It’s been a long month that went by really quickly. However, I suspect in a couple of weeks I’ll be longing for the good ‘ole days of July ’07. I know that I’ve completely dropped the ball on writing on this site this past month. I really regret that as it’s only because way too… Continue reading July Has Thirty One Days
I cannot believe I missed this terrific news a week ago. The five Bulgarian nurses and Palestinian doctor who have been falsely imprisoned and tortured for 8 1/2 years in Libya have been freed. They arrived in Bulgaria last week. Their story is a dark one for not just their lives, but for for medical… Continue reading Tripoli Six Are Alive and Freed
Rock God by Jason Coleman â€“ Dave playing with his band, The Coal Men, at Ashland Coffee & Tea on July 12th, 2007.
Though few seem to acknowledge the strides that TiVo has been making in IPTV (as opposed to Apple), Engadget is reporting that you can now purchase Amazon Unbox content straight from your TiVo. They call it Buy on TV (direct, if not entirely creative). I doubt that it is a ‘cable television replacement’ just yet,… Continue reading TiVo Is Still Ahead on IPTV
After fiddling around with running Windows XP on Parallels for several months, I came to the conclusion that the best method of installation is to use Apple’s Boot Camp first and run Parallels off of the Boot Camp partition (which is a really cool option to have, just so you know). However, due to the nature… Continue reading Re-activating Windows
Angela and I are both really excited about Harry Potter this month because within the span of about a week, both the fifth film will come to theaters (we’ve already got our tickets) and the seventh book, and final, book will be arriving at bookstores (yes, we’ve already got one copy on reserve at our… Continue reading Harry Potter and the Getting of Your Act Together
My co-worker Ronnie has a friend who has a friend who made a very nice recording of the Son Volt concert I attended a few weeks ago. I have to say, there’s something cool about listening to a live recording knowing you’re one of the people shouting in the audience on it.
When you discover you’re having a child, the first thing that everyone asks is “do you know if it’s a boy or a girl?” I know we do. Provided you have an answer to that question, other than “we’ve decided to not know the sex of the child,” the next question is always “do you… Continue reading The Number Two Most Asked Question Right Now