Monthly Archives: November 2007

Rain!

Look at this! An un-retouched screen capture of my Mac’s dashboard weather widget. We haven’t had rain since August 31/September 1. Update: the paper says we got 2.24 inches — whoa! That’s about 3/4 of our annual supply.

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ScanSnap S510M

One of the relatives I saw over Thanksgiving is an attorney. He was telling me all the ways I could leverage the internet to promote the church I serve. Most of it was what you’d expect (“start a blog”, “post … Continue reading

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Moved Hosts…

I’ve moved from one hosting service to another. [Basically, the reason was that we were moving hosts at church (a month or two back) and I didn’t want to have to cope with two wildly different administrative interfaces. So…] I’ve … Continue reading

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Omni-Outliner

I’ve decided I hate Omni-Outliner. It’s a shame, since it’s the best outliner for the Mac that I’ve yet found. But they give me no choice. I just can’t stand it any more. Here are some things I dislike about … Continue reading

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Good book

If Amazon didn’t make it so hard to recommend buying a book from them, I’d post a link to Practical Ruby for System Administration. I purchased a copy a couple of weeks ago, and just finished reading it. You can … Continue reading

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Buffy: Game Over (Updated)

I finished watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer last night. Seven seasons, each with 20-odd episodes. The episodes used to be 42 minutes but they dropped to about 38 in season five with the network jump. I could write lots of … Continue reading

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Blogging Resumes

Do you realize that toward the end of October I published an article every day for more than a week? That has to be a first for this blog. Part of the reason has to be MarsEdit, my new blogging … Continue reading

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