I think I need to spring for a faster wireless network or I’ll definitely be dead before these files get copied.
The weather was crappy this last weekend, we were all a bit under the weather, and I wanted to leave the TV and video games turned off. So headed into the electronics graveyard and pulled some CDROM drives. And the fun begins.
In 1860 in California (and elsewhere) there was a huge locust storm and someone created this to remember it. Quite effective I think. If they’d made a chart out of the locusts, even Mr. Tufte would like it. This kind of thing sticks in your mind more than a book about locusts, or about their […]
The J Peterman catalog was one of my first stops because their coolest stuff sells out. And it turns out they have some stuff still available that I consider some of the most amazing gift items on the web.
As the Holidays approach, shutters are going to be ‘a clickin’. Being able to spread smiles digitally is truly a magical use of web technology. Grandmas and Grandpas, Aunts and Uncles can all keep track of family members’ special moments effortlessly via RSS and a few new tools, displaying photos on the new RSS-enabled photo frames or any one of screensavers.
In today’s New York Times, a fabulous piece gives the account of Steven Kurutz and his friend Chris’ slow, musical meanderings through Kentucky’s bourbon heaven and should not be missed. While I don’t drink much, I’m a big fan of Woodford Reserve, which is very close to Lexington and the only bourbon distillery I’ve visited. […]