Monthly Archives: November 2005

Catching up

Catching up, syndication feeds, semantic web, politics, life, and a cat picture. You know: the usual. Continue reading

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Whirling Away

Fall in St. Louis. Robins on an early migration, and late season tornadoes. Continue reading

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Lost Autumn

I lost autumn this year. It was just beginning here in St. Louis when I went to Idaho, and just ending when I got there. When I returned to St. Louis, most of the leaves were gone from the trees. … Continue reading

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Last night my host installed the PHP 4.4.1 upgrade, which promptly broke my weblogging tool, Wordform. Broke it to the point where the admin pages don’t load in any form, and no error is given in my logfile or in … Continue reading

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Poor auld Tin

I don’t travel well anymore. Oh, I like my car trips, but I don’t care much for flying in this paranoid, bankrupt age and even the train was tiring. I think if the circumstances had been better, or I had … Continue reading

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Warm and Wonderful Post of the Week

Danny’s post featuring a really excellent mountain photo–beats mine all hollow–and a story about a new house guest.

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Eats, Shoots, and Leaves does Ms Manners

Lynn Truss, the author of the acclaimed Eats, Shoots, and Leaves is interviewed in the New York Times about her new book, Talk to the Hand: The Utter Bloody Rudeness of the World Today, or Six Good Reasons to Stay … Continue reading

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