Monthly Archives: September 2010

Facebook helps you connect with the important dogs in your life.

Bike shelf.

This looks like the ideal thing to re-make. Perfect for mounting my fixie on.

Link: Online Dating is a Parody of Itself

I got an email and wrote this about it.

How are sales of WOD? Maddeningly, yet comfortably, linear.

Social Courtesy

I had a tab open with this for a couple of days before I finally watched it. And, finally literally figuratively literally figuratively pissed myself laughing.

Working on something. Look for it soon.

“more information about these and other deviations, please visit their Web sites included within the scope of the invention is to provide and maintain their own calendars and schedules for their employees.”

I, for one, would like more information about these and other deviations.


I typed ‘a’ and got…

All rights reserved • Designated trademarks and brands are the property of their respective owners and are strictly for viewing and printing of these books are nothing but another form of therapy for these patients is not known whether these are the only ones who can not afford to pay for the cost of the project.


It’s like baby’s first words, where baby is the the robotic hell spawn of Google and William S. Burroughs. I just press space, wait for a word to appear, accept it and move on.

Full text, since Tumblr doesn’t believe you should be able to full screen a video(switched to YouTube):

The following content has been identified by the YouTube community as being potentially offensive or inappropriate messages to two male students who were not involved in these processes is therefore a need for a new account or login into an existing account or create an account to post anyway to get them to work in the background of the Hulu team

I noticed this today in the server logs for WOD’s new web service. In this case, the import function:

'unicode' object has no attribute 'file'

This corresponds to this statement in the code:

stuff = self.request.POST.get('inputfile')

Which comes directly from Google’s documentation on how to handle file inputs in POST queries. The HTML code for the import page is, in its entirety:

<!DOCTYPE html>
        <form action="" method="POST" enctype="mulitpart/form-data">
            <input type="file" name="inputfile">
            <input type="submit" value="Import JSON data">

The user-agent says “MSIE 8.0”. Is Internet Explorer doing something incredibly stupid here?

Link: Ask HN: Who here struck out on their own without a plan?

Link: modal domains: WOD 1.6 now available

WOD version 1.6 was approved by Apple today, and should be available in the app store soon, if not already.

The coolest new feature of this release is a web-based backup, restore, and sync service, which you can use to create an online backup of your logs and personal records, sync these between…