Monthly Archives: November 2010

Clark W. Griswold I don’t know what it’s like at your house, but at ours, there are very few duties that are mine alone. I clean out the gutters, I take care of the rain barrels, and I’m always the one who calls for pizza. Mowing the lawn used to be all mine, too, until […]

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Corrupted Memory If you’re anything like me, you take a lot of pictures when you’re travelling. And when I say “a lot,” I mean thousands of shots, a virtual flip book of frozen moments. This comes in really handy when you’re trying to piece together where you went and exactly when you went there. Even if […]

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Blawesome Few things impress me more than innovations so significant that they inspire entire new languages. Take the weblog (better known as the blog), for example. Sure, there may be a near-equivalent term within some existing language to describe a blogger who plagiarizes content from another blogger, but it’s way more fun to coin a […]

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