I just watched this video (click here) about the reproductive cycle of the peenworm. It’s an excellent scientific study with ground-breaking discoveries of life on Mars. Evidently this video is a little older, but please bear with me and you shall be enlightened.
For those of you who say there’s nothing but crap on YouTube, I have proof that you are 100% incorrect. Below is the link to the world’s coolest YouTube video. You should really see this. If you do not have a Flash plugin, check out the Windows 386 post for a link on how to convert flash to AVI.
Click here to watch the video
Those machines look like they took forever to put together.
So I’m having fun with this horrifying multimedia extravaganza. If any of you know who Richard Stallman is–who doesn’t?–you know that he will not be the next American Idol (and I don’t think it would particularly bother him).
Well, he has recorded a song about freedom in software and how it benefits hackers, and society in general. The GNU project is actually hosting a copy of this song on their site, and I thought you all might enjoy it if you hadn’t heard it yet.
Here’s the link.
Now I know you all are now asking yourselves “why the hell would manchicken hyphenate the title at the syllable?” Well, once you see this video you will–like me–be hyphenating everything at the syllable. So here’s a teaser about the video…
This is a Microsoft commercial, obviously from the ’80s, about Windows 386. What I find scary is that I think much of that code still lives and breathes in modern Windows. Scary? I think so. Either way, take a look and watch to see what it evidently took in the ’80s to convince someone to forego their freedom and their money in order to obtain software.
Sorry folks, but this does require flash 7 or greater, or some interesting tricks to convert it to an avi or other viewable codec. Go here to learn of such tricks.
Watch it fast before Microsoft sues for IP infringement.
See? It makes you want to dye only portions of your hair and start listening to Flock of Seagulls. Eh? Eh? Aren’t you glad you use Free Software?