Friday, March 31, 2006

Attorneys: Apple's Volume Limit Admits Flaw

There have been plenty of articles about Apple finally introducing a maximum volume setting for the iPod. In France Apple was forced to do this because laws there require no device to pump more than 100 db in order to protect the hearing of the public. And, of course, there is a class-action lawsuit against Apple here in the US as well.

This particular article from CIO magazine speaks to an important issue – by adding the volume control Apple is legally admitting guilt.

I don’t like how our culture has become lawsuit crazy. People seem to sue for anything and everything – it’s become a new type of legal lottery. However, I will say that I strongly believe that the Apple iPod has a serious design flaw and I’m very pleased that this lawsuit is proceeding.

When I listen to my iPod Nano when walking or running, I will often adjust the volume so that I can hear the music over the ambient noise level around me (improving the signal-to-noise ratio). Sometimes I’m in a quiet setting so I set the volume low, and other times I’m on a busy street so I set the volume up.

Since this lawsuit began I became aware of this and I noticed that in those noisy settings I was turning my Nano’s volume up to the maximum without realizing it. As an experiment I tried listening to it at maximum volume in a quiet setting and it was so loud it made my ears ring – without realizing it I have been hurting my ears for months!

I’ve been experimenting with several headphones and I’ve discovered that the earbuds require more power to overcome ambient noise because they don’t block outside noise the way normal headphones do. I’ve also experimented with some noise-canceling headphones and with them I can still enjoy my music with about 20% less volume. This new volume limiter feature would help protect me and many others.

I checked my other portable music players and ALL of them have volume limiters on them, so this is not a new idea. From what I’ve read even this new feature is flawed – I want to be able to optionally simply set the Nano to produce “safe levels” of audio without having to guess how many db that is "by ear".

I do think that Apple is guilty in this case and I hope the lawsuit is successful against them. I find Apple’s “we know better than you” attitude to be quite arrogant and tiresome. My next music player will be a Creative Labs Zen Vision: M.

Thursday, March 30, 2006

Smart Animals

Humans are the only tool-using animals, so we're superior to all others. Bullshit.

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

What Do You Believe Is True Even Though You Cannot Prove It?

The College Theme Paper: He vs. She

Remember the book "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus"? Well, here's a prime example offered by an English professor at an American University.

"Today we will experiment with a new form of composition called the tandem story. The process is simple. Each person will pair off with the person sitting to his or her immediate right. One of you will then write the first paragraph of a short story. The partner will read the first
paragraph and then add another paragraph to the story. The first person will then add a third paragraph, and so on back and forth.

Remember to reread what has been written each time in order to keep the story coherent. There is to be absolutely NO talking and anything you wish to say must be written on the paper. The story is over when both agree a conclusion has been reached."

The following was actually turned in by two of my English students:

Rebecca -last name deleted, and Gary - last name deleted.



(first paragraph by Rebecca)

At first, Laurie couldn't decide which kind of tea she wanted. The camomile, which used to be her favorite for lazy evenings at home, now reminded her too much of Carl, who once said, in happier times, that he liked camomile. But she felt she must now, at all costs, keep her mind off Carl. His possessiveness was suffocating, and if she thought about him too much her asthma started acting up again. So camomile was out of the question.


(second paragraph by Gary)

Meanwhile, Advance Sergeant Carl Harris, leader of the attack squadron now in orbit over Skylon 4, had more important things to think about than the neuroses of an air-headed asthmatic bimbo named Laurie with whom he had spent one sweaty night over a year ago. "A.S. Harris to Geostation 17," he said into his transgalactic communicator "Polar orbit established. No sign of resistance so far..." But before he could sign off, a bluish particle beam flashed out of nowhere and blasted a hole through his ship's cargo bay. The jolt from the direct hit sent him flying out of his seat and across the cockpit.



He bumped his head and died almost immediately but not before he felt one last pang of regret for psychically brutalizing the one woman who had ever had feelings for him. Soon afterwards, Earth stopped its pointless hostilities towards the peaceful farmers of Skylon 4. "Congress Passes Law Permanently Abolishing War and Space Travel," Laurie read in her newspaper one morning. The news simultaneously excited her and bored her. She stared out the window, dreaming of her youth, when the days had passed unhurriedly and carefree, with no newspapers to read, no television to distract her from her sense of innocent wonder at all the beautiful things around her. "Why must one lose one's innocence to become a woman?" she pondered wistfully.



