It is time for one of Boston’s great blood sports. No, not the Red Sox in the playoffs. And no, this isn’t about the Pats either. This is all about the great September 1st move date.
A period of time that strikes fear in the most hardened of Bostonians. The infamous date marks that time of year when the single greatest apartment shuffle happens city wide. And it’s all because of the college students. Continue reading →
I had forgotten about his video for a while but something prompted me to go looking for it again. I personally, love the version that features Mad World, and have included the original for comparison. I loose all sorts of composure watching the Mad World version, FYI.
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”
Happy Halloween 2012 everybody. If you hadn’t yet seen (and played with) the spooky Google Doodle, go waste a few minutes clicking around. Now, normally I’m anti websites that play sounds without asking your first, but this is kinda cute so I’ll overlook it.
I’ve been wanting to set up a blog / personal website for eons. Now that it’s here… it feels foreign and not sure of what I’m going to write to fill the space. In some ways if feels like when I started using Facebook. But now that’s almost second nature.