Yesterday morning after doing the whole photo analysis thing, I went outside to head to work. I recently got the air compressor on my car replaced, which means for the first time in weeks I’ve got the car to use instead of my scooter. The scooter’s fun and all, but there are days when I […]
Archive for March, 2006
So, I get up this morning and start going through my morning reading: Google News, Slashdot, Fox News, Al-Jazeera, BoingBoing… an article on BoingBoing caught my eye. Some fellow named Kaloogian is running for Congress. He’s not anywhere near my district, so normally I could care less. But he just got back from a 10-day […]
And it makes kind of a wet schplunch sound. Do you ever get that? A) I’ve got a nifty little book of handy mathematical formulae that I keep in my bathroom. One of the sections I’ve read several times goes over the different formulae for determining the number of possible combinations or permutations of things. […]
This strikes me as profoundly wrong on a couple of levels.
I’ve been meaning to start this category of posts for a while, but a recent help call from a fellow blogger inspired me to kick it off. I found a great site a while ago called Cool Tools – part of Kevin Kelly’s site. The whole site is moderately mind-blowing. Cool Tools has become one […]
I don’t have my checklist of broken things in front of me, but I think I’ve fixed everything on the site now – VisiKnit is back up and running.
I’ve posted the frogging of the hose over at YouTube
For verily, I am full of woe. *sigh* First, look up. See that header graphic? The closeup of the Saxon braid from my Aran? That graphic used to be nicely scaled and fit neatly with my WordPress theme. Not since the hard drive crash. I have no idea what happened – I’m using the same […]
Please stand by. Sweaterproject’s hard drive had a really rough weekend, and we’re working feverishly to get everything back up and running. Thank you for your patience. Sincerely, –The Sweaterproject staff (a.k.a. David)
. . . of yarn. The Yarn Barn is having one of their rarer-than-hen’s-teeth sales. 25% off their entire stock. It was only through focused force of will that I refrained from buying any needles. Clockwise from the top: Rowan Soft Baby in light blue: These balls are destined for one, maybe two Baby Albert […]