Little did she know, but she had less than 10 seconds to live. Thousands of miles above the city, the Anu'udrian mothership launched the first of its lithium fusion missiles. The dim-witted wimpy peaceniks who pushed the Unilateral Aerospace Disarmament Treaty through the congress had left Earth a defenseless target for the hostile alien empires who were determined to destroy the human race. Within two hours after the passage of the treaty the Anu'udrian ships were on course for Earth, carrying enough firepower to pulverize the entire planet. With no one to stop them, they swiftly initiated their diabolical plan. The lithium fusion missile entered the atmosphere unimpeded. The President, in his top-secret Mobile submarine headquarters on the ocean floor off the coast of Guam, felt the inconceivably massive explosion, which vaporized poor, stupid, Laurie and 85 million other Americans. The President slammed his fist on the conference table. "We can't allow this! I'm going to veto that treaty! Let's blow 'em out of the sky!"



This is absurd. I refuse to continue this mockery of literature. My writing partner is a violent, chauvinistic semi-literate adolescent.



Yeah? Well, you're a self-centered tedious neurotic whose attempts at writing are the literary equivalent of Valium. "Oh shall I have camomile tea? Or shall I have some other sort of F***ING TEA??? Oh no, I'm an air headed bimbo who reads too many Danielle Steele novels."















Get f****d.



Eat s**t.






Go drink some tea - whore.


(Teacher) A+ - I really liked this one.

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

You Know You're a Christian Fundamentalist When...

10 - You vigorously deny the existence of thousands of gods claimed by other religions, but feel outraged when someone denies the existence of yours.

9 - You feel insulted and "dehumanized" when scientists say that people evolved from other life forms, but you have no problem with the Biblical claim that we were created from dirt.

8 - You laugh at polytheists, but you have no problem believing in a Triune God (The Father, The Son and the Holy Ghost).

7 - Your face turns purple when you hear of the "atrocities" attributed to Allah, but you don't even flinch when hearing about how God/Jehovah slaughtered all the babies of Egypt in "Exodus" and ordered the elimination of entire ethnic groups in "Joshua" including women, children, and trees!

6 - You laugh at Hindu beliefs that deify humans, and Greek claims about gods sleeping with women, but you have no problem believing that the Holy Spirit impregnated Mary, who then gave birth to a man-god who got killed, came back to life and then ascended into the sky.

5 - You are willing to spend your life looking for little loopholes in the scientifically established age of Earth (few billion years), but you find nothing wrong with believing dates recorded by Bronze Age tribesmen sitting in their tents and guessing that Earth is a few generations old.

4 - You believe that the entire population of this planet with the exception of those who share your beliefs -- though excluding those in all rival sects - will spend Eternity in an infinite Hell of Suffering. And yet consider your religion the most "tolerant" and "loving."

3 - While modern science, history, geology, biology, and physics have failed to convince you otherwise, some idiot rolling around on the floor speaking in "tongues" may be all the evidence you need to "prove" Christianity.

2 - You define 0.01% as a "high success rate" when it comes to answered prayers. You consider that to be evidence that prayer works. And you think that the remaining 99.99% FAILURE was simply the will of God.

1 - You actually know a lot less than many atheists and agnostics do about the Bible, Christianity, and church history - but still call yourself a Christian.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

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Monday, March 20, 2006

A 110 Year-Old Tribute to the Bicycle

In my search for the oldest recorded sound, I discovered that UC Santa Barbara has a wonderful project to preserve old "Wax cylinder" recordings by digitizing them. Hundreds of these recordings are available for you to enjoy online.

I found a cylinder recording, which is between 107 and 110 years old. It's a comedy routine by Cal Stewart (1856-1919) performing his character “Uncle Josh”. In this recording he talks about those “new fangled bicycles” and his exploits trying to ride one.

It turns out that the first popular bicycle was the “High Wheel” bicycle. These became popular with young men in America in 1880 despite the fact that they cost about six-months salary to buy.

