United Airlines seems to have some problems getting a foreign (in this case German) address right when you’re booking a flight. So we just move the beautiful town of Biberach to the beautiful State of California.
Could we actually do that in real life? I’d kind of appreciate it very much!
Planning my upcoming trip to Las Vegas (my last trip before I leave the States and return to Germany) brought me to WikiTravel and a very interesting list of what to do in Vegas:
Ehm. I don’t really enjoy gambling and I’m already married — what else is there to do in Vegas? I plan on taking some pictures (especially night shots).
Picture: Basial; CC licensed on flickr
Wow. No wonder I gained some weight here in the States. (Click on the picture and read the label attentively)
Oh, and by the way: Someone having problems with the metric system? :-p
I really like it when computer engineers come up with jokes either in their programs (browse through the Linux kernel source for examples) or in their papers.
Today I stumbled across a very funny RFC which describes the Hyper Text Coffee Pot Control Protocol (RFC 2324). See this Engadget article for an implementation…
Picture: StuartMackenzie, CC licensed on flickr
I just received an e-mail from Blockbuster on Friday:
We have introduced a new pricing structure for our lineup of
As a result, the price of your current monthly plan, Unlimited Online DVDs up to 3 at a time plus unlimited in-store exchanges each month for $17.99, is no longer available for $17.99.
We will not automatically renew your subscription on your next billing date following …
The new “unlimited” subscriptions only includes 5 in-store exchanges per month. I would have had to cancel the subscription anyways as I’m returning to Germany in a few weeks, but for me as a movie addict, the unlimited exchanges were nice while they lasted.