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Monthly Archives: May 2009

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5.25.09 My Top Ten RIGHT NOW

1. TV Glee It’s all right there in the title. Watching this show just brings happiness, so much so that I’m sad it wont be appearing again until the fall. Featuring a talented cast of Broadway peeps (Mathew Morrison of South Pacific and Light in

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Eternal Life Online

CNN.com, (not my favorite news source but so easy to type) has an interesting article about services that manage your online life after you are dead. These services come in a broad range of areas. Legacy Locker remembers all your online passwords and gives them

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Reynolds & Griffin Book Signing

This last Friday our very own Reynolds and Griffin had their book signing. The Leo Kesting Gallery was full of people, and Ivan Aryee was on the turn tables spinning. Jason Griffin had been up 24 hours a day for the last week putting on

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In the news: New Yorkers for Marriage Equality!

Small pop-culture break for a little bit of Civil Rights Action. Are you a New Yorker who believes in marriage equality? The Manhattan Young Democrats (a group which I happen to be Secretary of in my real life) have spear-headed a letter writing campaign to

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Hack-e Sack’d

Who loves to hack?! Juan and I do. We hack daily with Peter and Chris as a means of aerobic exercise and stress relieving excellence. It has taken over our emotions and provided us with endless smiles, temporarily depleting the frustrations of Drupal and tedious

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InBFlat Music 2.0

In B Flat is an on going web music project that lets you mix your own music videos. Apparently people all over the web have submitted tunes in b flat to this site. Now you can play maestro by clicking on all the different videos

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Just Calm the F*** Down, Michael Bay.

So I saw Star Trek this past weekend (legit and awesome). But before I was able to enjoy that impressively well-executed piece of cinema, I was subjected to two incredibly annoying trailers. The first one was for G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra. Okay. How