Posts with mood pleased (4)
FlightPredictor HD featured in October webOS Pivot magazine!
Posted on 2011-10-26 19:55:00
Tags: palmpre projects
Well, this is a bit bittersweet since the October issue still hasn't been pushed to TouchPad's, but some clever folks at webOSRoundup found it anyway, and FlightPredictor HD is featured! I've posted the thumbnails below - click through for the full pages.
A depressing thought followed by happy music
Posted on 2009-03-24 12:58:00
Tags: music links
Depressing thought: Apparently, for every 1% increase in unemployment, 47,000 more people die.
Happy music: thru-you is a set of mixed YouTube songs, which doesn't really do it justice. My favorites are #1 and #5!
rattling around in my brain
Music: Run Lola Run Soundtrack - "Running One"
Posted on 2008-04-15 13:54:00
Tags: projects programming
I like being around people. I like having people over/visiting people. I'm sorry if I don't give out that impression.
watchdog.net launched today and it looks pretty neat - I volunteered my services. One of the founders wrote this essay on how to be more productive.
Posted on 2007-07-23 09:26:00
Tags: pictures work
I had a really nice weekend. Saturday we had a DC-touristy day as we crossed off a few spots on the "places to see" list (pictures from the weekend). First up was the Kwik-E-Mart where we procured a Squishee and a sprinkled donut (both eaten quickly) and a Buzz Cola and box of Krusty O's (still at home). Even the employees were dressed up in Apu-like clothes (lime green!), although I felt a little weird about taking their picture. The place was pretty busy.
Library of Congress was up next - we took a tour led by a very knowledgeable woman with a delightful British accent. It's a beautiful building with lots and lots of authors and leading scientists, etc. of the day on the walls and such. After that was the National Botanic Garden which had a lot of neat-looking flowers and plants and such. Then we went to an art gallery which was sufficiently underwhelming that I don't remember its name.
We were pretty tired by this point so we went to Dupont Circle and had dinner at a trendy-looking place. Top Gun was playing on a big TV (although no sound), oddly enough.
Sunday we stayed at home, played a little WoW but mostly relaxed and read. I bought Man in the Middle by John Amaechi (the first NBA player to come out, albeit after his career was over), which was pretty interesting, and we both managed to get through it yesterday. We're saving the new Harry Potter for the big trip in September but I've mostly forgotten what happened in book 6 so we're listening to that again, which makes car trips more fun :-)
I just got a time off award at work (24 hours!), so yay for that!
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