My Mac can record when you fall in a bottomless pit in Super Mario.
Mmmhhh... I haven't even started, and already this is looking delicious.
Thanks to @liscio, I now have this! :-D
Amazon, after I entered a search with "iphone" one of the words: Dear customer, we have no iPhones in stock, but here have some other smartphones.
I have hair again! Well, at least at the front... (http://bit.ly/Jpzz5) #motionportrait
From the @wsanchez-linked article on failed terrorists. I think this helps understand @mattgemmell
(From Apple's libdispatch description page) LOL!
Tried the same as @collindonnell in Google suggest. Different, but similarly weird results (out of context)
Someone should have told the cook what size the plates are… not that I'm complaining, mind you.
Since @codesurgeon & co. have been teasing all day, let's add a tease of my own
There's this whole green bar over on the right, and they scaled down the image, why do you insist on standing in front of the picture?
And in case someone doesn't believe the French fries thing, here's a pic.
Forwarding page around the same time ... was I moving off Mac.com at that time, or was that before?
Fairly OK considering it's from 2001... I was on mac.com at that time.
Late '97. Gosh, I remembered this as looking much cooler and less busy :-S
OMG: This was my web site in 1997
Oh my. Just found a backup of one of my old web sites. This must be from around 2000 or so. Still before zathras.de.
I'd file a bug against Xcode's RSS feed issue, but apparently bug reporter has its "Windows error message day":
Dear Apple, why not test Safari 4 with your own sites before you ship? KTHXBYE rdar://problem/6961736
Someone is trying to do some babelphishing ...
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