Browsing All Posts published on »May, 2006«

Worries

May 31, 2006

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I’ve started a companion blog to Bowl of Cheese and it’s actually going to be an exercise in creating a book while blogging. If you’d like to help, and lose all rights to your comments as I’ll use the good ones in the book, then please visit. For anyone who contributes a worthy snippet, you’ll […]

Amber and Leo

May 30, 2006

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One of my favorite podcasts is Inside the Net with Amber MacArthur and Leo Laporte. They have a special chemistry that comes from working with each other for an extended period and the topics they cover are mostly cool. Note that I say ‘mostly’. In a recent show, the pair interviewed the creators of ClaimID […]

Movie Man

May 26, 2006

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If you’re a devotee of the arts, as you most likely are if you read Bowl of Cheese with any regularity, then you know that I have been bitten with the movie bug. And I’ve decided to take the independent film path to greatness – (Not unlike Michael Rand – film and editorial genius who […]

Mega Weekend Edition

May 26, 2006

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This post will have to be a compilation of ideas and thoughts from the preceding week because I’ve become a scatter-brained, blathering, one-armed paper hanging moron. OK, OK, I’m not a moron and I hate to wallpaper or paint. But I’m losing my mind and have had about a billion great ideas for Blog posts, […]

Duh Vinci Code

May 23, 2006

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I actually liked the DaVinci Code – both the book (or audio tape) and the movie. If you’re a longtime reader of Bowl of Cheese (or Jblog as it was called back then), you’ll remember when I ranted on about the audio. I talked about the plot a little bit and marveled at how much […]

Witness Protection

May 22, 2006

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I’ve enjoyed Yard Sailing/ne SALING for ages and this weekend was no different. Even though we had nutmeg’s graduation with her Master’s for teaching, there was still adequate time to get a proper collection of yard sale crap from various venues. Alas, while at one of these great venues I was accosted by some Jehovahs. […]

Emotion quotient

May 21, 2006

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This weekend I went to nutmeg’s graduation and came to realize many things: I weep like a baby when people urge me to think about all my friends and family have done for me over time…probably the best way a mugger could get me to go quietly (aside from brandishing a gun or other weapon […]