I love this show. It was simple, a little Sci-fi built in, and something different each time. Mix the re-runs and my TiVo together, and I have a winning combination. Now, when this thing was on originally I was able to catch it some. It was one of those shows that came on at a time that didn’t work with my schedule.
So now I have a seasons-pass for it on the Tivo, and I have watched about 2 seasons or more. I looked on the net for information as time went on, and I remember reading how this show got the shaft when it was cancelled, and it did get it too.
Basically, they had to re-edit the last show that they did and convert it to a series ender. When I finally saw that episode, I was pissed. It sucked how that show was so good then enter the network execs and all of the sudden, BLAM. What a disappointment.
I also read that there is a new series on the horizon, with Sams Daughter Sammy Jo. Apparently she goes looking for Sam. I am interested, and I hope that this one won’t disappoint….
Firefox is now 1.0!
I know that I am not the only one, but I have been using Mozilla since .5x series and seen it grow into a nice internet suite…and Firefox is just building on that. They have a lot of smart people putting this together, in the programming side, and the marketing side also. I am very happy for them.
Long Live Firefox!
The Daily Mirror in the UK states that “How could 59,054,087 people be so dumb” as to re-elect W.
I say that they have thier own idiots….
Human Corpse to Be Shown Rotting on TV (Reuters)
Reuters – A British television channel is seeking a terminally ill volunteer to donate their body after death so it can be filmed as it decomposes.
Seems like Linux is showing up in all kinds of places. How about your own PBX?
Installation And Securing VoIP With Linux
Jumped the Shark is one of those sites that I had been to before, but is always fun to revisit.
What is Jumped the Shark?
It’s a moment. A defining when you know that your favorite television program has reached it’s peak. That instant that you know from now on…it’s all downhill. Some call it the climax. We call it Jumping the Shark.