Andrea Immer – If it’s Chardonnay, it should smell like Chardonnay. If you don’t know what Chardonnay should smell like, then you just want the scent to be pleasant. If you wanted to know exactly why you should swirl that glass of wine (and not just to look cool), you should read Food Network’s Wine [...]
Monthly Archive for June, 2005
Nothing says delicious like a settled Mango Peach Fruizzi… XD Although I’m quite scared to ask what is in one of these things, they’re just too good to cut out from my life. Anyways, July drink specials at Second Cup are the Fruizzi and Tiamo, the latter having tea in it. So many choices!
Apple launched their Educational promotion, and between now and September 24, buy a Mac computer, and you get a free 4 GB iPod Mini (worth $225 with educational discount)! Sweet! Just waiting for the iBooks to update now! (if ever…)
If you own a printer of any sorts, you will come to soon realize that ink costs much more than it should, anywhere upto $80 a cartridge. Lance Ulanoff, over at PC Magazine, gives some perspective to the ink jet printing scene. In a nutshell; do you really need photo quality on powerpoint slides? Lance [...]
Got our butts handed to us in Game 9 vs. Frizz Fros. What, 4-15 loss? Hahaha… Pics at UC-9.
Alvin’s 21st Birthday at Yokozuna was full of fun and frolic! Engineering Ring, MEC E Hoodie, and iPod Mini, oh my! Check out all the pics here! [Captions by Linda & Pictures by A lot of people]
Can you spot the butterdome? Google released Google Earth today, a souped up version of Google Maps. It contains a few extra features, like 3d tilting and attraction indicators. Although for Edmonton, some of the features aren’t implemented, it is still a pretty cool way to fly around Edmonton and see what its like. Tilting [...]
Happy 21st Birthday Alvin, Mr. Campus Ambassador Coordinator! You should get one of your ladies to give you a massaaageee or something.
Michelle (my mui) is on an engineering Co-op term in Brunei. Although her blog is always filled with interesting facts from Brunei, here is one that caught my eye: Miche – well i’ve leraned some more about how roads work in brunei… hmm u see there’s some trucks…. and they have shining lights at the [...]
My new tagline: I am the Bell Curve. The MIT Weblog survey is a short 15-minute survey that you should fill out if you’re a blogger, and apparently has some really interesting results to go along with it when it is all said and done. I recently took the survey, and am anxiously awaiting for [...]