Robin at his best...on Jesus and the birth of Jewish sarcasm and Goy humor. Williams, who attend Detroit Country Day School with Mircosoft CEO Steve Ballmer, found his calling when he saw Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb he was immediately inspired to become an actor. He attended Julliard with Christopher Reeve, the only students accepted by John Houseman into the Advanced Program in 1973. During the late 1970s and early 1980s, Williams had a serious addiction to cocaine, which he kicked describing the habit as "God's way of telling you that you are making too much money." Enjoy, posted by Jason McManus.
Okay, it's David Blaine Week at the Galaxy. This is the sequel to yesterday's comedy special. It's even better. Go ahead, watch it and make your day! Enjoy and forward it on. Posted by Jason McManus.
This week the Apple reached a historic milestone, selling it's 100 millionth iPod. Launched in November 2001, the player overcame first-generation problems including short battery life and an initially small hard drive to become the runaway market leader.
Jonathan Ive, Apple's head of design, came up with the concept of the iPod in 1999. The California-based team realised miniaturisation would allow them to fit the content of dozens of CDs into a box no bigger than a pack of playing cards.