This design of bicycle was pretty dangerous. There was no suspension of any kind, and the wheels were made of solid rubber. The reason for the gigantic front wheel was because the bigger the wheel, the smoother the ride and faster the rider could go. Unfortunately is also meant that the rider was higher and falls were more catastrophic. Not to mention the fact that when the High Wheel did hit something, the rear wheel would rotate up, slugging the rider in the back of the head as he was falling forward and his face simultaneously smacked into the street, then, to add insult to injury the handlebars would hook and lock his legs in place forcing him to be stuck against the ground.

It wasn’t until the late 1890’s and early 1900’s that the “safety” bicycle became popular. This is the bicycle design we’re familiar with today.

In a tribute to the extreme street sport of 110 years ago, I recommend that you go to this website and listen to Cal Stewart’s comedy recording while visiting the Pedaling History Bicycle Museum’s history of the bicycle.

Enjoy your trip back in time!

Sunday, March 19, 2006

Top Ten Hybrid Myths

I really like this article this from Business Week. It has some information I wasn't even aware of, and I've owned a hybrid for over four years!

I figured that after about five or six years I'd need to replace the batteries in my Honda Insight, but this article pointed out...

"The Energy Dept. stopped its tests of hybrid batteries -- when the capacity remained almost like new -- after 160,000 miles. A taxi driver in Vancouver drove his Toyota Prius over 200,000 miles in 25 months, and the batteries remained strong"

How cool is that?!

Saturday, March 18, 2006

Very Funny Waterbed Prank

Click here to see a very funny waterbed prank. I guess there are fat people in Germany as well as the US!

What I like about this video is that every single victim laughed and smiled!

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Wow! Evangelical Christians did WHAT?

"86 evangelical leaders who are challenging the Bush administration on global warming. Their "Evangelical Call to Action" argues that there's no real scientific debate about the dangers of climate change -- an assertion that many balk at. The group is calling on the government to act urgently, by, among other things, passing a federal law to reduce carbon dioxide emissions."

Wow! Can you believe this? GOD BLESS THESE GUYS!!

Read the NPR article here.

Monday, March 13, 2006

Cheney Shooting Eyewitness Speaks Out

Finally an eyewitness speaks out about what actually happened during the now famous Cheney hunting "accident". Watch the video here.

Biggest Movie Flops of All Time

I've seen lots of lists of the "world's worst movies" and "biggest Hollywood flops" but every one of these lists seems incomplete -- they list the movies by how much they cost (without bothering to subtract their earnings) or they list the overall loss and don't compensate for inflation.

I've compiled the following lists of movies, ranked by how much money they actually lost at the box-office -- compensated for inflation to 2005 dollars so that you can get a true picture.

I haven't included "secondary market earnings" which includes Cable TV and DVD sales. Depending on how popular these films are on DVD and how cleverly they were marketed in that medium, some of these films might have even made money (or at least "lost less" money).

$99,109,016 -- Heaven's Gate (1980)
$95,600,000 -- The Adventures of Pluto Nash (2002)
$94,382,589 -- Cutthroat Island (1995)
$90,089,425 -- "Inchon" (1981)
$81,500,000 -- Town & Country (2001)
$69,800,000 -- The Core (2003)
$68,400,000 -- Monkeybone (2001)1
$68,000,000 -- "Gigli" (2003)2
$67,682,414 -- "Ishtar" (1987)
$66,852,667 -- The Postman (1997)
$62,600,000 -- Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001)3
$61,100,000 -- Osmosis Jones (2001)4
$57,700,000 -- Soldier (1998)
$57,600,000 -- The Four Feathers (2002)
$57,486,632 -- "Hudson Hawk" (1991)
$54,600,000 -- Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002)
$51,500,000 -- "Battlefield Earth" (2000)5
$46,300,000 -- "3000 Miles to Graceland" (2001)
$34,239,621 -- "Howard the Duck" (1986)6

  1. I still haven't forgiven Brendon Fraser for the 2 hours of my life that I threw away watching this terrible film.
  2. Not even the power of Jennifer Lopez's sweet ass could save this stinker.
  3. I really love CG, so I've watched this one three times trying to see if I could figure out the inscrutable plot. I still haven't figured it out. Too bad.
  4. I actually really enjoy this film! I own it on DVD.
  5. I watched this one and laughed out loud at how bad it was. John Travolta's acting was so bad it was hard to believe. The plot was filled with so many plot holes and ridiculous events that it's not possible to suspend disbelief no matter how hard you try. Boy -- was this film BAD!
  6. This is often credited for being the worst movie of all time. It isn't even available on DVD yet (and for good reason!). The duck-on-human sex scene still haunts me. What a stinker!

