These are items that I thought were interesting. Maybe you will find them interesting, maybe not.
Get Rid of Cable With TiVo and a Converter Box
In January 2009 I decided to use an HDTV converter box, an antenna, and a TiVo to watch free TV using only the digital signal sent to my house. I canceled my cable account and I am now enjoying my favorite shows using only the setup described here.
Chernobyl 1986 vs. Fukushima Japan Radiation
The Fukushima Japan 2011 reactor radiation leak really does not compare to the level of radiation released by The Chernobyl 1986 Disaster. Even the radiation exposure from a mammogram (for breast cancer) is more than that released by the Fukushima leak.
Best Encryption Software
Do you have sensitive files on your computer? Bank information? Password files? Maybe even a private journal you don’t want accessible by your roommates? Here’s a list of the ten best data encryption software tools that run on Windows.
A Visual Guide to Inflation
Have you ever wanted to learn how and why inflation exists? Have you ever been curious about how the Federal Reserve effects it? Perhaps this visual guide will help you out.
Avatar to be Released Tomorrow
The best movie of 2009 will be out tomorrow, April 22, 2010. Here's the best place to order it.
Paul's Top 15 Fiction Novels
These are my top 15 fiction novels of all time. Yours may differ, but I think you'll like the ones I've picked. My number one book of all time? Last of the Breed by Louis L'Amour.
Cool Sundial Sculpture (One Day Poem Pavillion)
The results of an extensive exploration with shadows, the One Day Poem Pavilion uses a complex array of perforations to show different lines from a poem.
Top 20 Most Popular Passwords
Is your password one of the Top 20 most hackable passwords? I hope not! After a recent leak of 32 million passwords there has been some fascinating new revelations about our passwords. And guess what the number one password is? It's 123456.
Great Deal on a Samsung 50 Inch Plasma
I just bought this TV after doing a ton of research. I was going to stand in line to get it, but instead I'll just buy it from Amazon from the comfort of home. The best part about it? No tax and free shipping!
What if Cartoon Characters Were Real?
Have you ever wondered what your favorite cartoon character would look like if he or she were real? Wonder no more. I've found some of the best "untooning" pictures out there and I'm sharing them with you.