Monthly Archives: December 2007

Nodebox

If you ever enjoyed playing with an etch-a-sketch, take a look at this. That’s a pretty impressive piece of software.

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Quirky?

I was reading this article about Tim Burton’s film version of Sweeney Todd, with Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham-Carter when I was struck by this line: Bonham Carter has happily ruled out acting projects for the near future (though she’ll … Continue reading

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The Gym

I joined a gym a couple of months ago. As a result, I’ve become very buff, but I don’t want to talk about that now. Instead, I want to make a few observations. First: It takes all kinds. One guy … Continue reading

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Moved Office

I spent the day (with two helpers) swapping offices at church with the secretary. (Boy, will she be surprised! 🙂 Everything is done now except … well, actually a whole bunch of things. But the main thing still to be … Continue reading

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Nutcracker

Years and years ago, I saw a fraction of the Nutcracker on TV. Nobody else wanted to watch it, so I had to use the black and white TV in my parents’ bedroom. I don’t remember much about it, except … Continue reading

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New Show

I’ve been casting around for some new (old) series Television to watch when I exercise, now that I’m all done with Buffy. (There’s Angel, I suppose.) Anyway, I tried StarGate and Babylon 5 and they both were, uh, not things … Continue reading

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