I saw this on a friend’s Facebook post and had to re-share. How to use a semicolon. Enjoy.
Happy Thanksgiving everybody. What a year it’s been there has been much to be thankful for but also some loss this year. I did want to take just a moment and tell you about my silly little Turkey Day Tradition. Continue reading
Wanna see how good your color vision is? Take Xrite’s FM 100 Hue Test and see how well you can arrange the color chips. Oh, and in case you were wondering… I scored a 0, which is a perfect score.
Yesterday, I got the new Smarthome catalog in the mail. I’m in full-fledged home automation gadget lust! On top of that, I just discovered my home automation server, Indigo, has released the first public beta of version 6. In addition to a few UI enhancements and new INSTEON devices, the big new thing is Z-Wave support. Continue reading
Andrew Mannone has written this post on his own Damaged Workflow blog with a topical twist (for those that follow the US elections, at least) where he adapts the ”Vote early, vote often” message to “Tag early, tag often”
Check out the full article on DAM News
What a night. Mittens goes down, POTUS back for four more years and Warren going to replace Senator Centerfold.
Sunday afternoon Jay and I were sitting in the office and we heard a knock on the door. Given that hardly anybody just “drops by” apartment seeing as you need to be buzzed into the building, Jay and I shot each other a puzzled look.
The two of us had slept in that day and even though it was past 2:00, we were sill in our PJs. I was a little hesitant to go answer the door in my crazy-bed-hair state, but curiosity got the best of me. So, I headed down. As I got to the stair well, I called out “Hello?” before I opened the door. (It would be nice if we had a peephole.) A young woman’s voice returned and said. “Hi, I’m Allie* [see note below] and I’m with the Massachusetts Democratic Party” This was my first time getting a visit from the get-out-the-vote machine since college. The door swung open: suddenly I didn’t care I a looked like a hot mess. Continue reading
Joss Whedon has come out to endorse Mitt Romney late in the 2012 election cycle. With just a few days left to Election Day, it remains to be seen how Whedon’s endorsement will sway the uninfected…
Mitt Romney is a very different candidate; one with the vision and determination to cut through business-as-usual-politics and finally put this country back on track for the zombie apocalypse. … The one percent will no longer be the very rich, it will be the very fast. Anyone who can run, fight, make explosives out of household objects or especially do barkour of any kind, you’ll wanna stick with them, unless they read Ayn Rand.