I’m reading my kids the book _Cheaper by the Dozen_ by Frank Gilbreth Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey. It’s the story of their family, but really a memoir of their father, Frank Gilbreth.
This guy probably “doesn’t mind if he doesn’t make the scene / he’s got a daytime job, he’s doin’ alright.” Disclaimer: I don’t have the faintest clue what all that music-dude mumbo jumbo means: Also, the A/D converter has a … Continue reading
A friend of mine is looking to unload his wife’s SAAB 9-5. He asked me if I’d be interested, because I bought his old SAAB 9000 back in about 1993. He was upgrading to Vipers and Corvettes and Monster Trucks. … Continue reading
A neighbor was nice enough to take us and our kids to see The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe last night. It was very good; better than I expected–much better than I was expecting in October and better than … Continue reading
It worked like a charm. Details here.
Just saw Wolfgang “Boot” Petersen’s Troy. I had this one confused in my mind with Oliver Stone’s Alexander. (They both came out a few weeks apart in 2004. I would have bet anything it was 2005, which just shows how … Continue reading
My elliptical trainer is a ProForm 650 Cardio Cross Trainer. I got it from Sears in summer (August?) of 2004. I have very few complaints. It would be nice if it had the features that the $4500 models have, but … Continue reading
The fall term is over! Hooray! Wah-hoo! Yip-yip-huzzah! Not truly. I still have one large and two small papers to write, and I need to fake up a bunch of journal reflections I was supposed to do over the last … Continue reading
I tried NetNewsWire Lite a couple of 12-15 months ago and didn’t hate it but never really got into it. But now there’s Vienna. Let’s see if I like it better now than I did NNWL back then.
I’d like to find a decent outliner for the Mac. I’ve already found an outstanding outliner, but it’s not free. In fact, it’s a little pricey for a starving seminarian. But what I really don’t like is the way they … Continue reading