Monthly Archives: December 2008

Working from home

Advantages of not being customer-facing. The snow got real this time. Advertisements

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My first Seattle snow

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On museums

This weekend I went to the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) to see their exhibition of Edward Hopper. I don’t usually go to museums, but I like Hopper, and I thought I would give the SAM a fair shot. Fortunately, it … Continue reading

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Raw yogurt, at last

[Note: if you want instructions on making yogurt, without the story, go here] Today I bring you one of those stories about the triumph of the human spirit that Hollywood is so fond of. In my previous post on yogurt, … Continue reading

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Grand Canyon, remastered

On Tuesday, when I got back from New York, a box was waiting for me at home with the rescans of my photos of the Grand Canyon, which I took in the summer of 2004, during a ten day hike … Continue reading

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Old friends, old town

Thank God for Thanksgiving. There are not enough vacations in American jobs, and not enough national holidays. The stretch from Thanksgiving to Christmas is the one time of the year when (some) jobs take themselves less seriously. I spent the … Continue reading

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