From my new tiny video camera. The sound quality is impressive, the degree to which YouTube Crunches it is not welcome.
I went to college with this guy. Ward Anderson was a comic then too, but in much worse shape.
To the studios of Griffin Mastering, conveniently located six doors down the street.
The quote of the afternoon was by the new harmony singer: “My armpit smells like hamburger.”
I have recently discovered that my friend Naim has recently started blogging about software matters and such at http://xsqlsoftware.blogspot.com/
Welcome to the blogsphere!
- Advice from your public defender (best of Craig’s List)
- Why we should hang out: a mathematical proof, this sounds like something I would do actually
- Interesting post on academic taboos from David Friedman
- Another blog post about Sarah Stever, from one of my realtors actually
- Ron Paul Facts, my favorite –
Yesterday I received a call from a friend telling me that a friend of ours, Sarah Snow Stever had passed away at the age of 35, from a stroke apparently. It’s very sad; I didn’t know her that well, mostly from various bluegrass jams, and I only met her husband once, but it’s shocking to realize that someone so young can be taken from us all. Sarah, we’ll miss you.
The new D-80 quite nice. From the A-Sides show at A Capella books last night. That’s my guitar.
I often read the surveys filled out by the happy wanderers of MySpace. One of the recurring questions is “Are your friends mostly male or female?”.
Were one to put a timer on the amount of time I spend talking/hanging out with people, I imagine I would spend a slight majority of my time with my male friends, but in absolute numbers, I would imagine that two thirds of my friends are female.
Interestingly, while my conversations with my male friends tend to be general purpose, conversations with the female friends tend to be more specialized. Some I talk to just talk to about work, some about art, some about music, some about family, and one I talk to almost exclusively about health and emotions. It’s odd when you think about it.
I just posted the photos I took on Saturday night. The goal of the project is to capture pictures of people silhouetted against interesting backgrounds. These turned out a bit noirish but on the whole I like them. Definitely too much foreground lighting for good silhouettes though.
I just got back from dinner with the House of Leland (celebrating Adam’s recent birthday) at Manuel’s Tavern. I had a nice time. Upon my return through the ever-flooded Dekalb County streets I find that Drex has torn down more of the blinds. Oh well.
Here are the photos I took