Monthly Archives: January 2004

Stepping Stones to a Safer Blog

edited In the last few weeks, I’ve been hit not only by comment spammers but a new player who doesn’t seem to like our party: the crapflooders, people who use automated applications (you may have heard of the program called … Continue reading

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New Perspective

With the help of some very good people, I have been able to re-enable both trackbacks and comments here at Burningbird. Not only this, but later today I will have full and detailed instructions how you can also achieve this … Continue reading

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Northwest Green

Wouldn’t want the folks in the Northwest to feel left out. First of several Washington State photos to come over time, this of a tree on the road up Mount Rainier. I read in another weblog recently a comment made … Continue reading

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Old New England Times

From Vermont we moved to Boston, still one of my favorite cities. I like walking towns, and Boston is built for people on foot. It’s a must, only people with an old car or very good insurance drive in Boston. … Continue reading

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Old Images Old Friends

My scanner arrived and works a treat. I have about two weeks of old slides and negatives to scan in, but here’s a start. Lake Champlain is the Great Lake that almost was, nestled between New York and Vermont, home … Continue reading

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Sweet and Sour

If all of the posts haven’t given you a clue, I had little sleep last night. My posting rate is inversely proportional to my lack of sleep. Today is a good day in that my film scanner is on the … Continue reading

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Seen but never heard

There’s something I wanted to link before it possibly disappears, though I hesitated at first to do so. It’s a music video called Cherry Blossom Girl by a French group called Air. I have to warn you now that the … Continue reading

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