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Category Archives: Home and Family
Oliver and the Pool – Does grief need isolation or company? Continue reading
I admired Nimoy for this, and followed his career unflinchingly through everything from Mission Impossible to Fringe. And of course I enjoyed all his characters, as well as whatever speaking engagements I was able to attend, and his writing. But it they never spoke to me like Spock. Continue reading
There are some things that are such a pleasure to do, to pass along, to endorse… it kind of feels like cheating, like “duh” this doesn’t even have to be said. Yeah, this is one of those. I love the … Continue reading
Our pretty red toaster died this week. Sunbeam Oster. It wasn’t even three years old. I know, I know, they don’t make things like they used to. But it’s just a toaster, it’s supposed to be pretty fundamentally simple. … Continue reading
Really, I’m not doing much here. Just trying to draw your attention to someone else’s work on how Facebook’s recent bout of ill-conceived changes continue to mess with your privacy, your communications, and your ability to actually use the system … Continue reading
Last Friday I installed a new thermostat in the house, the first one since we moved in. Now the prior thermostat was programmable, hourly and daily you could configure it to heat and cool as you like. It made a … Continue reading
No posts in August so far. Guess it’s because it’s been incredibly busy. Both fun and work have conspired to eat up all "down" time this month. So what have we been up to? Justin has a job as a … Continue reading
All I want to say is: $1800 for a refrigerator and it doesn’t even connect to the Internet?
The Year End Christmas Letter Well, it’s the end of the year and time to reflect on how we spent 525,600 minutes. That chunk of time reference comes the song Seasons of Love from the musical RENT. This is … Continue reading
The Annual Christmas letter will be posted here on… well on Christmas of course…
Last set of photos for a while. Phase one is almost complete (some minor adjustments still due. Is it really possible to get a dishwasher mounted crooked in all three dimensions? Oh yes, but it takes a very special talent.) Blue … Continue reading
This morning I was at my computer having my breakfast coffee. I was joined by a squirrel with toast. Quite a feast for the little guy, he’s still chowing down. Thought you’d enjoy a picture.