Sunday, August 24, 2003

Full Sail Real World Education djfamousa: This site is the Crazy! It doesn't get much better than this folks.
DivX: Download DivX Video djfamousa: Ok for all you who watch movies on your computer, this codec is mandatory.
O'Neal hopes Bryant's case will be resolved quickly: "O'Neal hopes Bryant's case will be resolved quickly

KEN PETERS, AP Sports Writer " djfamousa: Me too! Kobe is just like anyother guy out there. Only difference is that he's famous. If he wasn't there would just be another girls broken heart out there.
Reuters | Latest Financial News / Full News Coverage: "Neptunes Set for Own No. 1
Sun August 24, 2003 03:37 PM ET
By Geoff Mayfield
LOS ANGELES (Billboard) - The songwriting/production team known as the Neptunes has helped craft No. 1 albums for Jay-Z, Britney Spears, 'N Sync, Nelly and Mystikal. For next week's Billboard 200, Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams are in position to claim their own No. 1.
Opening-day numbers from leading music chains have sales executives estimating a first-week take of at least 220,000 copies for 'The Neptunes Present Clones,' a multi-act offering on Star Trak/Arista. Nelly, Ludacris and Snoop Dogg are among the album's contributors, while Williams' own 'Frontin',' featuring Jay-Z, has sat for two straight weeks at No. 1 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks." - Computer User Challenges RIAA: "Computer User Challenges RIAA

'Jane Doe' says industry subpoena of personal info is unconstitutional.
Scarlet Pruitt, IDG News Service
Friday, August 22, 2003
An anonymous computer user has struck back at the recording industry's recent campaign to uncover individuals illegally trading copyrighted music online by filing a motion that challenges a subpoena asking her ISP to hand over her personal data. djfamousa: Hell ya! File that motion!


The motion was filed in Washington, D.C., on behalf of a 'Jane Doe' ISP subscriber in California, who claims that the industry's methods are unconstitutional and a threat to her privacy, according to the woman's lawyers."
Reuters | Latest Financial News / Full News Coverage: "NASA's Newest Telescope Ready to Launch Sun August 24, 2003 09:36 AM ET

By Brad Liston
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - The universe will look quite different to astronomers after the launch on Monday of NASA's latest satellite observatory, built to see objects either too cold to cast their own light or obscured by interstellar dust.
From failed stars that never turned on, to the galaxy's own dust-shrouded heart, the Space Infra Red Telescope Facility will look into the dark, cold corners of the universe, making itself sensitive to the faintest heat signatures by cooling its own instruments to just a degree or two above absolute zero.
The $700 million satellite is poised atop a Boeing Delta II rocket at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station for a nighttime launch at 1:35 a.m. EDT." - Israeli rocket attack kills four in Gaza - Aug. 24, 2003: "Israeli rocket attack kills four in Gaza" Both sides accuse the other of failing to live up to their peace process commitments. djfamousa: It's all your fault! No it's not, It's your fault! Ummm Ya, that really works.
Palestinians fire rocket near Israeli city of Ashkelon: "Palestinians fire rocket near Israeli city of Ashkelon"

djfamousa: Ok, doesn't all this action seem a bit nuts? Don't recent events seem like they are all happening too fast? The Middle East region is devastated by war and yet there is supposed to be a peace that develops there? If that is true, I can only see that happening through prophecy. By man's own works, an everlasting peace can never be obtained.
NOVA Online/Pyramids -- The Inside Story: "Have you ever dreamed of exploring the pyramids of Egypt? If so, enter here, wander through the chambers and passageways of the Great Pyramid, and learn about the pharaohs for whom these monumental tombs were built. You can also follow the 1997 field season of a team of archaeologists as they excavated the bakery that fed the pyramid builders."

Saturday, August 23, 2003

Mars swings by for close-up view: "Mars swings by for close-up view" djfamousa: This phenomenon won't happen again for another 200 years. Isn't It magnificent how the universe works? The more we find out about this place we call earth, the more everything seems to have been planned. Everything outside of what humans make runs perfectly and without error. When you look at the structure of a simple leaf, the perfect shapes and colors and patterns, you can't help but realize that there must be a Creator of it all. To realize the beauty that is all around which is not manmade, is to realize the works of the Creator of the Heavens and of the Earth.
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California Lottery - Welcome djfamousa: I can dream can't I? The first thing I would do if I won the lottery would be to make sure all of my family and relatives are setup for life. Then I would have to make sure all of my current friends are setup too. Then I would get myself a big house to chill out at and not work anymore. Then I would try and learn some artistic things like painting or something. I would always eat well and my house will always be open to all of the homies 24/7 365. I would also have to have a 6 car garage for all the ferraris and lambo's. Then i would also have to donate a large portion of it to help needy people. Sounds fun to me =).
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