Bag of Randomness
- If you’re a Star Wars fan and someone that keeps up with pop-culture, then you will probably get the above picture.
- An impulse buy happened yesterday, and if WifeGeeding is upset, she shouldn’t be upset at me but my buddy Tim who has got me addicted to searching for items on CraigsList.
- I bought a brand new Vudu player for $65, which normally retails for something closer to $150.
- Don’t know what a Vudu player is? Well, I really didn’t either until yesterday. In short, I can download movies (rent or own) via the Internet and watch them on my TV just like a DVD player with no monthly fees.
- Yeah, that doesn’t sound too impressive, but I can download movies not only in HD, but in 1080P, not just 1080i.
- Don’t understand that 1080 talk? Don’t worry, it’s geek talk for HD quality. Just know that P is better than I.
- Right now my current TV can only show a 1080I picture. Maybe my next impulse buy will be a new TV?
- Actually, I’m in the market for a 1080P projector.
- A couple of Swedish parents have stirred up debate in the country by refusing to reveal whether their two-and-a-half-year-old child is a boy or a girl.
- The last photos of Michael Jackson on stage.
- I find it amazing that someone can just rent a venue like the Staples Center out just for rehearsals.
- It appears that Dell is working on something to compete with the iPod Touch. Even if they do create a better product, what’s really going to matter is how they decide to market it. And as of right now, nobody in the tech world can beat Apple’s marketing.
- It wouldn’t surprise me if there was another celebrity death by the end of the week. Cronkite? Billy Graham? Liz Taylor?
- I always wondered what would happen if someone like Conan, who just started to host The Tonight Show, just died within a few weeks of taking the reins.
- Yeah, that sounds creepy and morbid, but death is in the news.
- Days With My Father has bits and pieces of pictures and thoughts from a son who’s father has no short term memory. Yes, it’s an emotional heart tug. The site is a bit hard to navigate, so my hint to you is to click on the left where more photos will appear, choose a photo, and scroll down to read the story.
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