Tidbits

Rather than studying for my math midterm, I'll deliver you bits of tid, scraped like gristle from the charred frying pan of the Web.

First up, the music industry settled a lawsuit alleging they fixed CD prices. If you bought a CD between 1995 and 2000, you could be entitled to some money. Now I feel a lot less guilty about downloading all those MP3s.

Check out Margaret's latest self-indulgence: a fotoblog featuring her new digital camera (and occassionally me).

Dave Barry has a weblog. He's kind of funny, sometimes.

Tonight you should watch the State of the Union Address (unless you're, say, studying for a math test). If you're not into shallow self-congratulations and platitudes, enliven the evening with the State of the Union Address Drinking Game.

Stupid Quizzes: Which OS are you?

The aforementioned Garafolo is "flummoxed" that she might come across as unpatriotic for protesting the potential war with Iraq. I still find her arguments rhetorical and unconvincing.

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