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Netflix sent me this email: Dear David, You spoke, and we listened. We are keeping Profiles. Thank you for all the calls and emails telling us how important Profiles are. We are sorry for any inconvenience we may have caused. We hope the next time you hear from us we will delight, and not disappoint, […]

A few days ago, Netflix sent me an email saying that are eliminating their profiles features: We wanted to let you know we will be eliminating Profiles, the feature that allowed you to set up separate DVD Queues under one account, effective September 1, 2008. Each additional Profile Queue will be unavailable after September 1, […]

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For the price of a valid email address, you can download Nine Inch Nail’s new album, The Slip. I find it amusing each song has different album art.

I’m sure this didn’t really happen but this is how it would go down if you tried to put geologists on a reality TV show. It would be fun for them and boring TV. Other scientists would also be the same. I could imagine the herp twerp catching snakes and grabbing lizards, the fish people […]

Now that I’ve admitted my love for NPR I must admit I’m white. Here is a blog devoted to what white people like. Notice that NPR is at the top of the list. Scroll down to see some other things I like: Apple products, sushi, plays, and Netflix. I want to be unique just like […]

Now everyone knows! We’re working on it! Please! Oh, God, no! Please leave us alone! I can’t believe the frickin’ hydrologists are in cahoots with Stephen Colbert. We’re doomed. Doomed, I say! I better start working on my resume. Sob…

Gary Gygax, the creator of Dungeons & Dragons, died today at age 69. Like many geeky boys, I was a huge fan of the game during grade school and junior high school. I didn’t play a lot but I owned most of the Advanced Dungeons and Dragons books published in the 1980s and constantly read […]

Starbucks To Begin Sinister ‘Phase Two’ Of Operation SEATTLE-Starbucks officials announced Monday that they are through with the coffee-distribution portion of their long-range plan.