Saturday, August 30th 2003
What to do when Da House is all a mess....
I don't know... Just look at this:
The entire house looks something like that... Can't wait to get out of here..
Friday, August 29th 2003
Female of the day (by threat): Angelina Jolie
That's right! Sigg3 dot net has been flooded with suggestions since I published the Official Sigg3 dot net female of the year competition. Today's lucky winner was djMIB who suggested: Angelina Jolie! This gal has got something, but you can't really put your finger on them - eh, I mean it. Congratulations, Angie!
Now, there's more for you today. Since I'm moving some day next week, all the stuff -including the computer I'm sitting at now- will be packed away somewhere. This means that I won't have the same access to my server when I'm around travelling. No, I don't have a laptop, yet. - What does all this mean, you ask? Well, it means that I will keep on updating you with useless information on where I am and what I'm doing, but there will be less images and stuff like that.
Thursday, August 28th 2003
Molested by a penguin! (a Sigg3 dot net exclusive!)
A true story about a man and his childhood. Forgiveness isn't always possible. Only on Sigg3 dot net: "I was molested by a penguin!"
- "Martin", age 37, opens up to Sigg3 dot net's reporter Sigg3, to unfold the most painful chapter of his life; his childhood.
"I was only seven years old. My father was a polararea-birdwatcher or some sort of scientist studying various kinds of birds in the antarctic areas. So me and him were staying in an outpost, a wooden cabin of the type you see in movies, and after I'd finished daily chores, you know, I could pretty much go about on my own.
Female of the day (by request) : Katie Holmes!
One of Sigg3 dot net readers suggested Dawson's Creek's Katie Holmes. I've never seen a single episode of this farspread show, but I can imagine it must be something in-between "Friends" and "Passions". And I really like "Passions":)
So I checked her out. Here's an extract from my preliminary report:
Tuesday, August 26th 2003
Link of the day!!!
This one really hits you in the face!! I clicked it away 7 times before getting it, so pls READ THE PAGE before clicking it away! :)
«link of the day»
Today's link was brought to you by unslev. Thanks man!
Monday, August 25th 2003
Female of the day: Princess Leia
I just have to add this woman to our growing list of representative females! If you're one of those who's watched the Star Wars movies from the age of five and onwards, you know what kind of qualities George Lucas' Princess Leia had. So, girl number 5 is Princess Leia, played by Carrie Fisher. Congrats!
Link to "The bad guide to Star Wars"
Some cool questions and hints about errors that happened during the making of, directing of and cutting of the film. Trivia information to help you score with chicks!:)
Visit the "Bad guide to Star Wars" !
Sunday, August 24th 2003
The Female of the year feature is now complete, with a slideshow script on your right side there.. Enjoy!
So, now what? Well, when we've got 12 females the voting will begin! Stay tuned, and do promote your favourite femmes to the contest! thx.
A new feature:)
That's right, Sigg3 dot net is expanding, and this time with a feature that will guarantee some entertainment: Female of the day.
I'm working on a little script that will popup here this evening, (so stay tuned,) on your right-hand side of the page. Just hang on, and you'll see.
What's the deal? The deal is to vote forward a representative woman who you think is worthy the title of Sigg3 dot net female of the year. The voting will not begin until we've 12 representative females to choose from. Right now we've 4 candidates (well, really 5, but we count them as 4):
Formel 1: Budapest GP 2003 became an historical event!
That's correct! Renault's Fernando Alonso won the GP as the youngest F1 driver to win a GP EVER!!!
Sigg3 dot net congratulates!
The race was pretty dramatic, I'd say, as in the 2nd turn William's BMW's Ralph Schumacher spinned off course and had to continue the race at the last position. This wasn't a drawback to this excellent F1driver, however, something manifested in the fact that he finished the race on a safe 4th place!
The last three GP's will be held at these dates:
(* img stolen from TV2.no, courtesy of SCANPIX)
Saturday, August 23rd 2003
A couple of new links added to my list...
Since I forgot all about adding my own brother's weblog, I'll do it now: www.koew.tk.
Having that done, I'd like ya'll to know that the TAO of Pauly is still going strong, and that it has got a totally new feature; check out the pokerTAO! Oh, and if you get to some webpage called "Aaron's bible", you're lost. Happened to me the first time I went to check it out... Beware!
In addition, if you want a good laugh, write Pauly's article How I Bet $8,000 and Lost a $16,000 Pot! Great:)
Fight AIDS by lending away idle time of your computer!!!
This is a great project using a strategy similar to S.E.T.I's program for trying to reach other intelligent beings, only that this one is actually more acute and necessary (in my point of view). We are talking about Entropia dot org's researchproject called FIGHT AIDS AT HOME (FAAH).
By downloading and installing (and using:) this screensaver, you're sharing the RAMs of your computer to help processing research-data about AIDS. Your computer receives a tiny piece of a great task and together, all teammembers are helping The Scripps Research Institute to research and hopefully find a cure to AIDS.