Sunday, March 12, 2006

Republicans Against Bush

"If I had a choice and Bush were running today against Bill Clinton, I'd vote for Bill Clinton"
- Bruce Bartlett, a former Reagan administration Treasury Department official

Bruce Bartlett's book, "Impostor: How George Bush Bankrupted America and Betrayed the Reagan Legacy," is making the rounds of conservative think tanks and talk shows.

"He (Bill Clinton) was clearly a much better president
in a great many ways that matter to me."

Read the interesting article -- Simmering GOP revolt stoked by ports flap.

Friday, March 10, 2006

The God Who Wasn't There

Consider this story:

Divine Intervention

A woman was walking down a dark alley and a suspicious man entered that same alley heading toward her. She silently prayed to God to protect her. She continued walking, and amazingly the suspicious man did nothing to her.

As soon as she reached the street, in the company of other pedestrians and well within the comforting glow of the streetlights she called the police on her cell phone.

The police arrived and arrested the man. Later the police thanked the woman, telling her that that same man had raped and killed another woman that very night.

Months later when the woman testified in court, she had an opportunity to talk to the rapist. She asked him, simply, “Why didn’t you attack me too?” He responded, “Well, that wouldn’t have been very smart with those two big brutes on either side of you”.

The woman was confused as she was completely alone in that alley with the rapist -- but later the woman realized that the “two brutes” were guardian angels that God had sent to protect her.

Now, please consider this story:

The Deal

A man and woman are having a major row over finances. It seems they’re going to be evicted from their apartment because they can’t make the rent. Just when their tempers were about to reach the boiling point, a knock was heard at the door.

The husband answers the door, and a well-dressed man greets the couple.

“I know about your financial problems, and I have a solution for you – that is, if you accept the deal I have to ofer”, he says, in a relaxed voice.

The husband and wife both seriously doubt the motives of the stranger, and they both move to close the door and send him on his way.

“You might want to look at this before you throw me out”, said the stranger, while he held out an open briefcase filled with what looked like hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash.

“Yup, that’s right. This case has five million dollars. It’s not stolen, it’s not marked, it’s not counterfeit – it’s pure, honest, real cash. And, you could have it all -- to spend anyway you like, that is, if you let me explain and you accept the deal.”, he said.

Exchanging suspicious glances, the man and the woman hesitantly let the stranger in, and he sat down.

“Let me explain how this works”, he said, now sitting comfortably, “What I said about the money is completely true, it can all be yours.”

“Yeah,” said the husband, “but there’s got to be some sort of catch, right?”

Upon hearing this, the man reached into his suit jacket and pulled out a shiny unmarked rectangular metal box the size of a pack of cigarettes. The only feature on the metal box was a large red button. He handed the box to the wife.

“All you have to do to get the money is press that button.”, he said, “When you press the button two things will happen… One: I will come to your door, and give the brief case with the money in it. You can spend it anyway you like. You can even keep the case – it’s a Prada case, very nice.” The man then hesitated, and continued in a grim voice, “and then, two:, someone will die.”

“Someone will die?!,” shouts the woman.

“Relax! Don’t worry, it won’t be anyone you know.”, he continued, “That’s right, the moment you press the button someone you don’t know will die, and I bring you the cash. It’s that simple. You have until midnight to decide, after that the deal is off.”

The man got up, and let himself out, closing the door behind him. The room was suddenly very quiet.

The husband and wife sat down and began to discuss the man, the deal, and the incredible need they had for that money. After many hour of discussion the midnight hour was rapidly approaching, and they had to make a decision.

The two had decided that pressing the button was the best choice for them. Sure, they were sad that someone had to die, but since it wasn’t anyone they knew, how much could the loss of that person affect them? The choice was made. With only a few minutes to spare they both, together, pressed the red button.

