The Charleston Water System suffered a catastrophic failure of a water main which shut down most water in the Downtown, James Island, and Folly Beach areas. It seems the water’s back up now, but a boil water advisory is likely. Most restaurants are having real issues serving food right now. What a disaster for business, […]
From Pete McEntegart’s daily 10 Spot (with my emphasis): New Orioles pitching coach Leo Mazzone recently got a tattoo on his left shoulder of a red-and-blue pennant with the words “14 straight” inside it to commemorate the 14 consecutive division titles he won with his former team, the Braves. Mazzone’s players were a little surprised […]
See what happens when Microsoft tries to package an iPod. Truly hysterical, and 100% authentic – yes, this actually did come from MS. Via Neowin.
As you’ve probably seen I’ve made a lot of tweaks to the blog today. I’m in the process of tagging a majority of the posts with Technorati tags to assist my visibility out there. In addition, I’ve tweaked the style sheet up to add additional formatting polish as well as work around some nasty IE […]
ESPN: LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Ensuring the long-term employment of a coach who has taken the team to a pair of conference championship games in only four seasons, the Carolina Panthers have signed John Fox to a new five-year contract. ESPN.com’s John Clayton reports it is a five-year, $25 million extension, making Fox one […]
A buddy of mine pointed me to Less Than Zero, a hard rock/metal band from SoCal whose debut album “Hollow” was released on March 21. You can download five of their tracks, and they’re pretty freaking awesome. I do believe I’ll have to purchase this album. The production on the tracks is absolutely superb and […]
ZDNet’s chief editor, David Berlind suggests a new name for Digital Rights Management: Content, Restriction, Annulment, and Protection. C-R-A-P. I love it. Via Neowin.
Yes, the entry font size is 0.1em larger. I figured it needed to be a smidgen bigger…and hence, the change.
Jeff Bagwell is headed to the DL, possibly for good. This part of the article is quite depressing: Bagwell has dealt with the arthritic shoulder since 2001 and says the team never raised the issue until now. He batted no lower than .266 in the four years prior to 2005, when he missed 115 games […]
If you’re into technology and the like you probably heard the panic about Windows Vista needing 60% of its code to be rewritten. Squash (aka Phil Sim) has some additional insight into this story with background information about the dude who broke it, as well as some commentary about how Vista’s most recent slippage may […]