It would seem that Bauer has updated his MySpace page. There was a follow-up article in this morning’s Greenville News… Lt. Gov. Andre Bauer’s personal Web page at MySpace.com picked up considerable sobriety Thursday as bikini photos and a link to a racy discussion group vanished, replaced by earnest political discussion. That may well be, … Continue reading Andre Bauer Update
Our wonderful Lt. Governor, Andre Bauer, has been in the news quite a bit lately. This has mostly been due to his reckless driving skills and the fact that he seems to be ticket-proof, even when driving at high speeds through residential areas. Bauer is rumored to have a ferocious temper, and even had one … Continue reading Our Cyber-Savvy Lt. Governor
I don’t know. I was going to come up with some catchy word beginning with V (other than Vendetta) to start my review of this movie. A quick Google search points out how highly unoriginal that would be. Seems there aren’t too many words beginning with V that would make sense in this context. At … Continue reading V is for…
A couple of years ago I posted a list of things that would have already come to past if science fiction were true (Yesterday’s Tomorrows, 2004). Along these same lines, and courtesy of BoingBoing, I found The Movie Timeline. This timeline doesn’t limit itself to scifi, but includes all movie fiction. In the words of … Continue reading Alternate Timelines
Given my earlier rant against Podcasts, one might think that I’m completely against them. No. I just want them to be used correctly. I actually have some ideas for Podcasts that I might explore… Casual Segs – In this podcast I would draw upon my background as a college radio DJ. The show would focus … Continue reading OK, So You’re Bound and Determined to Podcast
I got home from FETC, emptied my suitcase, then Laura filled it with her things. Today she headed off for an ACS conference through Wednesday, leaving me on my own for awhile. At least we got to see each other for a few hours. This morning’s sermon at Fourth dealt with Peter’s denial. This made … Continue reading The Sword of Peter
Safely home from FETC, I was able finally to process some of the information I had been getting at the conference. My reflections turned to podcasting, and to wonder specifically why I would want to do it. There are two things that would have to be overcome in order to make it really viable. First, … Continue reading Why Podcast?
Twice yesterday I’ve watched my collegues head out without me, and wished I were with them. First was their trip to Emeril’s, with reservations at the same time as one of the sessions I wanted to attend, then again last night as they headed home. When I made my travel arrangements, two things were going … Continue reading FETC – Going Home
I’ve always been more into texture than flavor. I couldn’t eat shrimp for years because I thought it was too much like what eating human flesh would feel like. You learn the strangest things about your coworkers at conferences. Continue reading Would that be broiled or fried?
I had a 2:00 reservation at Emeril Legasse’s restaurant. This session started at 1:50. My one thought as I watch my colleagues get in the taxi was, "My god, I hope this session is worth it!" Currently Google Earth is blocked in our district. It seems that there is a conflict with our Internet Filter … Continue reading FETC Day 2 – John Kuglin & Google Earth