Daily Archives: January 9, 2007

7 posts

“God is not in this classroom”

I am just reposting my “God is not in the classroom” talk from SBL to test the podcast feed. http://targuman.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2006/11/sbl06.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (5.0MB)  

Congrats to PSU and Coach Paterno

Nittany Lions earn 32nd Top 25 ranking under Joe Paterno Victories in five of its last six games, including a 20-10 decision over then-No. 17 Tennessee in the Outback Bowl, have earned Penn State its 32nd Top 25 ranking under Coach Joe Paterno. The Nittany Lions were No. 24 in the final Associated Press poll and No. 25 in the USA Today Coaches poll, both of which were released early Tuesday (Jan. 9) … But […]

Is this the end of Apple Computers?

Well, at least the name. They are now officially Apple, Inc. On a blog without a name » The end of Apple Computers On a blog without a name A poor substitute for coffee and biscuits « Flexible technology The end of Apple Computers So. Apple has finally given the consumers what they think they want, and as cool a product as no doubt all the blogs will say it is, it could well turn […]

Wishing I could be there…

(And getting one of those iPhones from Mr. Bourne.) As an aside, Mr. Bourne rocks! I sent him an email (well, to his site) asking for suggestions for mics and things and HE replied! Within 2 hours, no less. Rock solid. MacBreak Weekly taping tonight at 21st Amendment Upcoming.org: MacBreak Weekly Live @ 21st Amendment at 21st Amendment (Tuesday, January 9, 2007) Directions to 21A, from Moscone Center Just a reminder that tonight’s live taping […]

Nerdlust – The iPhone

What can I say? This gorgeous. For photos and live texting updates see MacRumorsLive. The Apple Store is back up and running. The iPhone is now listed along with the AppleTV. (It looks like the “wide screen, touch screen iPod IS the iPhone… shame, that should be a separate product.) Omissions: But where are the new monitors with iSight built in? Where was the announcement about Leopard? iWork?