Tuesday, November 29, 2005
Monday, November 14, 2005
SonyBMG+Microsoft+Apple+Napster+ Kazaa+Limewire+Rootkit+Trojan Horses+ Fairpay+Plays for Sure+Digital Rights Managment = Screwing the Consumer!
I am completely outraged with your “business tactics” and so-called “Digital Rights Management software.” Your “business tactics” are criminal activities. Your invasive “DRM software” totally invades my legally guaranteed privacy. You have violated sections 7, 8 and 11(d) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. S. 7 states: “Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice.” S. 8 states: “Everyone has the right to be secure against unreasonable search or seizure.” S. 11(d) states: “Any person charged with an offence has the right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty according to law in a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal.” You have unjustly violated my legal right to security, unreasonable search or seizure and you have presumed me (and the general public) guilty of theft when I did not even try to attempt such an act! In short, I was about to purchase Switchfoot’s new CD “Nothing Is Sound”, but then I heard about your despicable “DRM software” which is clearly another name for criminal, malicious, hacker’s code.
Thursday, April 14, 2005
This mock iPod shuffle is made entirely from Crisco (vegetable shortening) and poppy seeds!
I first modeled the shape. That wasn't too hard. Then I found some poppy seeds. Initially, I had trouble placing each individual poppy seed onto the body of the Crisco iPod shuffle. I eventually figured out that tweezers work the best. There are a total of 113 poppy seeds on the Crisco iPod shuffle. (If you are counting, please not that a couple poppy seeds are underneath other poppy seeds because I sometimes pushed the poppy seed in to far.)
To make this replica, it only took me about an hour. However, it was very tedious placing 113 poppy seeds with a very blunt pair of tweezers. I would only reccomend this project to people who are surgens or soon to be surgens!
Tuesday, March 29, 2005
RandOm. Today was very random. First I went out. I got some groceries. Then I wrote an essay for English. It took RANDOM a lot of time, maybe about 2 hours. I had to rewrite the introduction because my first intro was RaNDoM absolutely horrid. After the essay, rain was pouring down outside so I decided to go and jump in puddles like random a foolish child. (The splashing was fun, anyways.) Next, I ate some lunch. I had macaroni and cheese. Make no ranDom mistake, my lunch was not Crap Dinner (a.k.a. Kraft Dinner). It was real, homemade mac and cheese. That means rAndOm I boiled noodles and made cheese sauce and then put it together. I was going to make baked mac and cheese in the oven but that would have taken too long and I was hungry. Any - random - ways, I watched the Notebook. It was good, I guess. I thought it was corny to have them die holding hands at the end. Oh yeah, another thing rANDOm. What is with everybody having sex on TV? It is like our society is one big, horny teenager. (I'll talk about this later.) Anyways, my Easter weekend was really randoM good. My wish for today is that world hunger would be abolished. Thanks and good night.