Archive for the 'pinnick' Category

Question Answered.

Tuesday, October 11th, 2005

On one of those Monday afternoons where law is strangulation and nagging questions about the nature of the universe become an urgent priority, a gnat was flying around my desk and I realized I didn’t know if insects got tired or if their life span was too short for any kind of exhaustion short of […]

Big-Boned Figures Not Related to Expansion of the Universe

Saturday, October 1st, 2005

Newscientist.com news service reported the findings of Richard Price, a physicist at the university of Texas at Brownsville, to the horror of all weight conscious people: “Your waistline may be spreading, but you can’t blame it on the expansion of the universe.” “Since atoms are made up mostly of empty space, with electrons ‘orbiting’ the […]

Artists Hijack Space!

Friday, September 9th, 2005

“There are scores of contexts – for instance the clothes you wear are one aspect of your everyday context but they do not take into account where you live, your age, your sex, et. cetera. Media and technology that respond to you, that is ‘context-aware’ – the new hip term in the tech world – […]

Ghost Strippers!

Tuesday, August 30th, 2005

Below is a report I just recieved from my friend, Junjiang Gao. I thought it needed to be passed on to the curious. “There was a news report about a religious activity held in a Taiwanese city. The picture went along with the article showed a stage with a couple of female pole dancers. The […]

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