For thousands of years, labyrinths have existed in a multitude of cultures. They have been used as ceremonial pathways, protective sigils, traps for unwelcome spirits and for games and dancing. They have been used for spiritual and artistic journeys. I’ve Continue reading I have a clew
The best part about Smarch is that it’s first letter is the same as the first letter of Shamrock Shake. So if you need a reminder, there it is. I was going to post on how I just had Continue reading Lousy Smarch Weather
When you decide that you’re going to start a new company and you chose a name, and then go ahead and spent the time and effort and money to design a logo and get ready to do mailings and all Continue reading Gump for President
Looks like my impromptu vacation to Florida was well timed. My grandmother passed away last night. Everything else is chaos in planning, but it looks like the funeral will be next Tuesday here in NJ.
LONG — This weekend was K&Q Fencing champions in Panther Vale (White River Junction, VT). The executive summary is that many of us from the local area headed up to the tournament and it was ultimately won by Lord Continue reading Family First
We’ve been using Google Maps for years now, ever since it was first released. I find the Ajax interface to be very easy to navigate, and I’m happy with the results. One of the great things about Google is that they Continue reading Google Maps Rox
What happened to the days of good service? I thought it was just restaurants and gas stations that have lost good customer service, but today I found out that it hit my doctor’s office as well. I get a Continue reading Would you like your windows washed, sir?
It’s Friday. Work sucks. I’ve been programming all morning, and I keep uncovering more errors in the code. It’s my own damn fault. We rewrote a shared library over a year ago, but hadn’t updated the OTHER app which used Continue reading GRRRRrrRRRrrRR