Monthly Archives: July 2008
A Hypernote And A New Segment
So it’s been awhile since I’ve posted. There are two reasons for this: 1) I had to update WordPress, my blogging software, and the installation went horribly awry. After the “super-easy” WordPress automatic updater seriously borked my blog, I had to manually go into my database and change certain things, which wouldn’t have been so […]
Working On It
I’m in the middle of upgrading my installation of WordPress. It’s gone okay, but there are several things that are still pretty much borked. I’ve disabled the categories on the right sidebar because for some reason during the upgrade, the categories in my database got screwed. I’m working on it. Experiencing Technical Difficulties
Our Troubles Are All The Same
I’m exhausted, so I’ll write a full wrap-up of my Boston trip tomorrow night. Till then, here are a few photos: Here I am at the Sam Adams brewery sampling some of their wonderful beer. I saw some of the native wildlife today. Cheers. It looks cool, but they have a huge gift shop. They […]
links for 2008-07-11
”Goodbye from the world’s biggest polluter’ – Telegraph This almost makes me like GWB. Almost.
Can Someone Please Pronounce It “Bahstan” For Me? Please?!
I’m not a very good airplane passenger. I tend to get…well, nervous is a nice way to put it. Twitchier than a crackhead is another. But I’m proud to write that I made it to Boston with little to no flop-sweat on my brow. My conference doesn’t really begin until tomorrow, so today I just […]
Leaving On A Je…Wait, I’ve Used That Title Before Haven’t I?
I’m currently at the San Antonio airport on my way to Boston for a conference. I’ve got a layover in DFW, which apparently doesn’t have free wifi for some idiotic reason, and then I arrive this afternoon in the city of the Cream Pie (isn’t that what Boston is famous for? I’m fuzzy on my […]
Posts may be few and far between this week. My grandmother passed away last Wednesday, and I’m just not in the mood. I started to write a little something here in her memory, but I just can’t. If you’re interested, here’s the eulogy I read at her funeral. A special thanks goes out to Leigh […]