Before their fingers had even left the button a knock was heard at the door. The well-dressed man stepped in, and handed them the brief case.

“There you go. You can count it if you want, “ he said, “it’s all there. Now please, give me back the button.”

As the husband handed the button back to the man, the wife opened the case and began digging through the fortune at her fingertips – she was jubilant.

“Okay, we’re done. Enjoy your money,” said the well-dressed man as he turned on his heel, and went to leave.

The husband interrupted the man, “Thank you, sir, this cash will really save us…. I do have one question, though… what happens with the button now?”

“Well,” the well-dressed man said, “I’ll take it to someone else who really needs five-million dollars and I’ll offer them the same deal”

The husband looked at the well-dressed man with a slightly confused look on his face.

The well-dressed man continued, “Don’t worry, it won’t be someone you know”.

The first story is very popular and can even be considered inspirational. We feel good about the fact that this woman was protected from a terrible crime and perhaps even death by her simple, humble prayer to a receptive and loving God.

The second story leaves us thinking that the well-dressed man is either some agent of Satan, if not the very devil himself. It all seems like such a good deal until we realize that the very couple we had just gotten to know could very easily be the next to die. Surely this is a devil’s deal.

Now, let’s take a look at the hidden dark-side of the first story. It’s easy to miss it. Can you figure it out?

The woman who prays is saved from rape, but the rapist did indeed rape and kill another woman earlier that very evening. Yes, she was saved, but another woman was not. The “other woman” was brutally raped and murdered.

The woman who is saved by her two guardian angels doesn’t really dwell on that fact. She’s just happy that God heard her prayers and she was saved. The “other woman” is simply and conveniently forgotten.

Why is it convenient? Well, because if any person with a rational mind, and a considerate nature is to think through the blessing, they would realize that…

“in order for someone to be blessed, one or more other people must be cursed”

Richard Carrier is an atheist. He is a historian and the author of “Sense and Goodness Without God”. In the documentary “The God that Wasn’t There” he’s asked, “If you could just accept Jesus as your personal savior, then end up in heaven, it’s it worth it to do that?”

Carrier’s response left me dumbstruck. I’ll paraphrase…

“If I find myself in heaven, it couldn’t be a place I could enjoy regardless of what type of paradise it is. This is because all I would be able to think about would be all of the millions of people that were burning in hell for no good reason. How could I be happy when so many are suffering? And, over what -- simple belief? What sort of insane God would create an inequity of this magnitude? And how could I worship such a God?”

How, I ask, could any person – especially a so-called “loving Christian” – accept this deal? How could any caring person ‘be okay with” millions if not billions of souls suffering in hell forever? How can anyone embrace a God that is this arbitrary – this insane?

Now, reconsider the second story – The Deal. In this story, the well-dressed man was in no way evil – he simply offered a deal. The “evil” comes from the couple’s inability to think beyond themselves. If they had thought about others, they would have realized that their own mortality hung in the balance, and they would have simply passed on the cash. It seems that at least with the devil, the insanity is in the hands of the humans, not the deity.

I found the documentary “The God that Wasn’t There” to be very thought-provoking. Through it I discovered:
  • That the early founders and followers of Christianity believed in Jesus as a divine being – not a physical man who walked the earth. They were completely unaware of even the idea that Jesus had walked the earth.

  • The entire story of Jesus (found in the Gospels) seems to be a new or reworked “hero story” which is highly derivative of well known hero stories of the day.

  • The Jesus story is very derivative of several pagan savior cults which were widely practiced with the gospels were being written.

  • Christian preachers intentionally avoid teaching any of the above facts to their flock.
The film also features interviews with:
  • Sam Harris, PEN Award-winning author of The End of Faith

  • Robert M. Price, Jesus Seminar fellow and author of The Incredible Shrinking Son of Man

  • Alan Dundes, Professor of Folklore at the University of California at Berkeley

  • Richard Carrier, historian and author of Sense and Goodness Without God

  • Barbara & David P. Mikkelson, authors of the Urban Legends Reference Pages at (I will credit them for the story “Divine Intervention” above)
I strongly recommend this film. It is currently available on DVD. I rented the film from Netflix. Here is a link to the official movie website.

