It’s that time again … I was reviewing photos and realized that the world needs more NaNi. Here she is! NaNi readies herself for a Christmas ambush with David’s new AirZooka. NaNi enjoys the Manchester Regional FIRST Robotics competition. NaNi demonstrates her combat stance. Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww. NaNi during a weight training session. NaNi demonstrates her Xbox […]
Archive for March, 2008
Two weeks ago, Isaac spent some of his savings on purchasing a new tarantula, to replace Chandan, one that had died after about 3.5 years in our care. (The tarantula was fully grown when we purchased it, so we expect the death was due to old age, as these Chilean spiders, typically sold in pet […]
When I learned that Comcast was finally rolling out it’s long-delayed TiVo service, I was thrilled. I had seen the benefits of TiVo via several friends, but had avoided buying my own TiVo box because the HD versions are so expensive. I had been moderately disappointed in Comcast’s home-grown DVR service (which sported a clunky […]
“The single most important item in 2008 households is the computer.” In 2008, Mechanix Illustrated prognosticated on what life would be like 40 years later. Some of the predications are eerily accurate, some may be seen in another 40 years, and as for others, we can only hope. Take a look! (While I’m working on […]
I told you I was 1337, as this compilation screen shot shows. I grabbed this screen shot at work today. Every developer wants to write 1337 code, but I think this proves that I’m doing it.