If you use LiveJournal, check out this feed.

I realize a large portion of the folks who read my blog are actually on Livejournal, reading via the syndicated feed.. That’s cool, that’s what it’s there for. But if you use LJ as your aggregator, you should ABSOLUTELY add the Boing Boing Blog syndicated feed. Boingboing is one of the best blogs out thereRead More

Firefox silliness.

As folks are well aware, I’m a big fan of Firefox – to the point of being of the belief that there’s no reason not to run it, and zillions of reasons to run it. At any rate, I was noodling around with the privacy settings, looking to clean out my cookies cache, when IRead More

Coding Nirvana!

Okay, maybe not quite nirvana, but I had a couple hours tonight to continue working on some code I had started yesterday. I’ve been so bogged down in dull aspects of the business, it was nice to actually -create- some stuff for a while. Many new functions added to the CONGO appserver and client librariesRead More

Freecycling and Reuse

While Cat and I were driving up to Maine tonight, I heard a story on NPR about this ‘new concept’ that was sweeping the mid-west. The idea was ‘Freecycling’. The idea was that if you had something you didn’t want anymore, you could post it to this list, and if someone wanted it, they’d comeRead More

Bahhh. Bahhhh.

(this will most likely come as a shock to no one) Take the quiz: “WHAT RELIGION BESTS SUITS YOU?”AtheistYou are Godless! You could care less about religion. As far as you’re concerned, if you can’t see, touch and kick something, it’s not real to you. You’re day-to-day activities consist of eating, working, sleeping and theRead More

As you slowly slip into madness

I have great respect for Kuro5hin, a blog that was a blog before blogs were blogs. (?). Anyway… there’s a neat tidbit today regarding a non-parents glimpse into the world of children… You will wake up one day and say to yourself “You know, it’s been ten years since I’ve had sex in my kitchen.”Read More

I have to echo Mr Byrd.

When the Bushies were pushing for an all out offensive against Iraq, Senator Byrd, in the congressional debate, kept using the phrase ‘Why now?’ – to ask the administration why it was so critical that the US attack Iraq immediately. The answer back from the administration was that Iraq posed an ‘immediate threat’ to theRead More

The well equipped Golf

I have to say, I love my car. It’s a 2003 Volkswagon Golf TDI that now has about 36,000 miles on it. Having a Turbodiesel engine that gets around 43 MPG during the last couple months with skyrocketing fuel prices, this has just been a big win all around. Diesel stayed below $1.80 a gallon.Read More

I’m not dead yet!

Wow, went idle there for a few days, sorry bout that. I’ve been away up in Maine for the last week, then this weekend went out to see all the excitement going on at Simons Rock College (my sweetie’s alma mater). More fun stuff pending, stay tuned 🙂 In the meantime, check this masterful postingRead More