Monthly Archives: May 2006

Stuck in an Elevator

If I had to be stuck in an elevator, I can think of no better place to be than at the Apple Store New York, like the kids that got stuck in there last week!

Imagine, you’re surrounded by glass, so it’s not like you can’t see out, so you don’t have to worry about being claustrophobic. Even better, you’re at an Apple store!

Check out the story from some people who have been in this situation (or the Apple Insider article).

Sob Stories on Grades

I got this email from one of my professors yesterday:

Final Grades are posted on BB. The following were the “Running Totals” necessary for the respective grades:

87.2+ = A
77.2-87.1 = B
66.4-77.1 = C
56.4-66.3 = D
<56.4 = F. I am sorry if you missed a grade by .1.  I actually made the curve more generous than originally determined, and I will not be changing it any further to accommodate sob stories.  I will not be around during the summer, nor will I be checking my CSUF e-mail on a regular basis. Have a great summer.

I thought it was awesome, so I figured I had to share it. Fortunately, I got an A in this class, but only by 0.8 points!

Fox Shows on iTunes

Oh no, I’m gonna be broke and no new MacBook Pro for me…

From Apple:

Now available for purchase at the iTunes Music Store, the hit television programming from FOX, FX, SPEED, FUEL TV and 20th Century Fox Television library features 16 series including “24,” “Prison Break” and “The Shield.” iTunes now offers more than 90 TV shows for $1.99 per episode for viewing on a computer or iPod.

Only a couple episodes left of 24 this season and then it will be time for a marathon! Maybe it will coincide with school being over and I’ll have a reason to celebrate!