Monthly Archives: April 2007

Story of the Day

SFSignal picked up my Story of the Day site. In a comment (a tad sarcastic to my ears), they wrote: File under: I Can’t Believe This is the First Time I’ve Seen This: The Science Fiction Story of the Day website which offers free fiction online daily. If this is truly the first time they’ve […]

Abu Ghraib image in Westchester

The county of Westchester put up a new statue in the courtyard. They kept it under wraps for a week and it reminded me of the prisoner images at Abu Ghraib. This is a cell phone picture so it is not that great quality. That’s my thumb on the bottom. I need practice taking pics […]

Car Fire On Germonds Road

This happened across the street from me. Very cool to watch, but I feel bad for the guy who lost his car. I have a couple of videos on youtube of the firemen. I’ll add this as soon as I get them updloaded. I made an album of about 20 pics: Car Fire On Germonds […]

Conservatism Defined

A discussion at J’s blog lead me to a little research on the web. After 5 minutes of googling, I found a rather dated definition of Conservatism: Conservatism, the more it considers and observes the future and the development of humanity quite apart from political considerations of the moment, believes neither in the possibility nor […]

Stella off Brodaway

The daughter of my high school buddy, Jim Callan, is a young actress. Stella has appeared on Law and Order and had a part in the film Transamerica. She has also had a major role in a the movie “Foreign Exchange”, which I don’t believe is out yet. Stella opens in the play “Strangers Knocking”. […]


Frankenstein [UNABRIDGED] (Audio Cassette)by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (Author), George Guidall (Narrator) Audio CassettePublisher: Recorded Books, Inc. (1990)Language: EnglishISBN-10: 1556907710ISBN-13: 978-1556907715 When I first tried to read Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein, I was 11 or 12 years old and deeply into monsters. I read Famous Monsters Magazine and I had Monster bubble gum cards and I watched […]

WordPress stuff

I taught WordPress themes in my class last night. I’ve spent the last 10 weeks teaching these people HTML and CSS as best I can. I wanted to teach some practical stuff. The last class project was to create a custom web page using the CSS three column form. It had to be from scratch, […]

out of shape html geek

I needed to make a product at CafePress for my class. I chose a variation on a geeky html theme. The t-shirt shows where my chest lives. I only had 5 minutes to do it. out of shape html geek | CafePress