Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Simple enough

Had ten pages (literally) of homework dumped upon us today in addition to our test tomorrow, so this post will be a bit short again.

The Vend Of The World: Vending Machines In Japanese Society (11 MB, Powerpoint)

That is all. (Sorry for the weird download site.)

EDIT: Meh, I guess I can add more filler. ESPN: "Paul Lets Go Of Duke Rivalry On National Team":
Now the bitterness is gone. As new Houston Rocket and former Duke forward Shane Battier said, "We've all checked agendas and grudges at the door. This is way bigger than Duke-Carolina, Duke-Wake Forest. This isn't the time or place for that."
Two fun notes to take from this sentence:
1) Duke's rivalry with Carolina takes top billing in an article about a guy from Wake Forest;
2) It's a player on the Duke side of the rivalry making the quote.

Gotta love Chris Paul, though. He's already passed Stuart Scott to become the 2nd Most Famous Person From Forsyth County and is rapidly coming up on Ben Folds.


At 12:31 PM, Anonymous hadley said...


What a fantastic powerpoint!

Fishing lures? Cell phone chargers? RHINOCEROUS BEETLES? (mmm....protein!)



At 11:06 AM, Anonymous susannah said...


we should get together when you come back (are you coming back to chapel hill?) and compare china and japan.

At 1:00 PM, Anonymous Julie said...

You really confused me for a minute. I went to high school with a Chris Paul who went to Duke (he was a Robertson Scholar). And you get back tomorrow :), but I have to work until the 7th and leave for California on the 9th.

At 1:41 PM, Blogger Sara said...

How does that download site even work?

At 7:24 PM, Blogger Brice R. said...

Devil if I know. Hadley got it to work, so ask her? :)

At 2:14 PM, Anonymous Hadley said...

It's a confusing layout, but here's how you do it:

1. Click the link
2. Scroll down to "Upload type", hit "Free"
3. At the top of the next page, on the left, there's a tiny box where you have to input a number sequence that they give you and then hit Download!

At 2:16 PM, Anonymous Hadley said...

I mean, "download type" and "on the right"...


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