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best blog posts from 2006

best blog posts from 2006

It’s time to sum up what I think are the best unlikelymoose.com blog posts of 2006. Here’s the awards: best rant Sears Tower is taller than Petronas Towers and Taipei 101 Petronas and Taipei 101 never knew what hit ’em. best photoshop job double Hancock now that’s a tall building best graphic design critique harolds […]

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wooden camera

wooden camera

Olympus is developing a camera with a wooden shell. It is cypress wood compressed 2.5x its gravity weight (approximately 0.40.5 to more than 1) which makes it stronger than the ABS and polycarbonate resin-based plastics used on most camera cases! I was never a fan of Olympus cameras. Their designs are clunky, bloated, cartoon-like, and […]

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fun alarm clock

fun alarm clock

did i just put the words, “fun” and “alarm clock” together? What’s wrong with me? It’s my first day back to work after having a couple days off for Christmas (even though the Chirstmas holiday continues through January 6). I’m dead tired and I’m talking about fun alarm clocks? I’m delirious. Well, here’s clocky from […]

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how to buy super bowl XLI tickets

how to buy super bowl XLI tickets

We all know the Chicago Bears will win Super XLI on February 4, 2007 in Miami, Florida. I was curious to see how I might be able to purchase tickets to witness this great game. Sad to say, the public’s opportunity to purchase tickets has passed. —————————————– From superbowlxli.org:“The only method the NFL has to […]

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villie park, Illinois

Christmas cards are in the mail! This year’s card is the 10th consecutive card! (Laura K, I don’t have your address.) While I was at the Villa Park Post Office, I noticed the return address on a fellow patron’s box. She wrote her home city as “Villie Park” rather than “Villa Park”. I got a […]

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computer parts relating to human body parts

computer parts relating to human body parts

I’ve been making some art with RAM in it. I bought a big ol box of RAM on ebay for 6 bucks. I love ebay. I’m thinking of different ways to use the RAM. What part of the human body do the following computer parts best represent?RAMhard driveprocessorlogic board I was thinking that the hard […]

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