollywood's unrealistic demands, it's nice to see a software package that lets users freely do whatever they want with content and doesn't block legitimate and fair uses.
I'm about to do some build-your-own pc'ing and want a Dremel tool. Anyone ever use one of these?