31 Aug 2002 06:40 pm
Well as Amy has already told, we’ve had a tough time getting to Ohio. The car broke down in Themiddleofnowhere, PA. We ended up staying in a hotel, mostly in our plans, just not as far as we had hoped. Our total trip time ended up being about 11 or 12 hrs. It was a tough trip, we ended up in really crazy traffic outside of Columbus, so we headed south along a little country road. We ended up in Wilimington where we met my parents for dinner and went to joesjava Casmetah and Union rocked the mic, I can’t believe we lived here for 5 years and never went there. It’s a really awesome place, great art on the walls, nice little stage, excellent sound and lighting, nice bar area. Mom and Dad’s friends run the place. We ended up getting back to Mom and Dad’s house around 11 or so. It was a long day.
Todays been kind of laid back, but that has made Amy frustrated, she’d rather not be sitting around, as for me, I like sitting around.
Oh, yeah. Caleb got his first haircut today
I’ve got some pictures from Joes Java that I want to get up, I’ll try to get them up shortly.
Groove is in the heart
28 Aug 2002 11:11 am
Another really cool looking effect happening with my winamp positioned over the Vis program. It’s cool. This one has to be one of my favorite.
the screen shots are links to bigger images! Click’em
27 Aug 2002 03:38 pm
I’ve been really enjoying the new WinAmp. I got a skin that I really like, and I turned on the vis-studio. Lined it up just right and take a look at this screenshot. WINAMP3 IS ON FIRE!!
Blogging for weblogs
27 Aug 2002 09:54 am
Blogging so Jim can see my update on www.weblogs.com
26 Aug 2002 09:47 pm
26 Aug 2002 09:31 pm
TrackBack Development is the blog to test track back installation. This is the first trackback enabled post on my site, if you support trackback, please ping this post!
26 Aug 2002 03:37 pm
I took a walk today at lunchtime, in the neighborhood known as Mt. Vernon. It was refreshing. Below is a map of the walk. The small red “X” at the bottom right is where my office is. I was really looking for a good dessert, but never really found one. The top half of that box that I walked is the neighborhood in which my high school is. The purple blob indicates Baltimore School for the Arts! Many other landmarks are along this route such as the Enoch Pratt Free Library, Peabody Institute, Walters Art Gallery. One of my biggest disappointments is that along Charles St, soo many of the restraunts and shops have gone out of business. Nostalgia sucks as far as that is concerned. Gampys, Never On Sunday both are no longer operational. Many of the Eastern food places are still open, but I’m not sure for how much longer. I’m glad that I walked up there. it didn’t take as long as I imagined it would. I’ll be making many trips up there with my camera. I’ve finally got ImageMagick working on my server so I’ll be starting a photolog shortly.
26 Aug 2002 12:05 pm
Winamp 3 was released, go get it!
23 Aug 2002 12:19 pm
There’s a bank in our building. In fact it’s my bank. I deposited my check there yesterday. That money may be gone. It was robbed this morning. Nothing in the news about it yet, I was just sitting at my desk 2 floors above the bank, didn’t know anything was going on. Eventually the word spread. So I don’t have any details, just that it got robbed. I’m not really concerned about my money…. just thought I’d be silly.
Room to Breathe
22 Aug 2002 08:00 am
Well my HD is installed. All 80GB’s of it! I’m happy i got it up and running. I aws transferring some data from the old one to it, and I was getting a bunch of Cyclic Redundancy Check errors. At first I was concerned that it as my new HD, but I noticed that it failed on the same files everytime I tried. So I’m glad that I have the new one now. I’ve upgraded from a 14GB drive, which I got out of my dead TiVo, to an 80Gb drive. The drive was $88 including shipping and handling, from NextHardwareShop, the drive was priced at $75. Less than $1 per Gig! Definately worth it.
Before the upgrade I spent at least an hour a week trying to make sure that we weren’t going to run out of space completely. Now we have plenty of room the breathe.
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