Seeing as how, you know, I figured I wasn’t neglecting enough websites already, I’ve blown a good chunk of the last couple of weeks building another one. It’s one of those fancy message boards, which I was actually planning before this FAQ site got prematurely launched… meaning I’ve gotten to the point where I’m dreaming [...]
Entries from April 2nd, 2004
April 19th, 2004 by Ryan Ozawa · 1 Comment · Miscellaneous
Nifty! Facial pattern matching software plus a database of celebrity faces equals “who you look like… if the person looking at you is very drunk and very lonely.” Jen found the site, and sent ‘em both of our pictures. She looks like Uma Thurman, Bjork, and Daryl Hannah. (She’s heard the Bjork comparison before, too.) [...]
April 15th, 2004 by Ryan Ozawa · 2 Comments · Miscellaneous
Dear Governor Lingle: I know you are an advocate of the public charter school system, and I hope my fellow charter school parents and I can count on you to make sure it gets the support it needs this Legislative session.
April 12th, 2004 by Ryan Ozawa · 1 Comment · Miscellaneous
Good News: I got $80 from my stepbrother Eathan. See, I’m such a poor businessman, I never keep track of what my “clients” owe me. While this means I usually end up doing most of the work for free, it also means the occasional payment is a pleasant surprise. Bad News: On my way back [...]
April 7th, 2004 by Ryan Ozawa · No Comments · Miscellaneous
Good news: Sex is good for you. And one imagines being “master of your domain” is included in the definition of “sex” for the purposes of this study. Bad news: Apparently lacking anything more worthwhile to do (like, say, protecting us from terrorists), John Ashcroft is declaring another war, this time on Americans who have [...]
April 2nd, 2004 by Ryan Ozawa · 4 Comments · Miscellaneous
Further evidence that it’s better for everyone that I gave up my MP3 addiction? Two songs that ended up on my hard drive tonight: “Bailamos” by William Hung, and a cover of Christine Aguilera’s “Dirrty” by none other than Hanson. I enjoyed both far more than anyone really should have.