Monthly Archives: November 2008

Quest for wildlife

Yesterday, some friends came over from San Francisco. Sure, they have wild animals around, but not easily found in the neighborhoods, outside of birds and small rodents. I live next to a state park, so heading up the hill is … Continue reading

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A diversity of fishes, or a bunch of African Cichlids

Might as well keep with the animal theme – here is a video taken at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. It’s a close-up of a tank full of colorful African Cichlids, I thought it might make a nice, looping screen … Continue reading

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Frog in the garage

A small frog had taken up residence in the floor of the garage some months ago, in a space made between the settling floor and foundation (the house is 40 years old, but this isn’t a structural risk). I was … Continue reading

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Who doesn’t like free stuff?

Last time, you read of my lack of compassion for Circuit City. Here are some examples of why I appreciate Best Buy. 1. Reward Zone program: I shop there already, and they have some of the best prices around, among … Continue reading

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Bye Circuit City

With the news that Circuit City has declared bankruptcy, after news that the chain is closing 155 stores, I find that I’m not bothered by the future reduction of retail competition. I’ve always liked Best Buy: the stores are clean … Continue reading

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Clustrmaps Archived

I set up a Clustrmaps account a year ago to track where my blog visitors are located. After one year, your map gets archived so that the map does not become flooded with red dots and rendered less readable. Here … Continue reading

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Election ice cream

Ben & Jerry‘s Cheesecake Brownie

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