My friend Sarah had a (mini) shopping spree at the new American Apparel store. The virtual one.
My friends Heidi and John have just put their short film “How to Make Cofee” in the can and ready for review. It’s an impressive piece of on-the-fly documentary film making, made under extreme conditions. At 5am. Before running a marathon. In a rented appartment that didn’t have the promised kitchenette equipment. Great example of
Gates to Give Up Daily Role at Microsoft in 2008 Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates said Thursday he will transition out of a day-to-day role at the company he co-founded to spend more time on global health and education work at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. New York Times
In my continued test of Word 2007’s new blogging feature, I’m having a go at inserting a picture that points to a URL. It’s a little odd that here in Word it just shows up as a small 100×100 image. Here’s hoping it scales up to “real size” once it posts. And on the subject
I’ve switched jobs within my company and now “enjoy” a three hour commute to Cambridge and back a couple of days a week. The drive is a pain in the butt, quite literally. Enough so that I’ve swapped my Audi A4, with its cool but lower-back-straining bucket seats, for a Prius, which has much more
Word 2007 can apparently post to a Blog. This is a test of that claim. Hopefully this text will make it from this page in Word to my blog relatively unscathed. It looks like I should expect a few weird bugs since this is beta code, but here goes anyway. < Update: As Joe points