Browsing All Posts published on »June, 2007«

Toilet Talk

June 30, 2007

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Here’s my comment in response to Ben Casnocha’s recent post. —— As someone who uses the bathroom more often than most of the population, my concern is with the entire experience.What about locks on stall doors, soundproofing, toilet paper that is routed correctly so it doesn’t come off in shards, as well as all the […]

Dinner

June 29, 2007

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Mmmm, sushi. More to come…

Who’s reading

June 28, 2007

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The other day I turned Juliet on to StatTracker and she’s been an addict ever since. This neat little blog add-on allows me to see when people like Leo Laporte, Wil Wheaton or Steve Jobs visit my site. It also lets me track people in different countries like France, England and even those crazed maniacs […]

Condition This

June 28, 2007

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The chopstick falling into my engine was almost dehabilitating in the way it frustrated me. The air conditioner still wouldn’t drain and now the wooden sushi transport tool would probably thwart my efforts to remove it from the engine compartment of my tiny car. Then, in a classic thingstoworryabout.com moment, it would likely jiggle loose […]

Podcast review

June 27, 2007

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Last night at the meet-up (yes, still blathering about that), I started to think what characteristics really make a podcast or a blog worth listening to or reading. Here are the top five things that make this form of media a positive experience for me. I’ve also included a podcast name with each of the […]

Visual

June 27, 2007

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It’s been a while since I’ve done a post with a photo and decided to put up a few shots from Cooperstown and various other adventures. Enjoy. More to come…

Reprinted with permission

June 23, 2007

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Here is an article I wrote here on Bowl of Cheese back in June 2006. It is reprinted with my own permission as some people were still unclear on the concept of blogging for money versus blogging as a journalistic endeavor and blogging as a vehicle of self-expression. You realize, I hope, that blogging can […]