I finished a narrative of our trip to Alaska with more details than anyone would ever care about. However, if you feel that the rest of the interent is a little too exciting, then you might want to give it a read here. You can also read about many of our other trips on my… Continue reading Our Alaska Trip
I’ve been slowly adopting using Google’s office-like tools more and more. I know, G‑Mail is so last year, and it’s a bit silly to just now be talking about me getting into it. I have no real intention of just giving up my POP e‑mail account or stopping my use of Outlook to manage e‑mails… Continue reading My Google Shift
Mt McKinley Summit by Jason Coleman — The view of the summit from about 9,000 feet in a small airplane. The wind was about 65mph at the peak to blow the snow off like that according to our pilot.
I know I’ve had a few short posts before about comment spam here before, and occasionally I still get some to come through. However, Akismet has done a remarkably good job of catching almost all of them, and with only a single false positive I’ve ever found (and that was because the commenter had placed… Continue reading Aksimet Is Awesome
Today was the final twenty mile run of this season for me. I was scheduled to run it yesterday, but we had rain all day and the temperature stayed around 50°F. The run got cancelled to prevent anyone from getting hypothermia (four hours in that weather wearing nothing but a t‑shirt and shorts can easily… Continue reading A Chilly Twenty
The main cast of Battlestar Galactica on the set of the Galactica’s hanger. I just finished watching the Season Three premiere of SciFi Channel’s Battlestar Galactica. I just want to go on the official record to say that BG is the greatest show ever on television. That’s right, better than The West Wing. Better than… Continue reading Battlestar Great-showica
This is blog meme from a long time ago and I’m just now getting around to posting it, even though it was old even before I did it, as at least one of the songs indicates. In keeping with the idea of the meme as I first read it, I one day just put my… Continue reading Five Random Songs
Early last month, my brother, Dave, and his band mate Dave Ray traveled up to Richmond to play a Coal Men show at the Ashland Coffee and Tea House. I wasn’t sure what to expect when Dave C. told me that the bass player, Hitch, wouldn’t be able to make it. Most trios have to… Continue reading The Coal Men Play Richmond