Seriously, when did we start calling new job news “personal news” and why? It’s professional news. It’s just me, getting a new job. Personal news is “we adopted a dog” (we did!) or “we’re having another kid” (we’re not!) or maybe “we’re moving to New York” (also not happening!). But other things *are* happening. Personal […]
Now that I’m back from vacation, here’s what’s on my to-do list for, uh, the foreseeable future: Finish developing the pre-alpha version of ReportingOn and launch it. Like, really, really soon. Go to SND/APME next week, speak on Sunday, go to some awesome sessions and pimp ReportingOn to every editor I meet. Write the first […]
I’ve been a little busy for the last week or so moving across the country, although going weeks between posts isn’t really anything new here, eh? As always, I’m posting to Twitter far more often than I could hope to blog here. While I’m slammed with life and work busy-ness, please check out the following […]
Downtown Santa Cruz yesterday in daylight hours, among throngs of candy-seeking children and stroller-pushing parents (notably, myself, the wife, and our neighbors). I’m the one in the funny hat. Last year, this costume was quite a bit less baby-friendly.
It has been a long time since I’ve been this happy to see a Friday night. It’s the end of my first full week back at work since the birth of our daughter. It’s the end of a week that started with a blog post that was intended to get approximately the amount of attention […]
Because shortly before our daughter arrived, I ordered a webcam from Amazon. It was here when we got back from the hospital, and it took about 15 minutes of setup to start streaming video via Skype to four grandparents spread across North and South America. The only hard part? Not scratching myself wrong in the […]
May 14th, 2007, 1:46 p.m. 5 lbs. 10 oz. 19.25 inches All is well.
Fire in the Evening by Paul Klee (I started this post out as a list of the most popular posts on this blog this year, and then immediately got bored with it, which I figured wasn’t a good sign of the prospects of you, dear readers, becoming bored as well. Hence, the following seven inklings/predictions/resolutions.) […]
[UPDATE: Proof of concept available at Flickr…] When: Thursday October 19th, 6 p.m. Where: Gordon Biersch on San Fernando in Downtown San Jose (map) Who: Um, that would be you, and a mix of SJSU grad and undergrad students, and whoever else shows up. All are welcome, especially if your birthday is anytime soon. How: […]