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Month March 2003

Lighter fare

There I was publishing the websites for the Stranger and the Portland Mercury as I all-too-often do on Wednesdays, when lo and behold I see a familiar face in the Mercury's theater section. Upon closer inspection of the article, I found it was indeed a member of the Cardboard Box Theatre Company, and a review […]

Recent troubles

Seems the past few weeks have brought nothing but sad story after devastating news. A number of friends dealing with hard times and horrible tragedies, a frightening experience in my own family, and then there's the messed up country we live in and the thousands of tragedies (travesties?) being committed in the name of Democracy. […]

The 75th Annual Golden Statue Thingies

The Academy of Motion Picture yadda, yadda… must have known what they were in for when they decided to give Michael Moore an Oscar and a minute or so in front of the microphone. I admire Moore for trying to make the most of it, especially backed-up by the rest of the Documentary Feature nominees, […]

Morning habits

We're all full of little habits and rituals. Here are a few I've picked up on my daily walk to work: * When I leave my apartment, I always look left down the street to see if the mountains are visible. * I note how many people are waiting in line for coffee at the […]

Shifts in the subconscious

The past few nights have been full of strange dreams. A number of them were nearly lucid dreams, where I started to take control of my actions, but I couldn't quite connect with things. A recurring theme/experience throughout these dreams was old friends and acquaintances. I had conversations or spent with some people I'd nearly […]

Content and more content

I just spent quite a while copying most of my old web log entries over into this new setup. They're all back-dated and appear in the archives. Speaking of which, I really need to set up a main archive page where all my old posts and categories are easily navigable. In case you were interested, […]

This and that

Sitting here listening to music, surfing the web and posting this entry, all on my brand new baby. What a beautiful little machine. After a week of taking it slow, my wrist is doing much better. Coincidentally, at work our general manager put out a helpful ergonomics guide. There's much that can and will be […]