Archive for the 'general' Category

If Spam Were Real It’d Be Illegal

Wednesday, July 6th, 2005

I feel like I need a shower. I just finished going through my spam folder on Gmail. It got a little large because, well, I just moved and things have been busy. It’s been about 10 days since I cleaned through it, and had about 1200 messages to scan for “real” mail. This stuff, even […]

Train your spouse on your alarm clock

Tuesday, June 28th, 2005

Train your spouse on your alarm clock: don’t let technology ruin your marriage

At least one giant is nimble

Friday, June 17th, 2005

As you may or may not know (or care, even), we’re in the process of moving. One mistake we made was agreeing to leave our washer and dryer with our old house. As such, we’re buying new ones. We researched on-site, and then ordered online from A couple of days later, we got an […]

Kids these days

Friday, June 10th, 2005

I walked in the house yesterday and Skylar, my five-year-old daughter, was typing at my wife’s iBook. I went over to see her, and noticed that she was in the midst of typing an e-mail to her aunt, all by herself. Amazing that at 5 she can do this, but that’s not the point of […]

AMBER Alerts on your cell phone: Technology wins again

Wednesday, May 25th, 2005

Today while driving home from New Hampshire, my cell phone beeped with the following message: AMBER ALERT: West Haven, CT White 4 dr Honda Accord. FL-003911 CHILD: 6 Wht F 3ft 60lbs Blue Brn COMP: White F Hair: Brown Suspect: White F Hair: Brn Call 860-685-8190 I had forgotten about it until the note came […]

iTunes Podcast approval required? Let’s hope we’re interpreting this wrong

Monday, May 23rd, 2005

Apple has demo’d a version of iTunes that allows access to podcasts, but reports indicate that podcasts need to be approved by Apple first. Let’s hope we’re reading that wrong.