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Sunday January 16, 2005
09:19 PM

Do not look sulky!

Monday October 04, 2004
02:23 PM

"One of these summers the West will burn down."

Dear journal:

Fire fighters, instead of being viewed as heroes, should be called what they are: money grubbing mercenaries out to kill fires. [Forest] Fires have as much right to exist as grizzlies and wolves.

Tuesday June 15, 2004
01:21 PM

Dereliction of diligence

07:35 AM

Three-hour boy-meets-girl candyfloss extravaganza

Girlfriends

also - Fire

Monday February 16, 2004
02:34 PM

WMP in my DVD player? No thanks.

MicroS..t is trying to embrace and extend (and we know what that means) the nascent digitial home theater business. But as one independent contractor wrote:

"...Just in writing this article, my laptop running WinXP crashed twice, and I'm not willing to specify that level of unreliability into a customer's system."

Tuesday December 03, 2002
04:40 PM

Useful stuff for Perl Monks

[ #9254 ]
Those of you who use Perl Monks frequently may be interested in the the module and suite of tools I published recently. They allow you to perform various PerlMonks tasks programmatically or at the command line.
Wednesday October 23, 2002
11:22 AM

Bad Ass

Tuesday October 22, 2002
10:32 AM

Pandorama

Here is a very cool "camera-less film" by the very cool Nina Paley. It is called Pandorama .

(Caution: it's a 16 megabyte Quicktime video.)

10:17 AM

Satanicide

Yesterday I read in someone's blog about how the First Lady is teaming up with rock music players Satanicide to promote teen abstinence.

And don't miss WWJD!

Friday October 18, 2002
10:05 AM

Falls Church

It's strange, hearing the name of my little home town mentioned all over the national news. Ordinarily, Falls Church is obscured in the umbra of Washington D.C.

I wasn't too scared about the sniper thing while he was striking up in Maryland and down around Fredericksburg. I mean, it was terrible, and cause for great concern, but I didn't feel like my own life was in danger.

But... I live about a mile away from that Home Depot. I've been there many times. I drive by that shopping center every day, on my way to and from work.

Not that I'm afraid, really. Between the tiny probability of the sniper fixing me in his crosshairs, and the fact that I'm not afraid to die, there isn't much reason to be really scared.