All defective brains please form a line to the right, thank you.

Monday, February 27, 2006


What is it? I don't know what the word means (or even where it came from) but I do know the name of the program. Combined with something else called XGL under Linux, it's an advanced 3D desktop with features that OS X doesn't have and even Microsoft's upcomming Vista wish it had.

Anyways, read my detailed ordeal with compiz on XGL here:

Saturday, February 25, 2006

Here it is, Kool_Killer!

Well, today, I finally got around to putting together a web page. As sucky as it is, lets give it a whril!

Check it out here:

Let me know what you think!

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Plastic Surgery!

Well, this is a facelift, isn’t it? I found Google Pages late last night, and that started me on a little update-rampage. This blog has a face-lift with some other improvements, such as an update to my list of links. Check them out, especially the first one, where someday I hope to get all of my projects up on the web. Google gives me that chance, with a VERY slick interface. Unfortunately, it was Dugg, meaning, it was posted on Digg’s front page which caused every geek this side of the moon to try to go there at once. Somehow, they managed to take down Google! I’m sure it will be back though. Until then, enjoy…

Monday, February 20, 2006

The EVIL doctor waits...

This semester is actually good! Enjoyable classes combined with some easier topics (and slightly less asshole-ish professors) and overall less workload actually gives me some time for stuff that I want to do. AMAZING!

So what's up then? Well, many things are in the pipeline, of which I can discuss none of. Top-secret, hush-hush type stuff, I assure you.

But, other things are awesome. Came home last weekend and hung out with Dwayne and Earl (who just got married) and made a few rounds to the bars. Most enjoyable, now we just have to get Robertson to come along to Gunners and have Brett serve us a CANNON (100 oz. of beer with it's own tap).

Well, before I wrap this up, I'll tell you about my one friend on the 4th Floor Hamiliton. His name is Chris, although he wants to be called Creese. He's a speaker nut. In his room he has a home-built 5.1 audio setup for his computer. The two front satilites consist of 4 in. woofers with 1 in. tweeters. Rear channels are 3 in. woofers in parallel with some Monsoon flat-pannel speakers. The center channel is impressive, with a 10 in. woofer, two 3 in. woofers, and 2 tweeters. Then, the awesomeness of his 15 in. subwoofer that shakes the entire floor.
But what's really awesome is his DJ setup. He has some pretty nice, but generally standard-issue PA speakers, but then he one-ups it with his BASS TOWER. Four 15 in. subwoofers in a tower about 6 ft. tall. Incredibly impressive to see, and even better to feel. Man, when I get enough money, he's building me one of those, heh.