Links to External Web Sites
kleptones 24hours download - Today, The Kleptones are going to keep you up for 24hours. I haven't even heard this stuff yet as I'm still downloading the torrent, but their track record is so damn strong I know I'm gonna love it.
ajaxWrite - The look, feel, and functionality of Microsoft Word, in a completely web-based AJAX platform. It's amazing, really. This won't work for you unless you're running Firefox 1.5. < insert smart ass comment about why anyone would use any other browser anyway >
Using iTunes to backup your music - Every once in a while you come across a link that fundamentally changes the way you live your life. This is that link for me. When you have almost 90 GB of music, backing it all up on a regular basis can become a very time consuming thing. Following these instructions for backing up my MP3s with iTunes will save me a great deal of time and stress. Amazing.
Alan W. Pollack's "Notes On" The Beatles Series - This guy spent ten years writing about every Beatles song in amazing detail. Who says the devil is in the details?
South Park Scientology Episode - Rumour has it Tom Cruise got this episode pulled from Comedy Central by threatening not to promote "Mission: Impossible 3." You see, Viacom owns both Comedy Central and Paramount which is releasing "Mission: Impossible 3." Watch it here while you can...
Homicides in the GTA, 2006 - From the Toronto Star, this is a handy way to track murders in the 416.
Open Source Windows - This is a simple list of the best free and open source software for Windows. I personally use Mozilla Firefox, Gaim and Gimp daily.
cbcwatch - I'm a fan of the CBC, both on television and on the radio. I truly enjoy their programs and documentaries and always turn to them first for the news. Many, however, believe the CBC to be too liberal and keep a close eye on their alleged bias. This is the site I turn to to find out about that side the coin.
TVO KIds Shows - When I was Googling away to learn more about Jeremy I came across this great tribute to TVOntario kids shows of the 1970s. I remember so many of these, particularly "Fables of the Green Forest", "Readalong", "Barbapapa" and "Read All About It".
Just Cover Video - Ths is a video for a cover of Radiohead's "Just." "For his cover Mark Ronson not only enlisted the help of the formidable Daptones horn section (The Dap Kings) but Alex Greenwald, the lead singer of Phantom Planet." You might want to cut out the middle man and go straght to the high speed Quicktime version.
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