Mozilla 1.0 has been released! I’ve been raving for some time now about how great this browser is. Some of my favorite features include tabbed browsing, built-in ad blocking (popup and regular “banner” type), and a very nice user interface. Best of all, all of the coding has been done in the open source community under the sponsorship of Netscape. The fact that it’s a great alternative to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is reason enough for me, as I refuse to use the inferior product that’s forced upon the unwitting public by Bill Gate’s Evil Empire.

The citizens of Boulder, CO are just a bit thin-skinned, in my opinion. Rather than enjoy a flyover by a USAF B-1 for the University of Colordado’s AFROTC graduates, some citizens have vowed to complain to their congressman about the noise and “insensitivity” of the USAF. Gimme a break…

Thanks to Steve for the story…

Why did the US Embassy in Kenya receive 14 cows? The story is touching and poignant, and shows that some things transcend global boundaries.

When members of the Masai tribe in Kenya first heard about the 9/11 attacks, they really had no perspective from which to understand the impact it had on the US. When a tribe member studying as a medical student in the US returned to his kinsmen and told the horrific story, the tribe decided that something needed to be done. The result is a priceless gift that stands as a testimony to the tribe’s compassion and humanity.

Yo Joe! We can all learn a lot from the G.I. Joe cartoon. Here’s an archive of all of the “Knowing is half the battle” endings.

The ‘canes win Game 1! On paper, Detroit is the much better team, but I have to admit that I was rooting for the underdog. Perhaps the folks at ESPN have a little “egg on their face” after this victory…

Click or save this link to a Windows Media movie! In the clip, Conan O’Brien’s Triumph the dog conducts a hilarious interview of Stars Wars geeks waiting in line for the movie. It’s pretty huge (17MB!), but well worth the download if you can handle the size.