Up until this day, I hadn’t the faintest idea that none other than Stephen Colbert had been the featured speaker at the 2006 White House Correspondence Dinner! Google Video bought the rights to it after YouTube and iFilm were asked to take the video down by C-Span. Colbert makes powerful points under the guise of supporting Bush. Link!
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This morning after choir, I finally realized the difference between Mrs. Borton and Mr. Dewald that had been bugging me. Mrs. Borton treats her students like friends, and has fun with them by singing. Mr. Dewald treats his students as though they were a tool that’s, usually, not doing what he wants them to do (read: talking during stops and even during singing.)
The “Nature?!” part of this post has to do with the insane snow-situation that happened after school. I grabbed a camera, and admittedly didn’t make very good pictures, but enough to get the basic idea. Link!
Title says it all! According to not only the front page of The Lansing State Journal, but also numerous other online resources, Google bought YouTube! I for one, think Google will make no harmful changes to YouTube. The reason YouTube was bought was because Google recognized that Google Video was much less popular. I, for one, am ecstatic. This means not only will YouTube employees hopefully get real salaries, but Google will be able to allow YouTube to channel their vast resources! This hopefully means a YouTube that’s even better! Just my two cents. You can see the video of the YouTube creators/leaders on the YouTube homepage.
I was browsing through an old Game Informer, and came across an article on freeware games I had read, but hadn’t checked out the games it listed. One of them I looked at what a “game” called Façade. It’s not so much a game as an experience. You are a character that is invited to a party. You are the only guest, and the couple starts arguing right in front of you. It’s your job to try to help. Download link.
I’ve noticed, maybe you have too, that the SQL parts (blog,forum) are now fast again. I don’t know if it’s because I reinstalled and re-filled the MySql, or if it’s just because I forwarded 3306. I’m hoping that it’s 3306, meaning I’ll know what to check first if it gets slow again
I got home reeeally late from debate, say, 11:00PMish, and decided it was a nice night to break the MySQL server. My intention was to upgrade it and help the lag that’s been getting worse and worse. I’ve finally gotten it running again around 1:52 AM, so I’ll just leave it running. I’ll keep trying to do a backup but MySql is grumpy, but working. Argh, it crashed as I was typing this. You get the picture.
During my daily session of putting things off until I need to stay up to finish them, I came across this on YouTube. Hehe. The ending is funny.
EDIT: Link is broken.
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In other less “oh-look-everything’s-broken”-type news, I’m making a comic for my Language Arts class in GMod, so I’d like to show it off. ^^
EDIT: Here’s the full comic.