Archive for the 'Everything’s Connected Somehow' Category

Den Envy

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009

Is it OK that I’m jealous of Kari’s card catalog? Because I totally am. Alas, I am no librarian. However, I do have books. I love books. Here are my bookshelves and my living room reading area: (Yes, those are Christmas lights. They stay up year round. Yes, that’s crappy wallpaper and border that came […]

Facebook

Thursday, November 13th, 2008

If you want to do the Facebook thing, I’m in. I’m slowly searching people out. It’s been rather a success. Feel free to send me a note. I started because some people from work were talking about it and made it sound interesting. They generally gave a good impression. Then they flaked out. I was […]

In An Effort To Spread Myself Thinner

Monday, July 28th, 2008

I have created a Google Blog (Blogger) account. I wanted a place where I could post via email some of the thoughts that come into my head throughout the day. Now when I’m at work and something hits me, I can just send an email and have a quick post. The Thought Exhibit Why spreading […]

Geekin’ Out

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

Last night I was at the inaugural meeting of the Bangor Area .NET Developers (BAND). Thank you Eric. You’re saying, “Roger, you don’t even play an instrument.” You are correct. Neither do I play an literal musical instrument, to fit with the theme, nor do I play a figurative programming instrument. I guess when I […]

Happy Birthday to Ted

Tuesday, January 15th, 2008

I don’t usually cop-out on posts by merely linking someone else’s (I usually cop-out by just not posting), but here’s a wise little post as Ted reflects on his 26th birthday. I think you’ll find the wisdom in his post for today. If not, you should smarten up already. Start acting your age. Man, you […]

Four Words Beget A New World

Wednesday, January 9th, 2008

Let’s take this game that Chris invited me to over a year ago, and Chris’ interest in Sci-Fi (since he’s the one who invited me to the game) and see what I can come up with. I’m not sure how the game was supposed to be played, but I wrote the first sentence that came […]