Monthly Archives: October 2003

Solar flares

It’s said that a million Earths could fit inside the sun. Some things are hard to conceptualize. Be sure to read the article: “RedNova News: NASA Scientist Dives into Perfect Space Storm”

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Our Study

I have too many pens. Moreoever, this photo pretty much sums up the general state of our study: Too much. At the end of this term, it will be disposal time. Sort of a winter holiday version of spring cleaning. … Continue reading

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The Substance of Style

George Will’s column doesn’t appear in the New York Times either as it turns out (see previous entry), but his column can be found on sacbee.com. Today he discussed a book written by Virginia Postrel, “The Substance of Style: How … Continue reading

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The Sunday Paper

What’s one of the things that I look forward to on Sundays? The Sunday newspaper! There’s just something relaxing (calming? comforting?) about kicking back on your sofa (or at the breakfast table… or in your bed…), reading the Sunday paper … Continue reading

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Where’s my camera?

This is what happens when you lose track of your camera during a meeting at the office. Someone (Amanda) decided to take a picture of the back of my head…

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“Last Chance” Credit Offers

I love how credit card companies repeatedly send “last chance” offers for cash advances, low rates, and “special” promotional offers. I wonder how many more “last chances” they’ll send. If it wasn’t so frustrating to receive so much junk mail, … Continue reading

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French Club

My wife’s High School French Club organization that she sponsors had a little party recently…

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