Archive for May, 2012


On a wing and a prayer: The extraordinary hanging monasteries that cling to the sides of cliffs | Mail Online.

Got some wicked storms coming this way!

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Wayne Williams
USN, ret.

Holy cow, these things sound great!  Got them on Amazon for $55, that’s about half off.  Brand new in the box.  They have the standard audio jacks, plus they come with an adapter to use on the USB port, which is what I need.  Nice pair of Plantronics, here’s the link to Amazon:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003NVMDYY/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00

I highly recommend these things.  Very nice.Image

I mean, look at this putz.  Dresses like a homeless bum, worth a mint and can’t even dress properly for his own wedding.  Tie undone, hands in his pockets, the jacket on the mess he calls a suit isn’t even buttoned.  What a waste of a talented person.

 

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I’ve been using TweetCaster for Twitter. You should check it out. It’s the #1 mobile Twitter app. http://www.tweetcaster.com

Hi there,

Wayne Williams just shared an Instagram photo with you:

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“Braves baseball!!”
(taken at Wayne’s Castle)

Thanks,
The Instagram Team

What price music?

Spotify or Pandora?  What say you?

This is such awesome stuff. It’s amazing how sensitive our landbased telescopes are.

Light Years

For the first time, light coming directly from a “super-Earth” planet outside our solar system has been detected.

NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope spotted the light shining from 55 Cancri e, a massive, scorching hot planet located about 41 light years away.

Super-Earths are up to 10 times more massive than our Earth, but lighter than gas giants like Neptune, NASA says. They can be made of gas, rock or a combination of both. Some scientists believe super-Earths have a better chance of being habitable than planets closer to the size of Earth.

Super-Earth 55 Cancri was discovered in 2004. Spitzer and other telescopes already have recorded how light from the planet changed as it passed in front of its star. In the new study, Spitzer measured how much infrared light comes from the planet itself.

The new data indicates the planet is probably dark, and that its sun-facing side…

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Pebble Keeps Picking Up Steam.

I gots to have one of these. I’m a geek, and I’m okay with that.

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