Bouzou is a weblog I hadn’t …

Bouzou is a weblog I hadn’t seen yet. The content is great; the design is well, green.

The CPen is an interesting and promising tool.

A new report shows that it may cost up to $3,100 per PC to migrate to Windows 2000. I don’t have the invoice in front of me but we recently bought two new setups for some new employees, one a Mac setup and the other a Compaq PC. If I remember correctly, the total price the PC setup including 21-inch monitor, video card, and extra RAM was about 30-40% higher than a similarly configured Blue & White Mac G3 with extra video card and identical 21-inch monitor.

How to Help Someone Use a Computer.

Criminy! How did I miss Zeldman’s Daily Report? (Online since 7/15/97)

Handmade signs guaranteed to get you on The Today Show.

The only thing I don’t like about Strange Brew’s new design is the date format. I like this design so much that I put it back on my “Sites I Visit Often” list.

Oh, the joys of database matches. [via Strange Brew]

Lots and lots of error codes. [Bookmark it.]

Sesame Street Sounds Collection.

Advertising jokes.

A co-worker told me about the sex man page in Unix, but I wasn’t sure whether to believe him or not. [via Indirection]

You know what’s so cool about the Bravo Channel? I just finished watching Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (a strangely bizarre movie) which was followed by a documentary on Nashville songwriters called Hillbilly Hollywood. Now they’re showing some opera. That’s it, screw all those other shit channels. From now on, it’s nothing but HBO, Bravo, the Travel Channel, and Discovery for me. I’m making a safe assumption that the new season of shows on the networks this Fall are going to crash and burn, as they always do.

Apple proves that bigger is better in France. Wow, those are huge!

Posted by Cameron Barrett at September 9, 1999 12:52 PM