Quote of the Week

January 24, 2008 at 6:17 am (computers, entertainment, Knowledge, Opinion)

Stephen Hawking

“I think computer viruses should count as life. I think it says something about human nature that the only form of life we have created so far is purely destructive. We’ve created life in our own image.”

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Now for something silly.

January 9, 2008 at 6:53 pm (entertainment, Humor, silly) (, , )

Dolphins play with bubble rings

This a WAY cooler than it sounds, trust me.
Click here to watch the video.

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Quote of the Week.

January 9, 2008 at 6:42 pm (entertainment, Knowledge, Opinion) (, , , , , , , , , )

The new weekly KAOSE feature

This week: Bill Hicks

“The Supreme Court says pornography is anything without artistic merit that causes sexual thoughts, that’s their definition, essentially. No artistic merit, causes sexual thoughts. Hmm… Sounds like…every commercial on television, doesn’t it? You know, when I see those two twins on that Doublemint commercial? I’m not thinking of gum. I am thinking of chewing, so maybe that’s the connection they’re trying to make.”

Thanks to The Konformist for putting these all in one place.

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Zen Habits Moves to Open Source Content.

January 8, 2008 at 2:36 am (BlogNews, entertainment, News, Opinion) (, , , , , , )

Following the path

In a move sure to impress quite a few people (and anger some others, I bet), Zen Habits author Leo Babauta has declared all of his websites content Open Source! In his own words:

I release my copyright on this content.

From now on, there is no need to email me for permission. Use it however you want! Email it, share it, reprint it with or without credit. Change it around, put in a bunch of swear words and attribute them to me. It’s OK. 🙂!!!

To show my appreciation for this move, I:

  • Left a comment on his blog, thanking him for siding with the Open Source movement.
  • Stumbled his blog, and wrote a positive review.
  • Turned off Ad-Block (on his site only) and clicked ALL of his ad links (something I have NEVER done before).
  • And, of course, wrote this blog post, linking back to his site, and the article.
  • I’ll have to think about donating on payday.

    I encourage everyone that reads this to head on over to Zen Habits and check out the rest of Leo’s article (which I won’t repost in it’s entirety). He has some great reasons as to why he’s making this move, and I agree with him 100%.

    One last Thing

    I also release all of my content on Kaose (https://kaose.wordpress.com) from any and all copyrights, and ask only that any of my content is given credit back to me. You don’t have to, of course, but that really doesn’t bother me (although I’m sure that you, dear reader, will link back, :). I’m not blogging to make money. I’m blogging to make a quality site. Zen Habits has the quality I hope to achieve.

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    W00t!

    January 4, 2008 at 8:18 pm (BlogNews)

    My blog has moved up to page two

    When doing a search for “Sean Waterhouse.”

    Sweet.

    I wonder how long before it’s number one on the first page? Page rank #1 is my old Ron Paul meetup profile, which is no longer active. Interestingly enough, though, when I search for “Sean Waterhouse” and Nebraska, it doesn’t show up at all. I’m number 3 (page one) when doing a search for “Kaose.”

    Update (Jan. 9, 2008): Well, it seems that for whatever reason, Google’s algorithm has dropped the KAOSE about page from searches of my name. Strange, especially considering that the Ron Paul meetup group message I left telling them that I was leaving still shows up.

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