searching @ tastypopsicle.com
I've decided to open up the weblog archive. At one point is was closed off except to registered members due to an incident, However, that company has since closed its doors so they can just eat it. Use the search to find something that youmight be looking for. Maybe you'll find it.
weblog archive : may 2002
How do you know when you're "old"? I always find it interesting on the days when I just sorta realize that I'm not really this young person anymore. I look forward to my morning drive to work so I can listen to WGN 720am radio. It's a news and talk station that I listen to on my way to and from work. Yea, some days I still like to turn up the rdaio real loud while I listen to Energy or one of Amy's tapes in the car. But there's something rather pleasant, entertaining, and calming about the folks on WGN. And when I get to work and I see that someone has already started to brew a cup of coffee I get all happy and excited. mmmmmmmmmm coffee!
So today was one of those days that I just felt a little older.
And you do realize that we're already 5 months into the year, right?
Take a look at the General Discussion message board for a look at the events that unfolded on 2 May 2002. On that same day, though, my birthday present from Amy arrived. Even though my birthday is 28 February, she knew what she wanted to get me. It had more to do with timing and funds. So I finally got a chess clock. Perhaps a little dorky I'm sure you're thinking but I have always wanted one ever since my Bobby Fischer days back in '86. At any rate, it's the Chronos clock - THE best clock out there. And it should be for the price she paid for it... but it's absolutely wonderful and very, very thoughtful of her. Thank you soooooo much!! I really can't thank you enough.
And, Amy was finally able to order her CHRISTMAS gifts from me... terrible, I know. But losing my job right before the holidays last year did not help at all. So she gathered up her list and was able to get some of the things she was hoping to get. I'll let her tell you all about it if she wants to.
A big hello to Cooper, Kristen, Nathan, and Jen who visited with us this weekend. Unfortunately, I had a lot of work to do so I wasn't able to run around to the thrift stores with them but we did find time to laugh and hang out.
The music that I'm groovin' to is - some crap
This weekend was a complete washout. It's still crappy and rainy out. blahhhhhhh.....
Gotta get to work, fool!
Ps. The logout works on the homepage now - sorry about that.
Thanks to Seth for hooking me up. And I should get Office X installed in the next couple of days as well. We're also working on the basics : Photoshop 7, Illustrator 10, GoLive 6, BBEdit 6.5, Flash and Dreamweaver MX, etc... etc... If you can help out let me know. MAC only please at this time. Hopefully I can turn the ol' iMac into a Hotline server too or something. We'll see.
If this goes well I'll have to clean up the G4 and the iBook to get OS X onto them as well. One thing at a time though
I haven't had this much fun being a tech dork since high school, man.
That's all I gotta say about that lame ass "network". It's all a big power-trip thing. Anyway, MAC users DL Limewire NOW if you're looking for anything. I tried using it a couple years ago when it was first developed and it was really unstable then. But it has definitely expanded into THE place for MAC software, et al. In less than 2 days time I have a complete system now (sans OS 9.2 which I still need to get my hands on to install with OS X). I sorta reached the point where I was like "What else is there to get? I think I have it all."
arrrgggg Ahoy there matey! This here is pirate grounds!
Like Seth said, "It's all research" for his English paper.
The music that I'm groovin' to is - the House CD from the Perfecto Collection
All For Doggies is done! That's right, the application that just wouldn't end finally did. Time to resell that baby. That would be nice. gettin' paid was very nice too, though. At least I know my rent can be covered
Went out this past Saturday with Amy to the Magnificant Mile so she could get some bags from the stores for one of the pictures she had to take for a final project. It was kinda nice to window shop without actually shopping. So we went into Tiffany's, BR, Kenneth Cole, Saks, and we almost went into Prada but that would have been ridiculous.
Ps. If you need any work done let me know. Gracias
This is a test, I know... and I hope we can pass it.
On a lighter note - these are the last couple of days of school for Amy. After Friday she is done for the semester. We're both really looking forward to it and we hope that this summer can be an enjoyable one.
I'd love to hear from you folks out there...
welcome.to.chicago :: 18 jun 2013 @ 2.58pm CT