Monthly Archives: October 2004

Whole Wheat Bread

A good wheat bread recipe for bread machines, one of the few I’ve found that doesn’t use powdered milk (which I keep forgetting to buy). 1 1/4 cups water 3 T honey 2 T butter, softened 2 C whole wheat … Continue reading

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Security Screening

(via Cryptogram). Great Moments in Security Screening.

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SF Cliches

The Grand List of SF Cliches. Use them wisely.

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Up, up and…

Seen on the way to work this morning: A geek walking towards the Microsoft campus wearing Superman garb (I don’t think he had a cape, but I didn’t have enough time to examine him closely — I’d kind of like … Continue reading

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Dusty Decks

The Dusty Decks web log, all about software preservation.

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In the Time of the Fat Spiders

When I was a kid, there was an underpass near my house that we dared not pass under in the fall. If you did, you were likely to be struck by falling, incredibly fat orb orb-weaver spiders. Weak and maybe … Continue reading

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Voom

[from fark] Making your own ramjet out of some aluminum coffee mugs from Wal-Mart and a lot of JB-Weld…

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StupidSecurity

Ah, stupidsecurity.com — ’nuff said. Are we happier now that we are safer? We are such ingrates!

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It's okay, we are apologizing

My parents sent me this, just too humorous not to share…

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"This product doesn't do s—"

The craziness of modern product liability warnings. Safety Warning. Not for use as a stroller. May contain parts. Manufactured in a facility where one or more of the following may be present: Peanuts, almonds, unfiltered water, oxygen, ultaviolet and infrared … Continue reading

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