• It seems nearly impossible to fathom that someone as brilliant and funny as Robin Williams could be so tortured emotionally that he takes himself out of the human race. Yet, last week, one by one, each of us across the whole globe, fixed our attention on the sad news of this beloved actor’s suicide. Sometimes, a blip of news in the vast sea of information we are bombarded with daily, seems to slap us so hard in the face that we can almost hear the collective groan rippling through space and time. Then we all try our best to reckon with reality. And what a devastating reality Robin Williams’ death reveals - that someone who, by his very nature, brought

    Aug 26,
  • Cell Phone Security: New 'Skulls' Mutant Comes with Virus Extras Anti-virus vendors have spotted a new strain of the "Skulls" Trojan sneaking into Symbian-based cell phones, and this one drops the Cabir worm on the devices. When the original Trojan appeared, U.K.-based Symbian Ltd. said it was investigating the malware, which targets the Nokia 7610 but may affect some other phones using the Series 60 user interface. http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1759,1733176,00.asp

    Nov 30,
    - by semoadmin
  • We all know what a “Magic Eye” photo is? Those 3D pictures that take forever to see. Well some guy has a web site that you can not only generate one, but turn it into a movie. It is pretty cool. It took me a little while to see it, but I finely did. Ascii Stereogram Movie - Magic Eye

    Nov 22,
    - by semoadmin
  • http://www.cnn.com/2004/EDUCATION/11/02/school.badges.ap/index.html POPLAR BLUFF, Missouri (AP) -- A new policy at a high school requiring students to wear identification badges has prompted some parents to complain and students to protest the move as an infringement on their rights. The badges, which are identical to the IDs students have always been required to carry and use to check out library books at Poplar Bluff High School, are now required to be worn on campus during school hours. "We need to be able to identify people without having to walk up to them and ask if they are a student or a teacher," said Sheldon Tyler, an assistant principal at the high school in this town of 16,700 about 150 miles south of

    Nov 02,
    - by semoadmin

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