Sunday, February 29, 2004

Jay Leno would be proud of this.

Friday, February 27, 2004

Word of the Day: raffish
I'm not sure, but I think maybe it was the mascot costume that did it. Hey, it was bound to happen sooner or later!

Wednesday, February 25, 2004

Monday, February 23, 2004

Pepsi/iTunes Update:

Well, I am now a whopping 2-for-2: 2 Pepsi's bought, 2 free iTunes songs won. It's a pretty cool promotion, with 100 million free songs (1 in 3) being given away. I must confess, though, that the two Pepsi's I've bought probably wouldn't have been purchased if it wasn't for this promotion. If you are a regular Pepsi drinker, check out this article on how to never lose Pepsi's iTunes giveaway.
For the rest of us, though, here are some thoughts:
Ok, so let's think about the math here. One song from the iTunes Music Store costs $0.99. One 20 Oz. bottle of Pepsi costs more (forgive me for not remembering how much). So sure, you're getting 20 Oz. of Pepsi AND a song for much less than their combined costs, BUT -- if you aren't a regular Pepsi drinker then you're really just paying more for a song. So, here is what I recommend. Every time you see a Pepsi with the yellow cap and are tempted to buy one just to win a free song, DON'T. Instead, just go home and buy yourself one song. It's that easy!
Word of the Day: lambaste

Tuesday, February 17, 2004

I'm sure it will come as a relief to those of you, the few, ashamed, regular readers of this blog, to find out that I will be out of town until Sunday evening. If you've been looking for a better waste of your time, I encourage you to check out Dave Barry's Blog.
Word of the Day: tractable

Saturday, February 14, 2004

If you haven't seen it yet, or tried but found links that have been shut down, here's one that still works (for now!):
The Peanuts in "Hey Ya" by OutKast
I wonder how many guys were tricked into thinking they were going to see Guns 'N Roses...
Hmmmm, and maybe they should serve pork-rinds on the busses, too?
Here is a special Valentine's Day edition of:
Word of the Day: buss

Thursday, February 05, 2004

Sunday, February 01, 2004

Word of the Day: quandary
Need some quality employees for your mediocre business? Consider some of the fine people that help with the Car Talk radio show on NPR: Car Talk: Credits