My first order of Quarry House wings was “medium.” The waitress had told me that they ran one level hot, and the medium were actually hotter than an standard “hot.” My nose was stuffed and my eyes were fully watered up at the end of twelve. We decided to set up a trip with Andrew, [...]
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Managed to concoct a recipe that I ended up quite liking today. Documented since I am unlikely to randomly repeat it. Makes 3-ish decently sized portions. Start cooking 3/4 of a cup of rice. Brown an onion in a tablespoon of olive oil, adding some salt (I used a medium amount [about 1/3 of a [...]
Tonight I tried a new recipe, for two whole large pizzas, which turned out really well. Only tools used were a food processor (with dough blade), oven, two pizza pans, and a pizza cutter. Adding the recipe here for my own records.
I just removed a (real live) bat from my living room. That was easier than installing PIL in a virtualenv for Ubuntu 9.10. Why? Googling the subject seems to bring up a lot of old or mis-information. This will explain how… mostly so I can do it again next time. I started with a –no-site-packages [...]
There were many things to like about this book Learning jQuery 1.3 by Jonathan Chaffer and Karl Swedberg. The stand-out positive in my mind is the wealth of topics covered. Both simple and difficult concepts are included, and both are handled with ease. Good coding habits are repeatedly mentioned throughout. Subjects like progressive enhancement are [...]
I am fighting the typical developer’s feeling that I should write my own blog software… something that does what I want how I want it (less I forget, eats up a lot of time and would almost certainly be worse than an out-of-the-box solution). Instead, I ditched my theme in favor of something different, and [...]
Summer was ending so I decided to move. Ok, not really, it was simply time. I’ve moved back to my parent’s house in Laurel, MD… which is exceptionally close to Columbia, MD. I’ve moved into my parents house in an attempt to save some money, I want to clean it and restore it, while putting [...]
Finally got the cranks on, the pedals on, the new 17 tooth cog on the old wheel that I re-tensioned and trued (well, partially trued at least), only to put the chain on with a broken chain tool. (I didn’t realize it was broken). So one of the bushings became bent, and on my ride [...]
Not a technical post, but a personal update. I promised over a week ago.
On Mar 31, 2009, at 11:45 AM, Edward Welker wrote: >> Aaron wrote: >> This may be one of the best URLs I have ever seen: >> http://www.ringling.com/FlashSubContent.aspx?id=11654&parentID=320&asset >> FolderID=340 >> >> Just looking at it, I can tell exactly what I can expect when I click >> it. *** To me, that URL tells [...]