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September 5, 2007 [ More archived home pages here ]

When You're Hot, You're Hot!

The above image, Photosynthesis is also available as a Desktop

Today's song is Wouldn't It Be Nice by The Beach Boys, released in 1966.

My niece, Denise, in Minnesota, writes me and says the leaves on the trees are already starting to turn there. The end of the Summer is signaled with the Labor Day holiday weekend, from her email it has already started.

Currently, we in Southern California are enduring a heat wave. Many places including here the temperatures are above 90 degrees with moderate humidity. Many of our friends and neighbors are sweltering with this uncommon weather.

We remember high temperatures and very high relative humidity from all those years in Chicago. We are fortunate that we purchased this house new with air-conditioning so inside we are dry and cool.

The beaches are packed, I'm told. Not only are people trying to get relief there, they want to catch all those waves as the summer season begins to come to a close.

I have created many new Desktop Backgrounds in the last month, primarily using Oxidizer. The recent home pages contain many renderings of what I created. I still have about 20 more Desktop Backgrounds of that type to publish in the near future. An artist finds attraction in so many places, it seems.


Gene Weed is back on the Internet Radio at WHAV where he started out decades ago. Gene has a special show upcoming on September 9th, you won't want to miss it.


Microsoft lost its bid to get OOXML approved as a standard. That's good news for consumers, businesses, and governments who don't want to be locked-in to Microsoft's clutches.

All Microsoft really needs to do is fully support the OpenDocument Format (ODF), allowing everyone to exchange Office-type documents without requiring Microsoft Office as the tool.

Look at No OOXML for more information to keep Microsoft from subverting ODF as the preferred standard.


Here's some news all guys should want to know.

Some not necessarily news to women.


Here's some information and photos of a century of helicopters.


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