Archive for the ‘Information’ Category

Linking To the New York Times Online

Wednesday, July 4th, 2007

The New York Times website requires a password for access to most articles. This is a pain in the keister when you link to stories on the Times website. There is a free and easy solution.


Free Money - Find Forgotten Accounts - Unclaimed Funds Searches By State

Sunday, July 1st, 2007

Listed below are complete links to each state’s “unclaimed property” bureau. Unclaimed property are generally old bank accounts or security deposits that have been forgotten or never claimed by their rightful owners. Search by your name in any state you have ever lived in.

You would be surprised what money of yours you have forgotten about, and that you can still lay claim to. There are no fees for claiming your funds. This is free money.


China, India, and the Rest of the World

Tuesday, June 26th, 2007

I’ve been doing some population studies, and in trying to get the big picture, I have made a little chart on world population trends by country (source:, which you can take a gander at below: (more…)

Seven Parenting Links to Drive You Crazy

Monday, June 25th, 2007

Here are seven links related to parenting that will drive you crazy and help explain why parenting is driving other people crazy. Hopefully, just hopefully, a parent’s reaction is to shrug in disgust, not worry so much, just do the best they can, and not cave into peer pressure.


5 Random Links for Saturday

Saturday, June 16th, 2007

Here are some stuff I liked. I found it on the Internet.


Fucking Hell

Friday, June 15th, 2007

Sometimes the brain gets tired and it just wants to lash out. It does not want to think and consider, it does not want to explain and illustrate, niggling out every minor detail for the ignorant to grasp. The brain gets tired. The brain would like you to know this or that, maybe where to go shopping for a gift or what it thinks of an upcoming event, but thinking of the words, and typing them, and editing them, are too much.


Websites: Originators versus Aggregators

Wednesday, June 13th, 2007

There are two basic extremes of websites in the world: originators and aggregators. All websites veer somewhere in the spectrum separating these two polar opposites.


How to Dash Off a Quick How-To Post in 6 Easy Steps

Saturday, June 9th, 2007

Many people think that it is difficult to compose a step-based instructional post for their blogs. This is very true but now I will clear the mystery for you in 6 easy steps.


7 Websites For Your News Fix

Thursday, June 7th, 2007

These seven websites are great places to go for your news. It is a list that encompasses both the beautiful and the sublime, the muckrakers and the apologists, the new and the old, the funny and the serious: