Sunday, May 29, 2011

Grilling with @monicaburkhart and #pork chops with sauces by @racecitysauces

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Just tried the lucky dog smoke habenero honey mustard on nice thick pork chops from North Market in Columbus Ohio. I love summer!

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Saturday, May 28, 2011

Stann the man #UFC130

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Yikes! This may be the first time I terminate SpinRite @SGgrc - Thoughts anyone?

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I went to sleep last night with 3 hours elapsed and 152 remaining... then I wake to 5500+ remaining and 0% complete. I am giving it the day, whilst I am at work, but am not optimistic at this point. The longest I have ever had remaining was in the 300 hour range and that ended up taking just over 72 hours. Think it's worth a shot, to leave it be for a while?

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Monday, May 16, 2011

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Change your Facebook password now! #FacebookFail

Facebook Applications Accidentally Leaking Access to Third Parties | Symantec Connect Community
http://www.symantec.com/connect/blogs/facebook-applications-accidentally-leaking-access-third-parties

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So the end of an era... #brokeniPod touch


So used to not needing a case, since it was only ever used in the van and the house. I never took it anywhere else... but today I was carrying multiple items and dropped it on the concrete.

Lesson... Buy a case!

Now!

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Thursday, May 5, 2011

White Castle offers online ordering but makes you leave couch for pick-up -- Engadget

White Castle offers online ordering but makes you leave couch for pick-up http://t.co/QUVkCXM

Do you crave hamburgers but also want to minimize your interaction with fellow human beings? Then your unicorn-riding white knight has arrived, in the form of White Castle's new online ordering service. Thought not quite as handy as Domino's UK-only SMS ordering, the feature is rolling out to all 400 US locations. The website lets you "customize your sack" however you please; it also has a pretty high (or non-existent?) limit on quantities, meaning 1,000,000 Bacon and Cheddar Sliders will set you back $1,190,000. That could be a bug or a feature, depending on how hungry you are. Sadly, no matter how large your order you'll still have to go to the burger joint to pick it up -- delivery is still just a beautiful, beautiful dream. Maybe they can partner with MIT for a print-on-demandservice.
Via : 
TG Daily
Source : White Castle



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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

The only real use for a phone book these days

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Installing Ultra VNC for a customer today and noticed the usefulness of a phone book :)

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Speedtest.net Mobile Result via Thunderbolt

Test Date: May 4, 2011 1:00:13 pm
Connection Type: Lte
Server: Columbus, OH
Download: 5449 kbps
Upload: 4714 kbps
Ping: 112 ms

External IP: 166.249.96.5
Internal IP: 10.188.202.249
Latitude: 40.10870
Longitude: -83.09126

A detailed image for this result can be found here:

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Ookla operates Speedtest.net using a massive global infrastructure to minimize the impact of Internet congestion and latency. With millions of tests performed every day across hundreds of servers, Speedtest.net is the ultimate resource for bandwidth testing and related information. Visit it on your computer today to find out why.

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Monday, May 2, 2011

Honoring 1st Lieutenant Michael Scholl at the Sox Orioles game

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Connecting 3 burial 3 pair cables to Frontier

Watch "Star Spangled Banner - Ohio State Mirror Lake Good Bye Osama Bin Laden" on YouTube

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Good call @Jason: NYT image says it all

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Tony Burkhart (@tonyburkhart) has shared a Tweet with you:

"Jason: NYT image says it all... http://jc.is/mQSGw4"
--http://twitter.com/Jason/status/64918918208307201

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Collection of my Twitter stream #osama #obl #Abbottabad #OBLDead

nerdist
"Just wait...juuuuuuuust wait till tomorrow you ass-clowns..." -Barack Obama, to himself at White House Correspondents' Dinner
5/2/11 2:58 AM
Ghonim
2011 is a year that will be marked in history. Its just May and all of this is happening! #Tunisia #Egypt #Libya #Yemen #Syria and now #OBL
5/1/11 11:52 PM
TimSmalley
So *that's* what Jack Bauer has been up to since the end of 24... #osama
5/2/11 3:42 AM
raypride
RT @NewYorkObserver: Look at Obama's face when Seth Meyers made the joke about Bin Laden last night. http://twitpic.com/4s777w
5/1/11 11:43 PM
CampJim44
"I've never wished a man dead, but I have read some obituaries with great pleasure." -Mark Twain
5/2/11 12:42 AM
fox28columbus
Full Text: President Obama's Speech on bin Laden's Death: THE PRESIDENT: Good evening. Tonight, I can report to ... http://bit.ly/mJQ37K
5/2/11 4:19 AM
TechCrunch
Bin Laden's Compound Gets A Bum Review On Google Maps http://tcrn.ch/iqLj00 by @mikebutcher
5/2/11 3:38 AM
SteveMartinToGo
Slow news day.
5/2/11 2:35 AM
nbc4i
Campus Parties After Bin Laden News: A celebration in Mirror Lake on the campus of the Ohio State University bro... http://bit.ly/lIxIIr
5/2/11 2:30 AM
TechCrunch
Here's The Guy Who Unwittingly Live-tweeted The Raid On Bin Laden http://tcrn.ch/jHS3vN by @mikebutcher
5/2/11 2:07 AM
isohunt
BREAKING: Osama bin Laden is dead. Shouldn't have put his address on PSN. /via @jasonschreier
5/2/11 1:42 AM
ReallyVirtual
I am JUST a tweeter, awake at the time of the crash. Not many twitter users in Abbottabad, these guys are more into facebook. That's all.
5/2/11 1:57 AM

ReallyVirtual
For the curious, here is life in abbottabad two minutes ago http://twitpic.com/4s8nfq
5/2/11 1:40 AM


ReallyVirtual
Uh oh, now I'm the guy who liveblogged the Osama raid without knowing it.
5/2/11 12:41 AM


moshke
BREAKING NEWS: Chuck Norris returns from trip to Afghanistan.

5/1/11 11:24 PM

Jason
NYT image says it all... http://jc.is/mQSGw4
5/2/11 1:07 AM

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Sunday, May 1, 2011

Courtesy of Uncle Wayne

Honoring 1st Lieutenant Michael Scholl at the Sox v Orioles game 04/30/2011

Thanks for your service Michael!

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In the Jackson stop on the blue line in Chicago.

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Yes, You Can Get Leprosy From an Armadillo - ScienceNOW

http://news.sciencemag.org/sciencenow/2011/04/armadillos-spread-leprosy.html?ref=hp

For years, scientists have speculated that armadillos can pass on leprosy to humans, and that they are behind the few dozen cases of the disease that occur in the U.S. every year. Now, they have evidence. A genetic study published today in The New England Journal of Medicine shows that U.S. armadillos and human patients share what seems to be a unique strain of the bacterium that causes leprosy.

Leprosy, also known as Hansen's disease after the physician who first described it, attacks the skin and the nerves. It's a difficult illness to study: The bacteria grows naturally only in people and armadillos, and in experiments will grow on the footpads of genetically engineered mice.

In most places around the world where leprosy shows up, the disease is thought to pass from person to person. But in Central America and parts of the U.S. South and Southwest, armadillos are common, showing up in backyards, under porches, and by the side of the road. And in some places, more than 20% of armadillos are infected with leprosy. "It's always been a curiosity," says Richard Truman, a microbiologist at the National Hansen's Disease Program which is housed at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Scientists think their low body temperature provides a good environment for Mycobacterium leprae, the leprosy bacteria; in humans, too, M. leprae prefers cooler areas, such as nostrils, fingers, and toes.

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