Kelsi recorded this video tour of the camper on Sunday.
Today is the 26th anniversary of the death of Randy Rhoads. What better way to remember him than an 8 minute guitar solo from the Quiet Riot days? You’ll find a lot of familiar pieces in this solo. Enjoy – and RIP Randy.
This guys is really good and has a ton of these up on YouTube.
Something cool for a Sunday. We picked up the Frank Zappa: Dub Room Special DVD yesterday and I enjoyed it quite a bit. I guess I’ll be back on a Zappa kick for a bit.
Jonna recorded an episode of Oprah in which Dr. Pausch, a Computer Science professor suffering from terminal pancreatic cancer, gives his “farewell lecture”, apparently an exercise at the university where you give a lecture acting as if it was your last. In this case it is. Dr. Pausch provides an extremely inspirational message.
This video is basically a series of excerpts, but inspiring nonetheless.
Not sure how I came across it, but I found it amusing. Its about 5 minutes long, but I thought it was worth it.
Saw this on Jason Calacanis‘ site and was cracking up through the whole thing. Check it out.
Since getting a 80G iPod about
a month ago , I’ve been really getting into watching the Google Tech Talks on Google Video. I recently watched How Open Source Projects Survive Poisonous People (And You Can Too), a lecture given by Brian Fitzpatrick and Ben Collins-Sussman from the Subversion team (now both Google employees) that summarizes a lot of information in Karl Fogels book Producing Open Source Software: How to Run a Successful Free Software Project.
If you haven’t had time to pick up and read Karls book, this video would be a good primer to some of the concepts in it and could very well motivate you to pick it up. Its an excellent book and one that I thoroughly enjoyed reading.