Hey Brian, I'm writing this not from the Herman Miller Embody chair we reviewed, but from the detached "saucer section" of the Treychair, which I reviewed last year. Why? Because I can't see the TV that well from my couch, so I need to sit closer. I'm getting old.So what else went on today? Well, • Elaine documented her trip to the top of the world's tallest observatory • Matt showed us why 64-bit processor are cool (as if being able to use more RAM in your machine needed any explanation) • And we had a pair of good election coverage stories. I dissected how CNN's "hologram" system worked and Erica spotted Family Guy being watched with the help of a commenter Good show. I also just finished Dead Space, which is scary and awesome and fun. You should pick it up. After you're done seducing towns-ladies in Fable 2.
I've written this due to circumstances that lead my TV to drop from its swaying stand. One that is missing traction rubber in between the frame on which the glass endures a 29" Grundig CRT. Last Saturday, right after pushing the SCART behind harder in, just to adjust the contact responsible for keeping the perspective for it gets rounded outwards | | -=> ) ( as of late. Also pushing proved more effective and lasting than laying knockings blow on the top o' it, became Lauder and less stable by the every blow even. So: SCART Pushed in , a glimpse; picture correct. Turning around retract I ,can has: "to bed" goes a *bwahba*. Fell on the Gamecube, triggered the big-embossed-off-button* so both live in one-piece ,alil' scratched happily ever after.
*If you turn TV off from this button into standby the remote won't affect it but until pressed again. Perhaps for children to abide.