Slushy Road Originally uploaded by super_structure. I took my truck in yesterday to have some service done (minor recall crap). The dealership gave me a rental for the day, which turned out to be a Mazda 3. Okay, it’s not Ferrari or anything, but much nicer than the broken down Ford Focus they gave me… Continue reading My Rental
Today, I’m working on a Flickr search engine for FireFox. Why hasn’t someone done that already? Well, for one, Flickr isn’t really set up for external searches.
I’ve got the site, well, looking exactly like it did a couple of days ago.
I’m in the process of upgrading to WordPress 1.5. Yes, I’m about a week late, but I’m no less excited.
Numb3rs has a lot of promise as a series. It can certainly have some interesting cases due to the fact that pretty much everything can be tied in to math. However, I do find the portrayal of the scientists as somewhat trite, in that they’re all spacey and can’t remember if they weren’t going in or out of the building because they’re too deep in thought.
Bloggers seem to be the story in the news lately. This all reminds me of Gomer Pyle shouting “Cit-i-zen’s Arrast, Cit-i-zen’s Arrast!”
Not much going on today, other than tons of work and still under the sick spell. I did want to point out a very short, but glowing review of the The Coal Men on the Tennessean web site posted yesterday. Just in case you’re too lazy to click: You won’t find a shortage of skilled roots-rock… Continue reading The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly
Twin Turkey VulturesOriginally uploaded bysuper_structure. A couple of turkey vultures landed outside my office window today during my lunch break. Apparently, they come around every once in a while to prey on the dead geese and ducks around the small lakes in the immediate area. While quite possibly one of the ugliest birds you can… Continue reading Twin Turkey Vultures
My reason for not posting for the last week is that I’ve been very sick. Some sort of respiratory infection. Nothing that would constitute an emergency, though.