Saturday, February 15, 2003

I've put my name in the title bar of the website now, in hopes of boosting my relevance on Google. Several casual visitors arrive here by searching for my name in Google, and this site is always seventh on the list after some interactive fiction, the young composers' site, and the random newsgroup thread on Digest Universal Resource Identifiers.

There's supposed to be over ten inches of snow this weekend up in Alexandria. It almost makes me feel bad to live in a clime where today's high will be 76 degrees.

Here's another remix of an old Nintendo theme, just for kicks (as always):
Theme from Zelda 2: Adventures of Link (MP3 1.46MB)
ZIP of Finale File (68 KB)

"Who Wants to Marry My Mom?" dispels myth that networks have run out of ideas
Microsoft blocked Opera users. Opera responds with "Bork bork bork!"
Mike Myers in "Gone with the Wind"

Fun Fact about Fading Out:
Fade-outs became widespread in the United States as the result of a trade survey in the early fifties. This showed that when records were played on jukeboxes, people felt more inclined to replay a record that faded out because it left a subconscious feeling that you hadn't completely heard it. - UJBR

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