spanking the monkey

posted 01/31/2002 12:08:00 by matt flesch-kincaid: 103, grade level: 1 commentscomments(0) linklink
no no, it's not what your thinking, but try it out it's fun.

the crew heads to europe

posted 01/29/2002 07:08:00 by matt flesch-kincaid: 52, grade level: 9 commentscomments(0) linklink
documentary film maker h. joseph pinto iii has started to release video shot in europe last summer on his website. this clip shows some interesting interaction between the cameraman (andrew bruck) and his subject (fez). also of interest is the product created when you give a crazy asian (wilfred) a prop, and tell him to go with it, which can be seen here. enjoy.

cooler than aim

posted 01/22/2002 01:12:00 by matt flesch-kincaid: 78, grade level: 6 commentscomments(0) linklink
yes that's right kiddies, there is something *cooler* than aim, and it's called trillian. alright so it doesn't roll of the tounge like aim does, but it is cool and you should check it out.

b-u-t-t...oh wait

posted 01/14/2002 05:09:00 by matt flesch-kincaid: 65, grade level: 10 commentscomments(0) linklink
the seton hall pirates are at it again, of course we beat them in hockey and this could be explained by these pics (1, 2, 3). maybe it's cause they thought we were playing baseball or football, just another reason that you should wish that you went to shp.

hacking comes home

posted 01/14/2002 03:49:00 by matt flesch-kincaid: 41, grade level: 11 commentscomments(0) linklink
this article talks about how you can be a good parent and make sure you're kid isn't *gasp* a hacker. some highlights include "most american families use trusted and responsible internet service providers, such as aol." and "the safest policy is to limit your children's access to the computer to a maximum of forty-five minutes each day." so everyone read up, and make sure that you are a hacker, i mean...never mind.