Monthly Archives: October 2004

New at Tinfoil

In a few short weeks, I took close to 1000 photos with my new camera. The size of the memory cards is so large that I can usually get over a hundred photos on each, and I have two. These … Continue reading

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End of too Long a Road

We’re finally heading into the last few days before the election, and at this point, I wouldn’t give a plug nickel for either the Democrats or the Republicans. I can’t turn on the TV or radio without some negative piece … Continue reading

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Driving in St. Louis

Any car parked longer than 4 hours in the city is considered a parts store. From Visitor’s Guide to Driving in St. Louis.

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Accessibility and GeeGaws

Over at IT Kitchen: A good rule of thumb for web design is that indulge your interests in nifty tools—DHTML, Flash, whatever—but your navigation should never be made up of anything other than a hypertext link, and you should never … Continue reading

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Fork at the Road

Congratulations to Matt Mullenweg for the a (job/contract?) with C/Net and the Houston Press article. Looks like C/Net wants to tie itself into the weblogging golden goose, and has grabbed a talented member of the community as a start.

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Our Traveling Data

Okay, at this point we have city data through OpenGuides (and thanks to Danny for pointing out the article on the front page.) We have London Tube data through . Jo Walsh gives us the poetic (I like it) … Continue reading

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Recovering Bad Photos and a Mother’s Art

My mother is an artist, has been as long as I can remember. Has been as long as she remembers. I have one of her first paintings: a winter farm scene she did when she was 19. It’s crude and … Continue reading

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