Converting my todo list over to Things.
Feeling lots better today, but still no energy.
I think I might be getting most of the things I would from SW by working on Calagator (next work meeting as soon as this Saturday, too).
Catching up on new blogs for Planet PDX.
Today’s lunch: crepes with buttermilk cheese and marionberry jam.
Bugs bugs bugs. And oatmeal walnut cookies for breakfast.
Feeling excited about the Legion of Tech logo, and crossing my fingers we’ll be able to show it at Ignite.
Reheated clafoutis is the best breakfast. So long as I don’t spill custard all over the laptop again…
Still feeling yucky. Is there anything to do for swollen lymph nodes other than take more tylenol?
I think they’re moving, but leaving the truck running while they unload seems like six kinds of stupid.
Seriously tempted to go yell at the person who’s been in and out of our parking lot with a loud truck all afternoon.
Feeling like the lymph nodes behind my ears are going to pop. Yuck. I don’t want to be sick.
Wondering how I ended up with a small lump on my head and sore lymph nodes on only one side of the neck. Ouch.
Working on bugs all day. At least they’re little ones.
@selenamarie Yep, that’s what I do too. :) Crunchy half-cooked beets are no fun.
Beet in oven, pizza dough warming to room temp. I’m hungry already.
@rcoder I usually do an oil base anyhow (tomato sensitivity issues).
Wondering whether beets on pizza are worth trying. With carmelized onions?
Tonight’s beet pizza (or beet-za): five-minute dough, onions sauteed in butter w/ garlic, roasted beet slices, mozzarella. nom nom nom.
Beets on pizza verdict: pretty tasty. Lucas agrees.
@reidab I think OMSI’s science pubis at Bridgeport tonight.
Truffle salt makes everything better. It is the wonder condiment.
I think I know what I’m doing tonight: http://www.drinkinggame.us/
@pinguerin Very tempting.
Having an argument with a stylesheet.
Getting more food ideas from @sarahgilbert.
Circuit bending is fun.
step one: set off the fire alarm.
Twelve minutes till bus and no one else waiting.
I hate when I schedule things too close together and it doesn’t work out right.
Grr. If I go home for parts I’ll be really late to haywire. Guess I’ll just head over and hope it works out.
Remembering dreams about calendars and yurts.
Candy’s chart of plot repetition nearly made me spit tea: http://tinyurl.com/yotbms
Thinking about breaking the apple crisp pattern: apple clafoutis instead.
dinner: welsh rarebit with homemade rolls and wilamette creamery cheese.
Mar 7, 2008: SXSW Interactive (South by... →
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Going for a walk in search of coffee and newspaper.
Wondering why my username shows up instead of blog post titles on Planet PDX. Weird.
Calagator: a calendar aggregator →
Over the last few weeks a group of Portland tech community members have started work on a project to create a single community-wide calendar site. It’s just in the initial stages, but we have a site up, and a project blog where you can learn more. Most of the development will happen at bi-weekly Code Sprint meetings, with the next one on February 2nd. These are open to not just developers, but...
Google is socially stunted. There really ought to be an obvious way to share bookmarks in the mobile maps app with friends.
I hate OregonLive. Why do I have to fill in my birth year and zip code every single time? So lame and I can’t imagine they get good data.
Any pdx women bored with their wardrobe? CubeSpace is hosting a clothing swap tomorrow: http://tinyurl.com/2zybmt
@rcoder I’ve been wanting to try the coffee as developer thing for a while.
Working from Tiny’s.