Monthly Archive: September 2007

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Fiesta!

Quite the fun day, even if I did completely pass out on the couch when I got home. I took a bunch of great photos and found that it’s really easy to get great shots of dancers… and meat. Luckily...

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You want bin bags, send Joss Stone!

It looks like a gorgeous day outside, so naturally I’m inside still waking up and watching my girls. It took a little longer than usual to get their latest offering, and going to the Beeb’s site to check didn’t help...

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Unboxed and unimpressed

I was looking for something to watch this afternoon as the local Youth Day festival had sent me towards migraine and driven out all of my desire to go out to dinner. As I was clearing out things on the...

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Karma queen or geek god?

Move over soccer moms, yuppies and metrosexuals. Karma queens and geek gods are among the new consumers shaping the marketplace, according to people focused on selling you more stuff you didn’t know you needed. It’s a cute little article from...

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Pinot Noir genome mapped

For the foodie and the geek in me, from The Biotech Weblog. The French-Italian Public Consortium for Grapevine Genome Characterization has released the grapevine genome sequence of Pinot Noir, a red wine grape variety which lend their flavour to both...

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Well, I suppose I really should be working…

Ok, no more DC Metblogs at the office, or any number of other blogs or sites I regularly check through Google Reader. I’m amazed mine escaped scrutiny but I guess I’m not on a list yet. I remember when this...

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Ok, now they can’t shut him up

I just got off the phone with my brother. He sounds a lot better, speaking much longer sentences, no more breaks where he’s clearly in pain. Apparently his belches are still painful however, that was a treat on the phone,...

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Puttin’ my best foot forward…

In lieu of sending out a form letter e-mail, I’ll make a form letter blog post! On Saturday October 6th, 2007, I will join thousands of other people on the 21st annual AIDS Walk Washington. This event is a 5K...

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Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose

A picture taken on the way from the airport to the hospital gave me a bit of the nostalgia. The Equitable building has been there ever since I was a kid growing up in Atlanta. We hadn’t even gotten around...