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Some sweet windows

Fused glass is awesome, here are some nice shots of a few pieces that I came across recently.

windowsSep 4, 2006 - 13 Photos


AJAX Driven Website Screenshot Creator

Via digg

The good folks over at WebShot Pro create real time thumbnails of website by simply entering the URL... Want more?You can link use the thumbs where you might like.
for example:


WARNING: ummm, don’t forget to put a password on your wifi

Techdirt is reporting that the California legislature has passed a law requiring the manufacturers of WiFi products to put warning labels reminding users to password-protect their networks. Speculation over there is that this is a step towards outlawing piggybacking. Speculation here is that it's just a waste of government time and money.read more | digg story


Businessman discovers Fark makes 60k+ a month, says “WTF? Squirrel Balls!”

Over on digg I see that Spider Tactics has this post about this guys boss checking out Fark. Classic stuff, and the making of a new cliche to be over used on Fark.

After spending some time on Fark he became agitated by the lack of seriousness to the site. He was having a hard time understanding how something so silly could generate so much money, as I'm sure many business owners would. But what really made the whole situation hilarious was when he yelled "WTF? There are squirrel balls on the about page!"


Remembrance of Bush’s fiascoes

Sidney Blumenthal over at Salon takes a look back at some of the finer moments in everyone's favorite presidents recent history as GW tours the country celebrating the governments role in the wake of Katrina.read more | digg story


Brian Williams Interviews Bush

This is worth a listen...

direct links to video: Video - WMV   Video - QT


SFGate: Culture Blog! : Stormtroopers blast through gender barrier

SFGate: Culture Blog! : Stormtroopers blast through gender barrier

I'm really at a loss here...
Saw this over at digg, and now I'm just ummm sort of stuck in a mind melting mode.
sample pics here


Electric Mini: 0-60 in 4 Seconds: It Has Motors In Its Wheels

This newly unveiled electric Mini has an output 640 horsepower and top speed of 150 mph. The car uses a small gasoline engine with four 160 horsepower electric motors on each wheel. It can out accelerate a Porsche 911 Carrera.read more | digg story


America eats its young

Garrison Keilor over at Salon writes America eats its young which contains this beauty:

I think we must bite the bullet and say no more healthcare for card-carrying Republicans. It just doesn't make sense to invest in longevity for people who don't believe in the future. Let them try faith-based medicine, let them pray for their arteries to be reamed and their hips to be restored, and leave science to the rest of us.

Cutting out healthcare for one-third of the population -- the folks with Bush-Cheney bumper stickers, who still believe the man is doing a heckuva job -- will save enough money to pay off the national debt, not a bad legacy for Republicans.


Your Website as seen by google

Saw this link over on digg, this is a pretty sweet little look into what google knows and thinks about your site. In my case, it's very little. I apparently score decent marks for saltwater reef tanks, which is cool because that was a HUGE hobby of mine for years, but sadly not something I do anymore! Woops.

read more | digg story