Our tomato plants are growing a bumper crop this year. Next up, trying to preserve them so we can enjoy them in the winter.
Conan appears to have borrowed the Super Mario Brothers landscape as the source for his background for his new set. I thought it felt familar somehow.
Link via Towleroad.
VirtualBox is a free x86 emulator that is available for Windows, Mac, Linux and SunOS. It’s a great alternative to Parallels or VMWare. It even supports the Windows 7 Beta, so now you have a 100% free way to run Windows on your Mac (until the beta expires that is).
I’m digging a few of the tracks on this Ziggy Stardust bootleg remix disc. Give it a chance, listen to a few and see what you think.
Legal music sharing site Ruckus.com has closed up shop abruptly. No doubt, the few folks who used the service are left with the balance of their 1 month lease on their music before it attempts to contact their licensing server for renewal.
The idea of the service was to allow college students a legal way to download and share music amongst themselves. Revenue was generated by advertising on the Ruckus site, where the music was downloaded, along with a social component that honestly seemed lacking to me.
The biggest flaw was that when you graduated, your music would suddenly become unplayable unless you subscribed to their pay service. So, you’re given four years to amass a large collection of music to only have it suddenly be taken hostage.
Services like Amazon’s MP3 service make much more sense in my opinion.
Oh thank you TV goddess for having blessed me with the opportunity to see this schmaltzy bit of over acting this evening. It’s a rotten slice of corporate America for sure. This is a video of Mr. T doing a product infomercial for some sort of hair-dryer Chinese-made oven. It’s surreal and unsettling to watch so I recommend you watch it too. Up next week: Hulk Hogan sells a grill. Oh wait, he did that already.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to find my wallet.
In case you haven't heard, the Stone Balloon in Newark, DE was demolished June 6 to make way for condominiums.