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Tuesday, 20 January 2004
The Universal Blog/The Universal Internet
Mood:  spacey
At some point in time, I would like to transfer content of this blog to an ISP network that transcends the boundaries of human life on this planet. Why connect to just the humanoids on this world? Surely, there's more to intelligent life in this gigantic universe than on this polluted dirt ball. Perhaps, the perfect place to build a universal blog is in an area where spirits, aliens and human life meet(i.e.Katimavik).

The internet has broke down many barriers already on earth. Just imagine if we hyperlinked to the nearest sector in our galaxy. Welcome, earthlings to the Star Trek Federation Of Planets.

Posted by qualteam at 2:32 PM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 20 January 2004 3:00 PM EST
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Monday, 19 January 2004
My Top Ten Modern Plays Of All Time
Mood:  special
Most writers would like to create something that lasts more than their lifetime. The following list are excellent plays that I've either seen or read. I hope that some of them make your top ten lists as well:
1.The Glass Managerie 2.Waiting For Godot 3.The Seventh Seal 4.Death Of A Salesman 5.The Caretaker 6.Who's Afraid Of Virgina Wolf 7.A Long Day's Journey Into Night
8.Play It Again Sam 9.Uncle Vanya/Anton Chekhov 10.Streetcar Named Desire

It's true that artistic works from one's own life can be complex and difficult to understand. That's because in dealing with real people with real conflicts, there isn't any simple formula for understanding deep personal human experiences.

Isn't it great to hyperlink to other webpages and go there immediately,
even to mystery websites like this one.

Posted by qualteam at 11:16 AM EST
Updated: Monday, 19 January 2004 11:28 AM EST
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Sunday, 18 January 2004
My Top Ten Alternate News Sources
Mood:  hungry
Tired of establishment viewpoints that seems to be coming from CNN, Fox News, etc. etc. Perhaps, alternate media can help you see a different perspective on the issues that matter in this world. Check out my top ten list in this area:

1.Bush In 30 Seconds 2.P R Watch 3.Common Dreams 4.Buzz Flash 5.Media Channel 6.Move On 7.Coldtype 8.Rabble Rouser 9.Truthout 10.Cursor

Posted by qualteam at 11:32 PM EST
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Saturday, 17 January 2004
I Survived In Toronto
1.The Mysterious SARS 2.The West Nile Virus3.Mad Cow 4.Sars, The Sequel 5.Sarstock 6.The Great North American Blackout Of 2003 7.The Deep Freeze Of Jan/2004

What have you survived lately? Could you survive a vacation at Hotel California

Posted by qualteam at 5:42 PM EST
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Friday, 16 January 2004
My Top Ten List Of "Cold Stuff"
Mood:  a-ok
If we're trying to make the best of a bad situation, why not go with some of the cool "COLD STUFF" on this list:
1.Cold Cuts 2.Cold Mountain 3.The Spy Who Came In From The Cold 4.Hank William's Cold, Cold Heart 5.The Cold War Revisited 6.Sucking Down A Cool One 7.Oldies But Coldies 8.Hot And Cold Running Blondes 8.Cold Call Selling

Posted by qualteam at 10:38 PM EST
Updated: Friday, 16 January 2004 10:51 PM EST
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Thursday, 15 January 2004
Brrrrr....It's Cold!
Mood:  chillin'
Will wonders never cease? Toronto with devastating cold highs has beaten many other frigid Canadian cities and capitals: Toronto, Ontario(-20C)Winnipeg, Manitoba(-13C)St.John's Newfoundland(-5C)Edmonton, Alberta(2C)Iqaluit, Nunavut(-13C)Welcome to Canada and to Inuit(Eskimo)country. Just like you thought it would be.
The City Of Iqaluit
The Land Of Nunavut




Posted by qualteam at 11:00 PM EST
Updated: Thursday, 15 January 2004 11:11 PM EST
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Wednesday, 14 January 2004
Barrie, Gateway To Northern Ontario And....
Mood:  party time!
It was also my hometown in the 60s. Today, the kids visit Molson's Park for rock concerts and even Molson's Brewery for a beer and....
Pot Luck At Molson's Brewery



I Am Canadian, Eh!
The Barrie Adventure

Posted by qualteam at 10:03 PM EST
Updated: Wednesday, 14 January 2004 10:15 PM EST
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Tuesday, 13 January 2004
Web Traffic On Our Sites
Mood:  special
Despite the downgrade on some of our websites at Google, we still managed 14246 page views from Dec/13/03 to Jan/13/04. Doing the math, that's over 450 page views a day. Thanks for visiting our sites and thanks for participating in the "Global Village" of "The World Wide Web" as conceived by its founder Tim Berners-Lee.
Tim Berners-Lee's Homepage
Marshal McLuhan's Global Village

Posted by qualteam at 3:54 PM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 13 January 2004 4:03 PM EST
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Monday, 12 January 2004
More On Google Search Results
Apparently, Google has gone more commercial with its search engine. Buying "Adwords" or "Adsense" seem to determine how high one is placed in the search engine results. Before this new policy, "The Angel At Hotel California" placed ninth with regards to a "Hotel California" search. Now, the webpage is relegated to page three in "The Google Directory."

Hits on my angel website have dived because of this change favouring big businesses.

Despite this setback, I will continue to promote Hotel California/Area 53 in as many ways as I can. I still believe that the web can empower the underdog who has something passionate to say about life or his experiences. What do you think?



Clarissa's Website
The Native-American Burial Grounds

Posted by qualteam at 10:10 PM EST
Updated: Monday, 12 January 2004 10:30 PM EST
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Sunday, 11 January 2004
The Mousetrap Closes In Toronto
The longest running play in North America will close on Thursday/15/2004 after 8500 performances. The same Agatha Christie play has also been running in London England since 1952 for more than 21,000 performance. Other long running crime mystery plays in North American are "Sheer Madness" in Boston(over 10,000 performances)and "The Perfect Crime" in New York(over 6,900 performances)

Without a doubt, the mystery crime genre is very popular with all kinds of audiences. Our screenplay shares many of the quirky mysteries of the above thrillers with some weird ones of its own.

Mysteries and whodunits are fun, so have an interesting experience solving the mysteries in the above plays and Hotel California/Area 53. Who knows where the adventure will take you.
The London Mousetrap
The Perfect Crime
Sheer Madness

The Easy Hotel California Quiz
The Master Detective's Quiz

Posted by qualteam at 8:55 PM EST
Updated: Sunday, 11 January 2004 10:03 PM EST
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