Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Thursday, February 05, 2009
Trivia Weekend is coming soon. That fifty hour marathon of sleep deprived thinking starts on Friday the 13th. I suppose there will be a question about the origins of that superstition. The visual trivia prep has been progressing but the team still has some unresolved photos. More information about Trivia Weekend is on the radio station's website http://kvsc.org/
Saturday, November 22, 2008
Friday, August 15, 2008
I thought it was appropriate to get around to making an update on my blog in commemoration of my completion of another trip around the Sun. Yes, I have clicked the year counter up again. I am still ignoring the AARP membership opportunities. It is interesting to see who sends birthday greetings - my insurance agent, the contracting house that I do my billing through, Culver's, Noodles, and Borders. Of course, I also got more personal greetings and a bottle of Port.
Sunday, July 20, 2008
Yes, I know there are unboxing photos on the net already for MacBook Pros. After all the computer has been out for a few years. My daughter got one a couple of months ago and I was looking back through photos today and found these fun unboxing pics.
I loaded the entire set basically unedited to my Flickr account MacBook Unboxing
Thursday, July 10, 2008
Okay, so I reused a title. I didn't realize I missed the entire month of June in my posts.
Another thing that has been a long time is the sighting of a BSOD. I have a older model Dell laptop issued by my employer and today I got to see something that I had not seen for a very long time I just had to take a photo with my iPhone to remember the experience of shock and dismay.
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
The Hugo tornado went about 7 miles north of our house. Too me that is just too close. Our niece was less than a mile from the tornado path. Her new place had some siding damage and her car was hail damaged. I did a walk around of our house after the storm and did find some roofing damage. I have a attached a photo so that you are able to see the extent of the damage. No one was home at the time.