Tuesday, July 13, 2004

Tuesday's Titanium Tongs

Don't ask about the title.

Well, for me, yesterday was back to reality. After a weekend of Disney Land and Spiderman, I got to sit down to notes, projects, and a Midterm for Health. That was just oodles of fun.

Microsoft announced that Service Pack 2 (SP2) will once again delayed. This time, until august. They choose to delay it as IE and Windows are going through some of the worst security vulnerability attacks this year. Good timing, Bill.

Apple broke 100,000,000 songs sold on its iTunes Music Store at 10:26pm on Sunday night. The 100 millionth customer was Kevin Britten, 20, of Hays, Kansas. He downloaded the 100-millionth song Sunday "Somersault (Dangermouse remix)" by Zero7. He gets a Powerbook, an iPod, and 10,000 more songs. Nice. I still prefer Walmart Music downloads, but hey, that's me.

Random Question for the day:
If money doesnt grow on tree's, then why do banks have branches?

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