Browsing All Posts published on »March, 2007«

One Million Dollars

March 31, 2007


NEW PODCAST AT or search iTunes for Bowl of Cheese. Or go to iTunes to get it. Here’s the text of that podcast… A few weeks ago my aunt and uncle gave one million dollars to cancer research. In an age where many homes cost a million bucks, people pay multi-millions to take a […]

Car parts

March 28, 2007


I’ve just recently had a bunch of car-part spams delivered here to Bowl of Cheese. I’m not sure if this is the result of my extravagant vehicle tastes or if it’s because I recently told someone I need a new brake light, but it’s certainly odd. I fear that we’re moving ever faster toward Idiocracy […]

Stamps Forever? WHAT!?

March 26, 2007


The U.S. Postal Service – as if they didn’t have enough to do – has decided to start selling stamps that never expire and are always worth the ‘first-class’ rate. Read the story on If that’s not the stupidest thing I have ever heard. Hey, McDonald’s. Why didn’t you keep selling your burgers for […]


March 25, 2007


OK. You’ve heard about Twitter by now (and if you haven’t and need a more techy view, go here) and you’re wondering what all the buzz is about. Here’s my two cents… Twitter is a little computer program that allows you to share what you’re doing with the world and to see what things are […]

Bathmat Rorschach

March 23, 2007


From Wikipedia (links in this block don’t work, it was just a quick, early-morning cut and paste for your reading pleasure): The Rorschach inkblot test (Pronounced roar-shock) is a method of psychological evaluation. Psychologists use this test to try to examine the personality characteristics and emotional functioning of their patients. The Rorschach is currently the […]

Popular Science – Ask a Geek

March 22, 2007


In dire need of help? Then go right to Popular Science for advice on anything from plugging in your Prius to building a stronger Wifi base-station…perfect for any wijackers out there. Link’s below. Ask a Geek More to come…

It’s like Catsup (or Ketchup)

March 21, 2007


The waiting really is the hardest part. Back in November I submitted a play to the Boston Playwrights’ Theater for inclusion in their Theater Marathon 2007. The event takes place in May (see the link above) and will show around 50 ten-minute plays from New England playwrights. Since I’m from New England and I’m a […]