The Core Dump

A strong conviction that something must be done is the parent of many bad measures

[By Nic Lindh on Friday, 03 March 2006]

Mini me

People of Earth: It’s time we all come together as one to make sure Steve Jobs gets richer.

To this end, I have ordered myself a Mac Mini. Dual Core with the RAM maxed out, natch. Still thinking about a name for the little beastie, but if I continue my tradition of naming my computers after people and things in William Gibson novels, it will probably be dubbed Ashpool.

So, look in the mirror and ask yourself, “What have I done for Steve today?”

Soundtrack: “Can I keep him?” by Marit Bergman itunes

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