>United States Senator (Choose 1)
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Member of the NJ House of Representatives (Choose 1)
Yes, he is running unchallenged for the Democratic seat. His record is pretty good in my book.
Members of the Board of Chosen Freeolders (Choose 2)
Both Democratic and Republic candidates are covered in this Courier Post article.
So.. Who Am I planning on voting for (in the primary)?
If I had to vote right now I would:
Lautenberg, Adler, Owens, and Stettler.
>The possibility appears to exists that Firefox 3 might reach 1% market share before it is officially releases.
My blog reports exactly 50/50 between Firefox 2 and 3.
Other more mainstream sources are reporting as high as .50% for Firefox 3 from last month.
Firefox 3 might already have reached 1%, and we will find out on June 1st.
>I believe in nothing. But this isn’t an atheism post.
High level physics has this nice little attribute: we really really don’t understand it, nor do we have enough evidence to disprove most current theories
I hereby present my “Crazy Physics Theory of Nothing”:
Matter doesn’t exist. There are no “atoms” as in particles that can not be divided. As to the fundamental “atoms” or building blocks of the universe I foresee two possibilities:
- Small Tears in Space-Time
- Very small patterns in Space-Time that fit together with other very small patterns in space-time and maintain equilibrium
So, what about forces you ask?
- Gravity seems well defined to me at least
- Electromagnetism could just be similar to gravity but at some sort of special frequency that resonants with others that are the opposite of it.
- The others.. similar idea as the above?
So, what do these ideas imply?
- There might be more forces like electromagnetism that can pull different materials together
- We will never discover an “atom” NOTE: “atom” refers to the original meaning of atom, basically, fundamental indivisible building block of the universe
- I have too much time on my hands at 2am and should be sleeping
>It’s called “Better Gmail 2″ and it really just packages a bunch of greasemonkey scripts into easy to use options to modify different aspects of Gmail.
A few of the features:
- Row Highlights
- Force HTTPS
- Hiding Spam Count or Invites
- Alternate theme
Oh, and it apparently works for your Gmail at your domain too.
Give it a try here: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/6076
>A lot of people questioned Mozilla’s protection of their Firefox trademark preventing Debian from using their brand name. They did this because Debian wanted to patch Firefox and still call it Firefox.
What Debian (and Ubuntu) is really doing by maintaining their own patch-sets on packages is forking the entire Free Software Universe. I believe the ability to fork is essential for the free software world. However, maintaining a patch-set against a package should be the last resort for a distributor.
OpenSSL is taking a good amount of heat; For a Debian fork of their software.
Let’s pretend this happened to Debian’s fork of Firefox, which they can only call IceWeasel.
The Firefox brand would be protected from the clear fork of their product.
+1 to Mozilla for foresight