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Oliver's First Law of Computing (circa 1982):
Computers are much too complex; they'll never work.
Even when computers appear to be working, they're doing something
wrong; you just haven't figured out what yet.
Example of the corollary:
The left hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing!
The bottom is the top, and the top is the bottom. Actually,
it's more complex than that.
Possesses possesses five S's.
What, did he forget to take his lithium?
We're getting darned close to almost being there!
I decided to create an area to track the latest "bandwagon" trends that
interest me. There are tons of things to which people flock. This
is just my space to cover whatever lemming phenomenon I wish.
Nearly Useless Philly Band Info
Dancing in the past?
The proprietor is particularly fond of the following Philadelphia bands,
mostly because they are danceable. Unfortunately, many of them no longer
exist. And if you're reading this from New Zealand, the usefulness quotient
of this information probably goes down quite a bit further. At last count
there were 3,432,682 bands in the Greater Philadelphia Area (previously
known as the Delaware Valley); this should therefore not be taken as a
complete band listing. In fact, don't take it at all. If you did, this
page would be really empty.
Questions, comments, or problems? Send mail to email@example.com
The Daves [RIP]
A "must-see" band! Especially if you enjoy ska and related
music, or just dancing up a storm. They play mostly original tunes,
all with a beat that'll get you movin'. Visit their web site for
more information by clicking on the logo above. Public Service, who
must win some award for local band longevity (not counting cover bands)
has just released their latest skankin' CD: RAW2K, with a dance-fest at
the North Star Bar on May 2, 1999, and an upcoming release party at the
Trocadero Theatre on May
Buzz Stick [RIP]
June Rich [RIP]
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