Making lots of pizza dough
Just booked tickets for Tulum in Feburary. How do you say “See ya, crappy wintery doldrums!” in Spanish?
Watching video of Sarah’s Bat Mitzvah. It’s fun to see who weathered the ’80s well, and who so horribly, horribly did not.
This is what my grandma meant when she said to befriend Jews — otherwise there’s no one to play with during Christmas.
Can you feel it? Can you feel those extra few seconds of daylight? Summer’s just around the corner now.
I’ve got three Macs set up around me, all of them at work ripping Sarah’s old CDs. Get on my hard drive, you inveterate musical bits!
If you’re not listening to The Bugle podcast, your life simply does not have as much funny in it as it could. http://tinyurl.com/3x54yc
One of my goals for this holiday season: a movie a day from Thursday to Christmas. A boy can dream.
Any day brightens with a little bit of letterpressing
Fifteen months later, and strangers are still finding our wedding website and emailing us for tips about using Promontory Point.
Alpha testing Things. Impressed by what I see so far.
Run Quickbooks on a Mac? Read this now: http://tinyurl.com/25u8bl
My house smells like latkes.
My dad has been in communication with Fake Steve Jobs. I fear where this will lead.
If I email someone a congratulations for having achieved Inbox Zero, do I still get the points for good intentions?
I’m a little ashamed by how much time I spent on this: http://tinyurl.com/3c9f5y
Holy shmoley, 1600 spam messages overnight. Almost all of them during the 4am hour. I should really kill my catch-all.
Whoa, referral stats on flickr. Nifty. http://www.flickr.com/photos/me/stats/
How is it already pledge drive season again?
Spectre, our G5 iMac, has been checked into the AppleCare hospital for some diagnostic tests and possibly surgery. Godspeed, little buddy.
Second time in four days that I’ve lucked into a broken meter. Small victories in the life of a modern city dweller.
The scary government man said my interview may not have revealed enough to include me in the background check report. Yay for stonewalling!
There goes my dad again with the funny — http://tinyurl.com/2n8x5f
Designing our new year’s cards. Sorry, “cards.” Hint: rhymes with fetter-dressed.
I love how Quicksilver has a built-in query for searching BoardGameGeek.com.
God damn, I love it when my past self is smart enough to intercept the stupidity of my present self.
@weightshift No, though maybe they should. We are in the era of the superfluous scroll. (Says one its worst offenders.)
Just spoke with someone from the Federal Dept. of Scaring the Shit Out of You about assisting with a background check for an old friend.
It’s The End of the World as Bush Knows It, and He Feels Fine: http://tinyurl.com/3ax3v6
If you’re looking for a reason to curl up in the corner and weep, rent No End In Sight.
@cinnachick: A pound of brisket?
Show = shoveled. More snow = falling. Me = loving it.
Revelling in an exhibit of maps at the Field Museum. When in Chicago, you must go. (Just not on game day.)