I’m fascinated by spy stuff. Dead drops, microfilm dots, tiny cameras, and that kind of stuff fascinate me. I think it stems from my interest in codes, ciphers, and other forms of secret writing. Every time I hear a story about a spy getting caught, I read it, mostly for my interest in the technical [...]
Archive for April, 2006
Happy Birthday to my baby sister. I love you and hope you have a great day.
PS: Try to stay out of jail at Talladega International tomorrow Sunday!
I’m a Saint an angel!
Leigh Ann writes that Hasbro is updating Monopoly, replacing Baltic Avenue and the other streets from Atlantic City with twenty two famous landmarks from around the nation. Visit Hasbro’s Monopoly site and vote, or just look at the landmarks that Hasbro chose for the voting.
I was surprised at some of the choices. For example, start [...]
This just in from Jim Miller:
Silva 2.1 Released!
Tom & Patricia Silva are please to announce the release of Silva version 2.1. This new release is code named “Katherine Louise Silva”.
Features of the new release:
Weight: 8.08 lbs
Arrival time: 4/19/2006 17:53 CDT by C-section.
Mother and baby are doing fine.
Congratulations to mother and father! Here’s hoping [...]
Well, DUH, I could have told you this: Our Universe Is Actually a Large Quantum Computer.
OOPS! No dilemma. LOST is not on until next week. D’OH!
Here’s another podcast for you. I decided to move outdoors to make this recording. As Jerry noticed, my room here is just too live — it sounds like I’m recording in an echo chamber. What I don’t like about tonight’s podcast is the way the volume fluctuates as I look around at things in the [...]
I’m sitting in the Birmingham airport waiting for my flight home to board. This morning Dad and I met Jennifer and Leigh Ann for a breakfast buffet at B&J’s restauraunt (where Catfish Haven used to be), then Leigh Ann, Jennifer and I went to Hartselle to do some antique/junk shopping. After lunch at a Mexican [...]
Brewer High School baseball tonight. Poor kids – they tried hard, but gave up a bunch of runs and ended up getting beat 16-1. Chris pitched, but didn’t last long. He later scored the Patriots’ only run.
When Leigh Ann and I came back to Daddy’s house, I happened to notice this big ol’ spider loitering [...]
If you use Google’s new Calendar application and you love Auburn football, I have something that might interest you. I have loaded the 2006 football schedule and made it available as a public calendar. Opponents, locations, and known TV coverage are in the calendar now. I will add game times as they are announced (for [...]
Robert Nagle posts a screenshot of his WordPress admin page showing all his unfinished draft posts. Me too:
I don’t have as many, but then I haven’t been accumulating them as long. Every now and then I go in and delete the posts I know I’m just never going to get around to finishing, and the [...]