Saturday night, I shot “backstage footage” for Struts…
This week, I worked on the setup crew for the President’s visit to Sun City Center.
The other day, we had a flock of Sandhill Cranes in our front lawn.
They were grand, regal birds. We fed them corn and bread.
Today I was at the International Plaza Genius Bar getting an estimate to repair an eMac I own whose analog board is giving up the ghost.
There’s about 10 people listed in the queue, and there’s one Genius helping people one at a time. About fifteen minutes into my wait time, a second Apple Genius comes striding out of the back room and walks toward the front of the store. He then comes back with a large, fit gentleman and a couple of friends.
Well, the first annual Molecular Media holiday party was a rousing success. Thanks to everyone for showing up!
Maybe this month will be a little quieter, but I actually hope not – working so much doing things I love, in a manner that directly affects companies I have ownership in, is extremely gratifying.
Read about my good friend Jeremy Likness, and his epic journey from an overweight, out-of-shape, self-described “loser” to the sleek, fit, award winner he is today.
I make my own salsa these days, and my family thinks I’ve honed in on a great recipe.
This is one of those pointless blog posts where you want to keep up the momentum, but you have nothing to write about.
And, really, it’s all about the momentum, isn’t it? Gaining inertia is hard, and I really do have a lot of junk. …
Tea has an extremely long history, even in my own life. I remember vividly my maternal grandfather making the rich Ceylon teas he’d bring back from his travels. I never drank them then – they seemed an adult beverage to me. Yet I was fascinated by the process, the tradition, the smells.
I’m lazy. I don’t exercise, but I should. I’m getting a tire ’round my middle, and I want it to go away.
Many have said that cutting your intake of high-fructose corn syrup will make you shed the pounds pretty quickly. I believe this to be true.
Back when Mac OS X was young, and Apple hadn’t yet settled on their toolchain, wget was included as a CLI tool for getting files from URLs. When 10.1 came around, wget disappeared in favor of cURL . I have no idea if there were internal political reasons at Apple …
The Ierna family is a large and extended one. We originally hailed from Sicily. I’m not much of a genealogist, but I gather that my paternal great grandparents were straight off the boat. Their listings can be found on the Ellis Island site. You can find pictures of the family …
Cabo San Lucas, being a tourist destination, has a great many activities available. At Jerryâ€™s spur-of-the-moment suggestion, Andrew booked us on an all-terrain-vehicle tourâ€¦
While in Cabo, my business partners and I went game fishing. A short water-taxi ride brought us to a 28-foot fishing boat which ferried us up and down the Cabo coast, about a mile outâ€¦