Archive for October, 2006

Not to be Outdone – Yahoo Goes Boo Too!

Tuesday, October 31st, 2006


Not to be outdone Yahoo’s got their Halloweened logo. And its animated too!


Google Halloween Graphic!

Tuesday, October 31st, 2006

Google's Halloween '06Google, once again showing the world how to be cool in and keeping up with current events and indeed holidays events. This time, in the form of their infamous google graphic. As you can see I’ve placed it on here, for you all to take a good long look at. Happy Halloween!

Damn Thats Some Big Pumpkin!!

Monday, October 30th, 2006


Still looking for that perfect Halloween pumpkin? Or are you just too lazy? Too cheap? Well its not too late to get into the holiday spirit. Especially not when you can paint the world orange. Literarily! And its Free too!

If you’ve got the Google Earth program (free) visit the Google Earth Blog for instructions on creating the worlds biggest Halloween pumpkin!

(Oct.30) Today we’re celebrating…Haunted Refrigerator Night

Monday, October 30th, 2006



Haunted Refrigerator Night
Who knows what evil lurks in the back of your fridge.

Devil’s Night (Mischief Night)
The night before Halloween and a night for harmelss and fun pranks.

Create a Great Funeral Day
A day to remind us of the benefits and satisfaction that comes from creating your own funeral and services.


(Oct.29) Today we’re celebrating…The Interweb’s Birthday

Sunday, October 29th, 2006

Happy Birthday to The Internet**

It was thirty-seven years ago today
When Standford Research Institute got the gang to play
And they came the UCLA way
So “ARPANET” became a “series of tubes?”***
And Happy Birthday to
Al Gore’s little kid…the Internet

*sung really, really badly to the tune of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

**On October 29, 1969 the first data link up between computers from UCLA and The Standford Research Institute was successful, thus ushering in what would become ARPANET – the predecessor of the the Internet.
FYI: The email symbol @  was adopted for use in 1972.

***Series of tubes was a metaphor used by  United States Senator Ted Stevens (R-Alaska), to describe the Internet in a Wednesday, June 28, 2006 speech about network neutrality” OY! Our governmental geniuses at work.
Source: Wikipedia


“I Spent the Whole Night Waiting for the Great Pumpkin…You Blockhead”

Saturday, October 28th, 2006



And so another Halloween night passes with Linus still waiting for the Great Pumpkin after last nights broadcast of “Its the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown”. Sigh!


Hey, aren’t you going to wait and greet the Great Pumpkin, huh? It won’t be long now! If the Great Pumpkin comes I’ll still put in a good word for you.

Good grief! I said “if.” I meant when he comes. I’m doomed. One little slip like that could cause the Great Pumpkin to pass you by. Oh, Great Pumpkin where are you…

Till next year…

Reminder: Daylight Savings Time Ends Tonight

Saturday, October 28th, 2006




Just a reminder that Daylight Savings Time ends tonight (Saturday) at 2AM. Enjoy some extra ZZZZZZs after you’ve turned your clocks back 1 hour before bedtime tonight . 

BTW – This is a great clock isn’t it? I found this @ the X-O Facto website and its a resin model kit (sculptured by Rocco Tartamella) and made by Earthbound Studios. With Halloween just a couple of days away – its perfect!

Source: Monster Wall Clock

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