Month: January 2005
Saw this picture on the news today. Very impressive and powerful photojournalism there.
MT Upgrade Woes
Well, after another MT upgrade this last week, I broke the install again with the Storable module's breaking with regard to 56-bit vs. 64-bit storage (I think — I plan to research this more later today..). Every time I upgrade, I forget to patch lib/MT/PluginData.pm, so I figured I'd document the required steps here, as […]
Alton Brown Book Signing!
This evening, Alton Brown blessed Seattle with his presence at the Elliott Bay Book Company. Diann & I waited in line before his talk for about two hours, and waited afterwards for another hour or so to get some autographs. He was there to discuss I'm Just Here for More Food , his new book […]
As Seen on TV!
So, being a relatively tech-savvy person geek and a child of the 80's and 90's, I remember seeing those ads on TV where you could call a number, order something, pay “just three easy installments of $19.95 plus shipping and handling” and have it in “four to six weeks”. Now, this being the 21st century […]
Hiked On: January 9, 2005 Weather Conditions: Approximately 35-40°F, clear skies with occasional high-level fog Elevation: 480-1576' Distance from Seattle: 30 miles Pictures: Here Forest Service: Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest Diann & I picked up this hike based on a recommendation from a new book we picked up received as an xmas gift (Thanks CK […]
Congratulations NASA and ESA!
Today marks mankinds first visit to Titan, one of Saturn's moons. Article from Space.com notes that landing confirmation occurred at 11:35AM EST. UPDATE: ESA says that the first pictures should be up at 11:45AM PST UPDATE: CNN has a picture from Huygens on the front page! No pictures from the ESA or JPL yet. UPDATE: […]
Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie Pass
Diann & I went snowshoeing up at Snoqualmie Pass this past Saturday at the Winter Trails Day event sponsored by the Seattle Mountaineers branch. It was pretty fun, actually, considering neither of us had ever been snowshoeing. Several snowshoe manufacturers were on-hand to let people try out their snowshoes ( MSR, Tubbs, Atlas and Red […]
On the way to work this morning, the bus drove by some interesting graffiti that said “Hells Angles Forever”. Funny, I didn't know that graffiti painters were into geometry!
So the local news station does a periodic weather picture, and they chose one that I took recently while hiking. See it here.
Happy Birthday to Me
Another year older for me.