Andrew Sinclair

January 2003


New song!

+ (January 30, 2003)

"shadow light", which for some reason it isn't appearing at the top of the list right now was produced sometime last year. I never got a chance to upload it until now. I'm quite proud of it. Please give it... more

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Note, Follies, & Crooked Fingers

+ (January 28, 2003)

It’s been a long day of working on footnotes for my “note” for the Boston University Journal of Science and Technology. Writing a 35-page note is a requirement of all of the journals (as far as I know) so that... more


Great Bowls

+ (January 26, 2003)

I had a bowl of cereal this morning. It was super! I don’t know what’s more disturbing about the “Super Bowl” sporting event, the waste of resources in producing and watching the event (so much money, time, traffic, salsa consumption,... more


Abandoning Jesus

+ (January 25, 2003)

David Galbraith points out the irony of the “Creative Commons” trademark application. I’ve been heavily immersed in the study of trademark law lately. I’m taking Intellectual Property and Trademarks this semester. The fact that the former includes the latter resulted... more


"Don't Try to Change My Plan"

+ (January 24, 2003)

I’ve been extremely impressed with the progression of the Drum & Bass Arena website. Whether you like drum & bass or not, you have to appreciate the quality of this site. The Drum & Bass scene is a small scene.... more


Good Morning!

+ (January 22, 2003)

Why do so many websites require a login? Sometimes a login is actually necessary, but all too often its just there because someone thought it would establish customer loyalty or something silly like that. It’s now common practice to require... more


High Tea

+ (January 21, 2003)

Another airline meal photo of mine is now live within (an example of why not to use frames, to see the whole page as it was intended you'll have to go to and navigate from there)... more

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+ (January 19, 2003)

I got a new desk from Ikea this week. I actually bought it in Seattle and shipped it to Boston (since the nearest Ikea to Boston is four hours away in New Jersey). Despite the distance, the price of the... more


The Other Side of Spam

+ (January 18, 2003)

At my old job, we used to get really random emails from people using the feedback form on our website. I’m happy to announce that Law School Discussion has grown to the level where I too get “feedback” that makes... more


"You Do It to Yourself"

+ (January 15, 2003)

I somehow missed the point where the internet became a viable medium for the distribution of music videos, but I was pleasantly surprised to see that Capitol Records is offering several Radiohead videos, in addition to a selection of others,... more


Who is Frank Chu?

+ (January 14, 2003)

Admittedly, I have a mild obsession with this guy. He walked around San Francisco all day long protesting his cause. There are many theories about Mr. Chu, but I believe the following (mostly hearsay): (1) He lives in Oakland with... more

At some recent time, Law School Discussion achieved a Google Page-Rank of 6/10. 6 of 10 is actually fairly difficult to achieve, so I'm happy to see the site progressing. There have been a lot of new posts lately too,... more


CD Sale

+ (January 11, 2003)

I'm selling some really bad cds on more

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New Classes

+ (January 8, 2003)

It was a long day, but I think I’ve finally sorted out my schedule for the semester. I’m going heavy on the Intellectual Property courses because they fit my schedule and I think they’ll be pretty interesting. The final lineup... more

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Long Trip Home

+ (January 7, 2003)

I finally made it home last night around 10. My flight out of Cleveland was cancelled so I got stuck there for a while. I spent most of the day catching up on food shopping, laundry, and course selection. The... more

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Slippy Planes

+ (January 6, 2003)

When I started this website I was just short of obsessed with updating it daily. Um, those days are over. I'm still here though. I've been traveling for my winter break. I went home to Seattle for Christmas and then... more