Sunday, June 26, 2005
Interesting article on teen driving. Lipton green tea commercial featuring Little Bitty Pretty One. Tech Recipes entry for finding mp3s on google that I used to find Little Bitty Pretty One.
Tuesday, June 21, 2005
Why? I don't know.
Thursday, June 16, 2005
Almost done Killer Instinct. Still have a way to go in The Devil in the White City, but it's a pretty good story. Not as engrossing as Jane Hamsher's book, but pretty good all the same. Unfortunately, I can't say the same for Lab 257. It's subtitled, "the disturbing story of the government's secret Plum Island germ laboratory," but the part I found the most disturbing was that the author, Michael Christopher Carroll, couldn't put together a coherent enough story to make me care. There is certainly some crazy stuff going on at Plum Island, but even though the book has been published, I think that the government has kept the lid on things.
I loaded up some film into my Kodak Retina Automatic III tonight. It's had me stymied for a month trying to figure out what batteries it uses. It doesn't use any batteries! I really need to update Redwolf's Den. I want to add a camera section for all of the cheap old 35 mm rangefinders I've been buying on e-bay. I also need to get my 2 year old content off of the front page, and put some "new" old pictures up. And all of the book musings could be there, too.
Saturday, June 11, 2005
At the Lib
Well, I have 15 minutes left on the computer, and I feel compelled to write something, so I may have to add some links later (or not). I got Jane Hamsher's book from the Montco Lib yesterday, so maybe I will read it. Read Paul on the Playoffs while it's still there. It has made him more famous than his basketball skills, which, while prodigious, are only barely NBA level. I'll post this on Xanga, too, just so I posted something. Like I said, very few links. Gotta get home and do yardwork & stuff.
Tuesday, June 07, 2005
Two hour blackout during the storm last night. Will any of this be interesting later? Probably not. Here it is anyway.
Chris Locke rant - do you think he ever read Harry Turtledove's Colonization series? CBO home
The old CBO link that led to this.
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