There are plenty of great definitions of podcasting available both on the web and in the blogosphere so I’m not going to go into great amounts of detail here. Suffice it to say that if you like using TIVO or even just DVRs for your TV viewing, then you’ll love podcasting. Not only can you … Continue reading Podcasts!
All you ladies out there. How many pairs of shoes do you have? I’m talking just shoes. You don’t need to count boots. But shoes, sandals, beach shoes, shoes for buying shoes anything that you would class as shoes. Mich has about 41 pairs of shoes and I’m trying to figure out if this is … Continue reading Ladies’ Shoes – poll
** updated September 7,2008 – unfortunately this mini photo gallery plugin is no more so I’m retrofitting the images with flickr versions. ** I thought I’d christen the introduction of mini photo galleries to my blog with a couple of pictures of Arthur, our pet Turtle. He’s a red-eared slider who was purchased from a … Continue reading Arthur the Turtle
I’ve been working my way through this book for the past couple of months. It’s a major undertaking, but I have to say that it’s been extremely satisfying. I was really only acquainted with a few of Shakespeare’s works from my High School English classes. And, of course there are loads of derivative works out … Continue reading Asimov’s Guide to Shakespeare
Cleaning out the house and I’ve got a few things that I don’t think I’d be able to sell on eBay but work. I thought I’d give folks an opportunity to check them out, let me know if you want any of these by sending me an email.
If you’re looking for a pleasant spot on the Atlantic to visit and explore, Jekyll Island is a wonderful alternative to the more built up areas along the coast.
I have a number of GMail invites available. Anybody interested in one drop me a line at email@example.com, include your name as you want it in GMail and I’ll use your return address as the one for being notified of your new GMail account.
Is anybody out there using a news aggregator? I’m using NewsGator – it’s tied in pretty intimately with Outlook 2003 but I’m finding it works really well. The biggest issue with blogs and web sites is filtering out the stuff I’ve read before and it does a terrific job at that. I *was* using Bloglines … Continue reading News aggregators
Hi, Thanks for stopping in at my site and taking a look around. Things are still shifting around as I explore the capabilities (and discover the limits) of the tools available to me on this hosting site. Please take a peek around and let me know what you think, by leaving me a comment in … Continue reading Welcome!