Happy blastphemy!

Thursday, March 09, 2006


The Sony QRIO is an Impressive Robot

Well, until yesterday I was pretty impressed with Honday's Asimo bipedal robot. Then, I met Sony's QRIO, which is a much more impressive machine. Like Asimo, QRIO can walk and run. QRIO has a unified body movement that allows him to combine motion in a very realistic and natural way. QRIO can also peform face recognition and conduct autonomous (but simple) conversations while looking individuals in the face and recognizing their voice.

This robot is very close to being a useful android that could actually assist the handicapped, the elderly, do simple office tasks, or even help out around the house.

I am VERY impressed!

Watch these amazing videos:
Here's the main QRIO website.

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Did Toyota invent the hybrid car in 1997?

Nope. Not by a long-shot! In fact, they were 100 years behind the curve.

This Wired article erroneously places the first gasoline/electric hybrid car in 1972. The car they mention is the converted 1972 Buick Skylark which was the work of electrical engineer Victor Wouk. Although much earlier than the Totota Prius of the Honda Insight, Victor Wouk's work was a full 75 years later than the first hybrid car.

From 1897 to 1907, the Compagnie Parisienne des Voitures Electriques in France built a series of electric and hybrid vehicles, including the 1903 Krieger (which additionally featured front-wheel drive and power steering).

At about the same time, Ferdinand Porsche (you might recognize the surname) found a way to integrate electric motors into the weel-hubs of his gasoline/electric hybrid, delivering power directly to the wheels. Using a gasoline engine to drive a generator, these hybrids where known as Lohner-Porsches

In 1900 General Motors built a gasoline/electric hybrid with a 4-cylinder gasoline engine. Their tremendously late re-entry into hybrid vehicles suggests they forgot how to do this in 105 years.

Perhaps most impressive, though, was the Woods Dual Power made in Chicago from 1917 to 1918. This gasoline/electric hybrid worked much like modern hybrids. There are three of these cars known to remain -- one is housed in the Peterson Auto Museum in Los Angeles.

This excellent article from Modern Racer has an excellent article on they history of hybrids.

Monday, March 06, 2006

Robot Mule

This is a video of a real-life robot mule. I'm not sure why its so bizarre looking to me. It's noisy as hell, but strangely fascinating. Watch as people kick it hard to try to knock it down and it just won't fall.

I'll get a Mac and be safe from Viruses! -- NOT!

Read the C-NET article: "Mac OS X hacked in less than 30 minutes"

"The only thing which has kept Mac OS X relatively safe up until now is the fact that the market share is significantly lower than that of Microsoft Windows or the more common Unix platforms...If this situation was to change, in my opinion, things could be a lot worse on Mac OS X than they currently are on other operating systems"

Nano Battery Technology to the Rescue!

The "M1" is a new nano-technology lithium ion battery that was developed by an MIT spinoff company called A123 systems. Made in the USA this new battery has twice the power density of normal Li-ion batteries, peak energy increased fivefold (the cells pack more punch than a standard 110-volt wall outlet), and recharging time is reduced dramatically.

Predictions are that these batteries could dramatically effect the cost effectiveness and range of electric cars, standard hybrids, and plug-in hybrid cars. Not to mention dramatically improve the performance of cell-phones, cam-corders, digital cameras, laptops, etc.

And, if that weren't enough, M1 is very safe, unlike normal li-ion batteries which explode violently when dropped or punctured.

Here is the A123 website, and here is the Wired article. Watch the amazing exploding battery video here.

Saturday, March 04, 2006

This Video Cracked Me Up

I don't normally borrow videos from other blogs, but this one is worth the exception. I really laughed-out-loud at this very funny French video. Enjoy! I borrowed this from Google Video Of The Day.

Thursday, March 02, 2006

Soybean Biodiesel/Electric Hybrid Sportscar

This Biodiesel/Electric Hybrid sportscar gets 50 miles per gallon. Specifically it runs on soybean oil.

What's most impressive about it, is that it was designed and built by highschool students. Were those kids straight-A students? Nope! Some of them were high-school drop outs. Read the amazing story here!

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

More Engrish