April 8th, 2004

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When I was in middle school, as a science project my friend build a crude microwave transmitter and receiver. Basicly all that happened was, you put point the transmitter at the antenna, run a current through the transmitter, the antenna would get the microwave signal, converting it back to electricity as an arc across the antenna gap. What's happening in Sicily reminds me a lot fo that. I wonder how many microwave towers are near by.
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Looking for work? Maybe you should be a condom tailor.

In other news, one of my drives died, but I think the system is once again stable. Plus it now has a lowly zip drive, so I can take files to and from school.
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You know, I must be surrounded by a as of yet undiscovered treasure trove of great photographers. Here is a promo for a new book called 25 Under 25. It's 25 supposedly amazing photographers under the age of 25. And yet a number of my friends, jennygarp and uninterrupted and many others blow these photographers away. Maybe it's not how great you are, but just who happens to find your pictures? Perhaps I need to do my own book, My Photographic Friends?