"Over the course of the FAAH project, nearly 60,000 machines in 20 countries have been involved in the project, logging just shy of 1,400 years of continuous computing and performing over nine million tasks. These contributed resources effectively functioned as a computer with 14 terabytes of memory and 1,335 terabytes of disk space. Peak power for this virtual supercomputer was 31 trillion calculations per second)." And all this to help fighting AIDS!!
You can either 1) Download it here and support Secureroot dot com in the process, or 2) use The official FAAH join-page at Entropia. I'd go for alt. 1:)
A world ending..
With me moving, my family selling the house and most of my friends going to further education or the army, it's some major changes going on. People I meet in the street are always asking when I'm leaving etc. and I get really bored by it, 'cause I don't know exactly when. I'll go when I go, no worries and no regrets (that's for sure!).
So, Kornelius are leaving tomorrow for Tønsberg, four days ahead of schedule. It's actually great, because now I can really focus on the shit I should've done a long time ago; clean up my room, throw away all the stuff I won't need or that I've grown out of; preparing the house for sale. I'll be going soon too, so I don't know why I'm writing this. I think the changes ahead just made a manifested realization when I heard..
I'll be leaving for Oslo, the capital of Norway, pretty soon now. Can't wait to get my ass out of Norway, to live in a totally different environment, learning a new language and getting to know a whole other different culture. I'm not speaking about Oslo now, but Havannah. If you didn't know, I'll go to study in Cuba from September to December, something I'm really looking forward to. I just don't enjoy packing stuff, it always gets me worried.
So tonight, since the Kim is home from the army and Kornelius leaves tomorrow, we are supposed to do something fun. the Kim has made a reasonable proposition; crashing a high-school party, but I don't know. I don't get paid until Thursday or even Saturday next week, and my wallet is getting emptier and emptier as we speak.. It's amazing how much dough you manage to spend when you're unemployed! Really sick. If I hadn't been applying for a student's loan and a scholarship, which are two of the greatest things about Norwegian politics (e.g "we pay the student and the student will pay back later"), I'd be facing an economical death pretty soon...
Well, I'm off to do my chores; throw away all the useless shit we've been storing around the house for years. Wish me good luck, there's a jungle out there!
Friday, August 22nd 2003
Video Alarmclock hijack! (newsletter)
The 15th of September Alarmclock Connection launch their all out visual attack on corporate stranglehold of the media. The homemade TV hijack "Video Alarmclock" follows up in the steps of "Radio Alarmclock" and features intense anti-establishment medicine for all people suffering under the tight grip of the mind control unit of every household of the modern world.
Thursday, August 21st 2003
That's right. I've been working all afternoon with finishing this page that should give you the right angle to view Sigg3 dot net from. My fingers are all tired from writing, but I thought that before I logged off, I'd tell you to check it out!
Thanks alot. Comments, questions (and porn, popcorn, pocporn) are appreciated!:)
Oh, and really good questions, will be added to the FAQ!
A couple of funny pictures:)
Courtesy of thepr0digy.t35.com
Tuesday, August 19th 2003
Brotherhood throughout the 'net.
Just wanted to point you to my brother's newly established weblog: Koew's webpad. The graphic version ain't finsihed yet, but you can check out the progress at koew.tk!
30 days to departure
Seems unreal, don't you think? Well, of course you don't. You're probably thinking something like: "this happens to other people, just not me" but you're wrong! The concept of other ppl is that you're a part of them. Always. -Can't wait to get there, though. I've been in touch with ANCEP (Arne Næss Centre of Ecology and Philosophy) constantly when preparing all aspects of the trip, which is totally useless because how much you prepare for something unknown, unknown stays unknown. As: always expect the unexpected, but when you do, the unexpected ain't unexpected no more which means that there will be something else coming too. Hmm.
Me and Kornelius just saw Hurlybury (1998). The hype goes like: "Hurly-burly is an adaptation of David Rabe's well known play about the intersecting lives of several Hollywood players and wannabes who's personal lives threaten to veer into a catastrophe more interesting than anything they're peddling to the studios." *
Great movie! 21 year old Anna Paquin does a great role as this nameless bimbo wrapping the whole existential theory of maincharacter Eddie (played by Sean Penn) together using nothing but regular words and gutfeeling.
About time to sleep, I guess. Just wanted to check my account and here I am posting old news... Well. Have a nice night (or day or morning or evening or whatever)!
Monday, August 18th 2003
This student has alot of sparetime on his hands, and he's appearantly using it building up his website with insane insights of his life; YES! I'm talking about Zeromus dot org!
Good news everyone!
Sigg3 o 0 ( Jester and DonMartin - Bombs in your brain )
It seems as though I might get a job at one of the places I sent applications to!!! Damn, I hope this goes good, so I can stop worry about it.. :)
I won 30 NOK on a FLAX-ticket today! Seems to become a good Monday!
I was looking at me.sigg3.net just now, and I found the "top 10 movies and Y"-page quite entertaining. Check out the top 50 list, pretty outdated though: movies\top50movies.
I installed a php-variable system provided by zyp at the mesection of me.sigg3.net, so now you can skip forward to the moviespage without having to click your way through the whole goddamned site!:) Just click here!!
I'm working on a similar system for art.sigg3.net to cut down on the number of files which are all eating up my webspace, but it will take some time.