Well, part of all that I’m trying to do this weekend between our stinky fridge and New Year’s celebrations is put up a bunch of old junk on eBay so that I may get some new computer money1. Well, it turns out we have quite a bit of stuff to sell. No, none of it… Continue reading End of Year Gadget Cleaning
I’ve got loads to put up online and so I don’t want anyone to think that I’m doing nothing. However, as I’m sitting here transferring photos and video to the PC I’m drinking a glass of milk. That’s no so weird except for the fact it stinks. What’s more upsetting is this milk has been… Continue reading You Stink
We hope that everyone has a wonderful Christmas today and a happy holiday season.
In case you were wondering, I’m the 265th Jason on Google, as of today. Also, in case you were further wondering, I am prone to short fits of vanity in between periods of actually having a life.
About 7:00am on Saturday morning (Nov. 16th), Angela ran into the bedroom, threw off the covers, and yanked me by the arm. “Come here. You need to see this.” Of all the thoughts running through my head (not that many, since I was still mostly asleep), none of them had anything to do with family. I naturally… Continue reading So, We’re Pregnant
I was probably the single last person to get a copy of David Allen’s Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity. I had ordered a copy simply because it did seem so popular. I usually steer clear of the self-help and business productivity sections of the bookstore. However, the people who were talking about… Continue reading On Getting Things Done
I was recently asked by a fellow Newsvine user what my opinion was on a 2003 speech given by author Michael Crichton (Jurassic Park, The Andromeda Strain, State of Fear) at Cal. Tech. titled “Aliens Cause Global Warming.” I recalled the title and having read it some time ago, but went back to read it… Continue reading Global Warming: Don’t Blame The Aliens Mr. Crichton
A Swedish man’s appendix burst while waiting at the front of the line to get a Wii so the store manager held his place for him during a 48 hour stay at the hospital. The appendix patient still was the first person to receive a console from that store. And I thought the people working… Continue reading My Stomach Hurts Wii-ly Bad