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Monthly Archives: August 2003

Re: ego-plug

Re: ego-plug

Wow, Sharepoint sounds really simple and intuitive to use: To change the default logo image 1. Delete or rename the WPIcon.gif file located in the following folder: local_drive:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft… Read more »

Mascots

Mascots

I personally think everyone should vote for the most outlandish one on the list (Salty Dog) just to prove once and for all how doomed to failure this is. I’d… Read more »

Mascot Survey

Mascot Survey

Just received this… Date: Wed, 6 Aug 2003 14:41:35 -0400 (EDT) From: Summer Assembly Reply-To: Summer Assembly Subject: Vote for your Mascot To: ———————– *******MASCOT SURVEY******* Dartmouth has never had… Read more »

ego-plug

ego-plug

Here is an article I got published this week. Just an online thing, but I had fun writing it, so hopefully it’ll be a fun read.

Live Free?

Live Free?

UNH is following Dartmouth’s door-locking ‘precedent’

Reviewer book plug

Reviewer book plug

Peter Robinson ’79, How Ronald Reagan Changed My Life As if VH1’s “I Love the ’80s” weren’t enough, now I am fully jealous. What a decade, what an icon.

Having nothing intelligent to say…

Having nothing intelligent to say…

I just discovered that Rollo Begley is an anagram for Golly! Lo Beer! Just thought you all might like to know that.

Wright’s new lapdogs

Wright’s new lapdogs

From today’s D article on the Blabberforce: “Enlisting the help of the administration is vital to the success of the project, [Kahir] Sehgal said, adding that students criticizing the administrative… Read more »

Club Townie

Club Townie

Buried in an an article in the D titled “Hanover neither welcomes nor eschews chain presence,” Lou’s owner Toby Fried is paraphrased on an interesting potential replacement for Mojo’s restaurant:… Read more »

Wow, New Hampshire really is lame

Wow, New Hampshire really is lame

I love the state to pieces. Pieces of granite I suppose. When you go to school in a state in which the governor appoints “Old Man of the Mountain Revitalization… Read more »