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Thanks @gaeyia for organizing this month’s Lunch 2.0!
Working from Urban Grind NW for the afternoon.
Wishing I could take the week off to lie in a pool.
Awesome, storm warning scrolling on tv has typos. Typing too fast?
Watching the Euro finals. Complete with goofy closing ceremony performance.
Repainted my nails in sort of a tan color. I think I miss the blue. Maybe I’ll go back next week.
Trying to cool off the apartment.
Timbers win 2-0 in Atlanta.
Iron man + aircon = win.
Skipped waffles, went to farmers market instead. Now camped out in front of a fan.
Also pondering cupcakes after last night’s extensive discussion of cupcake trendiness. Just used the last of the butter, though.
Couldn’t decide what I wanted for dinner so I’m making biscuits.
Enough with the allergies. I’m tired of blowing my nose.
Jul 16, 2008: Portland Lunch 2.0 at souk at souk →
The Portland Lunch 2.0 saga continues at flex term office space provider souk, once again in Old Town on July 16, 2008. We won’t stop until we have Lunch 2.0 at every, single business in Old…
#420; In which One Thing sparks Another, and So On →
The deadline for the Wondermark Semidecennial Make-Something Contest™ draws near! All entries must be received by Monday night, 11:59 PM Pacific Time. If you haven’t started, there’s still a…
On my way to plan b.
Sneezing like crazy.
Getting a headache from the grinding noise of the broken garbage truck out front. Can’t they turn it off?
Moving on to beer and The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.
Watching antm and eating ice cream. Somone might need to stage an intervention.
Yay Germany. On to the finals.
Argh. Germany/Turkey game feed cut out again.
Comic for 25 Jun 2008 →
I might have to do that with all of my photos of people from now on.
Trying to find that picture of me and @geekygirldawn standing in front of the schedule at the end of Barcamp. I can’t remember who took it.
Playing with a photoshop purikura kit: http://tinyurl.com/63uh4w
Amused that @schwern, @reidab, and I started chatting with a stranger at the bus stop because he heard us talking about twitter.
Interesting use of Google Trends: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/24/technology/24obscene.html
Bah, CD stuck in my laptop again. Previous tricks not working. Maybe tweezers?
Sending out emails about planning WhereCamp PDX. Want to help? Let me know.
If some of my obsessions have a (indirect) seasonal nature, could I plan ahead?
Thanking about bringing origami paper to pdx critique tonight. Anyone want to learn to make cranes? :)
Somehow I only have long-sleeved shirts clean again. You’d think working at home would make it easier to get laundry done.
Just left the women who tech picnic. Fun get-together. I hope there’ll be another soon.
Now heading toward the esplanade for labyrinthing. Join us, the more the merrier.
Jun 22, 2008: Women Who Tech's Portland Potluck... →
Join with other ‘women who tech’ from the Portland area on Sunday, June 22, to meet new friends, hang out with old friends, collaborate on ideas, share stories, and enjoy the plethora of potluck…
Japanese basics: the essence of Japanese flavor,... →
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Putting the final coat on bright blue fingernails. Next: picnic? Later: labyrinth practice.
Nearly empty theater at laurelhurst for mothra.
Setting up Get Satisfaction for both Calagator and Legion of Tech.
Putting ice cubes into the cats’ water bowl.
Heading toward home.
Made a detour through active culture in grand central bowl. $1 frozen yogurt cones till 10
As requested, London as Tokyo: http://hideandseekfest.co.uk/games/londonastokyo
Why women quit technology careers →
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Thinking Ahead →
The food carts on alder are packed today.