Archive for December, 2004
Blog hiatus is in effect. See you next year.
I just wanted to warn anyone who’s reading about a couple of very nasty e-mails I got today. One claims to be from a bank which I am not connected with. The other one claims to be from a survey site working for Apple computers. The wording of each one is different, but the gist […]
Dr. Edward Felten has come up with a wicked cool app on his blog, Freedom To Tinker. It’s called TinyP2P, and it’s a proof-of-concept demonstration of a really small peer-to-peer application. A peer-to-peer application is one that allows two computers to (among other things) share files. There are varying degrees of sophistication to these critters, […]
The very crafty Suzy gave me my first Christmas present on Saturday: my own personal knitting shrine/meditation center! Is that not utterly cool? Suzy does quite a few things, and one of them is teach art at a local high school. We’d been talking about how long knitting had been around one day and I […]
Normally, Saturday mornings for me are spent at the Yarn Barn. But this morning, my dad wanted to take me to his tailor and have a couple pairs of slacks made. Given my dad’s tailor, this is a pretty big gift. And it’s perfectly in keeping with my new efforts to dress better. Yeah, the […]
Vaya con dios, Spoon. Unfortunately, Spoon’s unexpected departure from Rackspace has caught me a little flat-footed; I haven’t had time to do the Puknitter hat that I’ve got planned for him. (Puh-nit-er, not puke-nit-er.) It’s going to be tricky because in order to finish it, I’ll need to do some Intarsia in the round, which […]
So, the Xmas projects are underway… Here’s my first attempt at felting, which I think is turning out pretty well. I used Lily Chin design and the ever-popular Lamb’s Pride Worsted. In retrospect, this shot kind of makes me look like a terrorist, don’t you think? Ten minutes of agitation later, the felting was well […]