After my first workout in over three years tonight, Lisa and I went shopping and had a cook-off. She did haddock steamed in white wine over green beans and broccoli in foil. I did haddock grilled (well, fried in a grill-pan) with an improvised sauce, as follows: rice bran oil; soy sauce; chopped ginger, serrano [...]
In the spirit of putting my money where my mouth is, I’ve started a quick and dirty index of Wahoos with weblogs, called Hooblogs. It’s very short right now, but hopefully it will grow as additional Wahoos find the page. To be added to the Hooblogs list, please email me.
Greg points to two relatively recent additions to the Blogosphere: Lisa Guernsey and Rob Krupicka. They’re husband and wife and both Virginia alums, but have very different takes on the blog world: Lisa is blogging about search engines and their social meaning, and Rob is blogging about his newly announced candidacy for Alexandria City Council. [...]
I’m still catching up with weblog updates from the last week. Craig has what I think must be the funniest take on post-holiday-shopping ever: …they are a people ripe for revolution. There’s so many shoppers, and so few staff members, that all it would take is one khaki and mock turtleneck sweater-clad minivan driving suburbanite [...]
Feels funny to be back at the office today. No one is around. It’s very quiet. I want to go out in the hallway and make some kind of loud sound just to see if anyone is awake. My in-laws are still in town. Lisa will likely be taking them all over Seattle today and [...]