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crimulus’ weekly Twitter updates — 2010-09-26

  • JT-Dot-Com: 10/02/10 – Town Crier with Nine Mile Skid – Buffalo Gap Campground – Capon Bridge, WV #
  • It is infinitely better to die in a moment of intense rage than to wallow in the filth of the thousands who pretend to care. #
  • Hey @Twitter … you’re kinda sucking at the moment. #
  • For those just discovering that pushing something makes it move, more abrupt revelations on cause & effect. #
  • RT @spam RT @delbius: The XSS attack should now be fully patched and no longer exploitable. Thanks, those reporting it. #
  • RT @Funfacts In 150 years of bare knuckle fighting only 2 deaths were caused. #
  • “Cassini Equinox Mission: Spring on Titan Brings Sunshine and Patchy Clouds” I love that we can see this … #
  • #Facebook An error occurred while processing your request.Reference #97 8447b1cd.1285273077.44ad5a3 I like the clear timestamp. #
  • #Facebook Service Unavailable – DNS failure Reference #11 8d9cd93f.1285273581.2dd18a6 Oooh something new … #

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crimulus’ weekly Twitter updates — 2010-09-19

  • Very much enjoyed the appearance of Willam B. Davis (AKA CSM :: X-Files) in #Supernatural #
  • RT @Historyday On this day in 1965 The Beatles released their song “Yesterday” as a single. #
  • The convenient path to misanthropy? Limit your hatred to stupid people … that way only a select few are excluded. #
  • This ad appeared on my Facebook right hand column, and with that face, I completely read it as “Sodomizer” #Adobe #
  • Cassini Equinox Mission: F-Ring Shadows #
  • Happy birthday Dan Marino! Oh yeah, happy birthday to my Dad too. ūüôā #
  • JT-Dot-Com: 10/02/10 – Town Crier with Nine Mile Skid – Buffalo Gap Campground – Capon Bridge, WV #
  • NASA Data Track Seasonal Pollution Changes Over India – NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory #
  • JT-Dot-Com: 10/02/10 – Town Crier with Nine Mile Skid – Buffalo Gap Campground – Capon Bridge, WV #
  • It encouraging how specific your body can be about the foods it wants you to eat, particularly when exercising regularly. #

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Independent Film Casting Call “The House at the End of the Lane”

This is the transcript of an email I received from Steve Smith — just passing the word.

Hey, Everyone!

I hope you are having a great Summer!  I just wanted to let you know about an opportunity to be in an independent film:  The House at the End of the Lane.  If you like the Sixth Sense, suspense films by Alfred Hitchcock or stories by Stephen King, I think you would really enjoy this film.  There are numerous and varied parts available.

Cinematographer Glenn Paoli will be working with me on this film.  Glenn will also be composing the musical score.  Glenn has extensive experience in all facets of production.

Casting/Audition times are:  Saturday, July 11th, 4:30 p.m. Р6:30 p.m.; Sunday, July 12th, 1:00 p.m. Р3:00 p.m.;  and, Thursday, July 16th, 6:30 p.m. Р8:30 p.m.  All of these auditions will take place at the Hardy County Public Library in Moorefield.  If available, please bring an 8 x 10 photo and an acting resume.  A dramatic monologue would be nice, but is not essential.

I realize that this is a new experience for most of us in this area.  With the growing amount of talent and technical skill which our area can offer, I believe that this can be a great opportunity for all.  If there is someone you know who might be interested in auditioning, have them contact me.  If you have any questions, please let me know.

Thanks,  I hope to see you all soon!
Steve Smith (304) 851-6535


Posted by on July 10, 2009 in Personal

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CIE Surplus — new, richer, e-commerce ready website!

After a year and a half or so of lots of business at geeXmedia, we finally had some time to build a more robust web front-end for CIE Surplus, whose commissioning of ListApp is really what brought about our company.

Anyway, I wanted to highlight the new features.

First of all, the most important enhancement is the ability to buy items directly from the website!¬† None of the other optimizations we’ve done are worth anything without that functionality.¬† That means you can buy an awesome steal of a deal from a CIE Surplus eBay auction, proceed to check out using the much-upgraded CIE cart, and pile on a bunch of additional blowout deals right from the site, and pay right there.

You can even specify customer pickup.  What does that mean to people in the northern Virginia, Winchester and Berryville Virginia, and West Virginia eastern panhandle area?  Super deals with no shipping charges!

And for the savvy user, there are RSS feeds to track new inventory from wherever you choose.  They are as follows:

Check it out today!¬† They can ship to anyone, so even if you’re not stopping by to pick up, you can get some seriously awesome deals.


Posted by on July 7, 2009 in Commentary, Computers

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