[ Content | View menu ]

Monthly Archive July, 2005

Drupal needs a clue, perhaps?

July 20, 2005

As noted previously Drupal had a little trouble, and the community rallied around: individuals to the tune of over $10,000 and my employer with a server. So, I note that to build out their infrastructure, Drupal is going to use the community donations to buy Dell boxes. Um, let’s see here; IBM and Sun invest […]

books,observations - Comments closed

the family that smiles together . . .

July 18, 2005

My daughter, aged 6, and I share the same smile now. I went to the dentist today to get a temporary false tooth installed and it didn’t fit (so much for people saying I have a big mouth). So now I just have a big unsightly gap in the same spot as hers. Once it […]

the value of X - Comments closed

The Book

July 17, 2005

My copy of Book The Sixth arrived yesterday and I am 3/4 through it (up til 1 AM with it). Good so far, full of references and allusions to events past and yet to come . . . . The war between Love and Hate, between Trust and Fear, comes to a gripping conclusion — […]

observations - Comments closed

in case you finish the book by Monday AM

July 16, 2005

Harry Potter: The sixth book of the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, was released on Saturday at 12:01am. Besides buying the book, kids and adults all over our region attended Harry Potter events: sleepovers, magic shows, costume contests, and readings. But, now that it is Monday morning, how many kids […]

observations - Comments closed