The Final Countdown!

Wedding time is closing in upon us. After being engaged for 607 days, it's about time it happened. Both Debra and I are hard at work creating things for all the details of the wedding. She's making centerpieces from fake flowers and wine bottles (Picture to be added); I'm making

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Trip to NYC

Below are the excerpts from our travel journal for our trip to NYC. Click on any of the photos or here to see the whole photo album. Day One: We were plenty early at CAK, almost too early. Thankfully the flight and flight crew were ready to get the plane

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The X100T, First Impressions

Back in August I made an impulse buy, the Fuji X100S. After chatting with the guy at the camera store for a little while, he told me the rumors were Fuji was releasing another camera soon, the X100T. I promptly returned the X100S, waited a week, and preordered the X100T.

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U WOT m8? GET WRECKED!

"OH BABY A TRIPLE", ok maybe not quite, but it was a double kill. I was headed to work yesterday, and some woman in a Minivan decided to pull out of a gas station, turning left across three lanes (one was a turn lane, the diagram isn't quite correct) of

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Rain, Cold and Photos

The weather is changing again, almost time to end another year. The temperature during the day is trending towards the lower end of the spectrum. I'm going to miss the temperate days, but I guess that's part of living here with all of the four seasons. On that note, I

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Code, Code & More Code

CSS, Javascript, Handlebars, HTML, ZOMG, etc... So many things involved in web development, I'm kind of glad that it isn't my day job. Trying to get all the elements in a page to line up and play nice. Checking the layout on different platforms. Testing performance on various devices. Damn

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(dLife/dt) = Significant

So much has happened since my last post and a lot of things were left out of my post from when I started the blog. Four years ago was the last time I wrote about anything life releated. Let's start with a quick bulleted list, ordered by significance. Engaged to

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CSS and Ferris Wheels

Wow... Cascading Style Sheets are complex. I never properly learned or understood how CSS works in larger quantities than just a few lines. Sure I understand the piece parts, but put them together in a huge file, along with other files, throw some HTML in there and wow, I'm lost.

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