Monthly Archives: September 2012

Perfect Day For Some Ball

Just about a perfect day for softball, and a close game, and a happy crew.

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Calming Shuttle

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Eva’s Id

It is becoming increasingly apparent Ann Romney has lived as sheltered a life as has her husband. Romney’s remarks, then, are of a piece with a narrative – poverty as character defect – favored by many who know exactly jack … Continue reading

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Water Heater & More Hiatus

In fairly short order between August 6 and 17th, first the apple tree’s main limb parted ways with the trunk and fell five or so feet onto the garage roof, and ten days later the water tank for the upstair’s … Continue reading

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The Eyes Have It

Rachel S. Smith is a Senior Consultant and the Director of Digital Facilitation Services for The Grove Consultants International in San Francisco, CA. Rachel develops ways to integrate technology into visual practice. She has a deep understanding of new media … Continue reading

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Glori, the Dancing Cat

The most modest sort of trickery results in a well-received posting to Google+, shared here. Glori, our eldest, tripping the light fantastic in her tuxedo!

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Teaching Cartoon: I Got ’em, You Got ’em

h/t my wife Susan, who compiled cartoons for a class she taught. I am redeploying some of them.

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