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Snippets #7, Saturday, 03.Jun.2000     (ISSN 1530-9622)

 

____________________S N I P P e T S

______________________________from James S. Huggins' Refrigerator Door

________________________________________#7, Saturday, 03.Jun.2000


__________CONTeNTS

1. Cool Stuff

2. New Award



__________COOL STUFF

     http://www.JamesSHuggins.com/h/oth1/cool_stuff.htm

Recent information includes:

_____Further Reading About COPPA
Part of JimWorld.com, this page provides links to additional resources about
COPPA: the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. Jim was kind enough to
reference my COPPA compliance notice saying: “An excellent article dealing
with ways to step on COPPA land mines by accident.” Thanks, Jim.

_____Darwin Awards June Spotlight
This page features a great look back at the big hazards in a man’s life:
(1) intimate encounters with dangerous objects, (2) showing off for friends,
(3) losing your wits over a woman, (4) voyeurism, (5) living on the wrong
side of the law, (6) working.

_____Man drives pickup onto friend's roof as a stunt
This is the first part of a great story. Check this out. Then see part 2
below.

_____Man who drove truck onto roof being sought by Kent police
Not quite the Darwin Awards. But close.

_____High Schools Discourage Use of Free e-Mail Sites
Unbelievable. Each school in Houston get 50 whole megabytes for websites at
the whole school. This website takes twice that! Paul Simon’s song keeps
ringing in my ears: “When I look back at all the crap I learned in high
school, it’s a wonder I can think at all.”

_____Light exceeds Its Own Speed Limit, or Does It?”: No, I don’t understand
the article yet. But it is still fascinating.

_____Move Over, Dan Rather
She has a cute shock of teal-green hair, a button nose and a voice once
described as Barbie on Quaaludes. She moves. She emotes. She reads the
latest news. The news is real, but Ananova is not. She is a news droid, a
virtual newscaster.

_____The Passive/Aggressive Job Seeker
Recruiters are desperate for the IT pros who are working, not looking. But
there are ways to make sure you get discovered as a non-job-hunter.



__________AWARDS

     http://www.JamesSHuggins.com/h/bas1/awards21.htm

I received a new award for my website.

Lissa's Award: Web Site excellence

Thanks Lissa!

 
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