Funny iPhone Video

Olde English did this funny iPhone release day video for us. Go check it out, everyone else will be soon.

Thursday Links of Doom

Awesome Lyrics

When I say "Hey" thou shalt not say "Ho".
When I say "Hip" thou shalt not say "Hop".
When I say "he say, she say, we say, make some noise" - kill me.

Download Page for the Single (links to various iTunes Stores)
His MySpace Page
Dan LeSac's Blog
Dan LeSac's MySpace Page

Wednesday Links of no importance

Late Tuesday Linkage

The links for the Monday

Link Type Objects for Thursday

I am posting these, because I am capable of doing so:

Today's Links

Here's today's links (updated as the day goes on.):

Daily Links

Here's today's links (updated as the day goes on.):
  • Fumo is an alternate interface for Quicksilver that actually smokes. Cool stuff.
  • Cool Binary Ring A little too expensive for me right now, but still pretty cool.
  • WoW2Go Play World of Warcraft on Mac via SOCKS/HTTP/SSH. I can see the network administrators grimacing now.

Daily Links

Here's today's links (updated as the day goes on.):

Today's Links

Here's today's links (updated as the day goes on.):

Yahoo forces their version of Paypal on Flickr Users. Dumb.

Flickr released a major update today mainly targetted at adding international features to their site. This is great, and I am happy for them, but in their blog post on the subject, this text is at the very bottom. "As part of this launch, Flickr Pro payment processing is now handled by Yahoo! Wallet and supports a myriad of credit card options." Previously, they took Paypal. I use Paypal almost every day for something. I don't want to sign up for Yahoo Wallet just to pay for Flickr. That's insanely dumb, and the pre-Yahoo Flickr would never have done it.

Some Daily Links

Going to start doing a daily links post, like many other folks do. Here's today's links:

New Shoes

One of the best things about visiting Manhattan is getting to do a little shopping, and this recent trip is no exception. I walked around SoHo for a few hours last Monday, and walked into the Camper store. I had previously worn Campers, but as their lines of shoes changed, I stopped. Happily, on this trip, their newest line had some really awesome new shoes in it, and I picked up a pair of these. After having worn them for a few days, I have to say that they are one of the most comfortable pairs of shoes I have ever owned.

Back from New England/NYC

I spent the last ten days in New England, mainly for the purpose of fulfilling my role as the best man in my brother Chris' wedding. I come back somewhat exhausted, and after fighting through some parking snafus at Atlanta Hartsfield, am finally sitting in my office at home, waiting for Zifty.com to bring me some dinner. It was a great week away. Spending time with my family always puts things in perspective for me the way nothing else in my life can.

It was also nice to mostly unplug for a week.