Member since: Feb 6th, 2006
Sep 12th 2007 9:16PM "planning on opening up its source code"? Where did you read that?
Dec 19th 2006 12:23PM Since when is NASA a "company"?
Aug 26th 2006 4:16PM I suggested we do a blog post about removing the blog search feature, but that didn't go very far. :-(Where's the cluestick when you need it?
Jul 24th 2006 10:20AM Don't charge for showings on opening weekend. :-)
Or, better yet, go direct to the public on the internet, bypassing the theaters for a few weeks.
Apr 18th 2006 9:39AM As an Ohio native, I like this. :-)
Apr 4th 2006 5:33PM That "Jeremy's list" link goes to a surprising place. Cut-n-paste error?
Mar 13th 2006 3:07PM I've asked the Y! Shopping folks what they're smoking. We'll see what happens...
Feb 21st 2006 11:17AM The really strong turbulence you encountered below the peaks was probably what's known as "rotor" and can be powerful enough to seriously damage a plane.It's surprising that the pilot didn't know about the winds on the ground. Looking at the airport data:http://airnav.com/airport/KTEXI see that they've got AWOS-3 on site, so it should have been broadcasting the latest surface conditions. I also see that the runway is about a mile long. That's pretty good, especially for the cold weather and low density altitude conditions you're dealing with.
Feb 15th 2006 1:09PM How do you suggest we explain to users that blogs and news are so different that we want them to remember yet another place to go?Don't think we haven't had that discussion (and many others like it). Would we be serving a need that Technorati isn't already?
Feb 6th 2006 4:26PM Interesting. I'll have to get that fixed on ysearchblog if the problem is on our end.
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