Weekend Links are here! Have a good weekend :-)
I have visited these states:
(create your own)
Blox is a very interesting game! (Thanks, Tekno)
Make your own fonts with
Speaking of fonts, download 1001 fonts from
(Zrnic is a very cool one!)
Washington -- Iranian-Americans are far more numerous in the United States than census data indicate and are among the most highly educated people in the country, according to research by the Iranian Studies Group, an independent academic organization, at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
The group estimates that the actual number of Iranian-Americans may top 691,000 -- more than twice the figure of 338,000 cited in the 2000 U.S. census. According to the latest census data available, more than one in four Iranian-Americans holds a master's or doctoral degree, the highest rate among 67 ethnic groups studied.
Iranian-Americans also contribute substantially to the U.S. economy By Phyllis McIntosh, Washington File Special Correspondent
NASA has a great flash site showing the new developments to land their rover
Roaming the Red Planet.
You can find great videos including pre-launch, launch, cruise, approach and landing there.
Don't forget to click the "Play Video" link from the first page; it's very interesting.
Reporter Jane Kokan
produced a documentary on Iran:
Forbidden Iran". Not a very pleasant one.
Update: Watch it here (Real)
The Iranian defense minister said his country will launch a locally made satellite within 18 months, the official IRNA news agency reported. No details on the type of satellite were given.
The winners of bush in 30 seconds are going
to be announced in a week or so. Here are the
finalists. Apparently, it's
gonna be shown during Super Bowl's half time show.
Thanks for the memories.
I don't think my database is big at all, after I saw
world's largest databases.
France Telecom's Oracle database contains almost 30 terabytes of data. Event beats
AT&T, SBC and amazon.com!