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I'd like to order a few (three or four?) small posters online. What's the best place to do so? 18 x 24" or so. Five 18 x 24" color posters (mounted to foam boards) from the FedEx/Kinko's is $179.

Does anyone know of a relatively easy way to watermark a multi-page PDF via PHP at the time of download? I'll do my usual research, but if anyone knows of a quick way that works, I'd love to hear it.

Merry Christmas!

That is all. The bulk of our day was spent watching some guy who shouts "Live action!" every four minutes.

Winner Is

I only see loser's here. I award 72 :doh:s to LongHorn Steakhouse.

Four Kinds of Tie Knots

The traction drive spring for the Husqvarna 10530 SBE is part #532180926.

I heard this trivia question while on hold: What King became President of the United States of America? Gerald Ford, who was born Leslie Lynch King, Jr. before being semi-adopted and changing his name on December 3, 1935.

2012's Worst Words - I'm so glad I didn't hear of many of them. 2012's Top Tech Fails. Spoiler: Apple's Maps wins. Meh, whatever. I've never had a problem with them. I'd have voted for how freaking useless and slow Siri turned out to be. Artisanal Water - Yeah, people apparently buy it. Gun nuts […]

Fixing up an Old Mustang

The Real Thing from Union HZ on Vimeo.

Larry Hagman, RIP

I'm a few days late on that, but I wanted to read and then link to this story about Larry Hagman from Mark Evanier. I will admit to watching the new Dallas, mostly in the background while I did work, and to having been a little too young to really get into it when I […]

The full article is here and worth a read. I remember spending hours making some levels in some first-person shooter games. This looks more fun.

Fixing the Electoral College

I wrote quickly about this before, but Mark Jaquith has another take on how to fix the electoral college. In short, he finds it obnoxious (as I do) that many states and worse the biggest population centers and entire regions are overlooked because they're not swing states, and people know how that state will vote. […]

Truth Seeking

"Believe those who are seeking the truth. Doubt those who find it." - André Gide

Competition for Kids?

Competition for Kids? It's good for them. Everyone's a winner! (It's bad.) View Results

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