Archive for January, 2005

Martini Party, 2005

Every year, Cathie throws a swinging Martini Party at her place. Gin and vodka abound, as do olives and onions, sliced fruit, buckets of ice, an army of shakers, and an assortment of martini recipes… all framed and stationed at various points in the kitchen. Up until today, the past few times I was here… I didn’t end up breaking…

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XML and Coffee

Met up with Justin at Filter today, to sketch out the initial plans for Stu’s website. This thing is going to be rockin’ when we’re finally done (and it seems like an easier task than we had first anticipated). This project will be a cool combination of Ben’s design, Justin’s programming and my Flash. All three kung-fu styles, mixed together….

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Woot!

From: the smockmommaTo: FelixSubj: these old ladies think you’re the bomb you are as fascinating as your site. or is it the other way around? regardless, did you ever think you’d be promoted by a blog maintained by three catholic moms? that has to be better than msnbc, right? –the smockmomma —–——–

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So recently, I’ve been getting

So recently, I’ve been getting a lot of traffic to my Evolving Genesis experiment. I’ve taken to looking over my “Recent Referrers” list, trying to see where people are coming from, and what pages they’re looking at. Tracking the links back, I found quite a few discussons going on, on various sites. Oddly, the comments are all over the place….

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Note to self

If you’re interested or intrigued by something, disregard the worry that it’s silly or ridiculous. Remember that there’s someone else out there, equally curious, and equally as fascinated as you are.

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Hey, I recognize that guy…

Everyone, meet Karen and Tom. After the show, as I was milling around near the back… a guy taps me on the shoulder. He asks if I have some kind of website or project that deals with detailing everyday things. I say yes, thinking that he’s someone who recognizes me from the blog (but who I don’t really know). So…

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Audience Participation

This was pretty fun. Davy was telling everyone how much mail they have been getting lately, and gave a bit of background on how the entire submission/evaluation process worked. But more than that, he wanted to share with everyone in the audience how much fun it was, to go through these submissions. He spoke openly and well about his genuine…

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Hey, I recognize that picture

Halfway through the reading, Jason interrupts and takes the stage with a man who looks a little shy and a little proud, all at the same time. As it turns out, he had brought in a clipping from Elle magazine, where Found has a small page/section in the back. Turns out, one of the photographs there was of him at…

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Found Magazine @ Intuit Gallery

Attended a Found Magazine show at Intuit Gallery. I didn’t get to really attend their last show (Dirty Found), so it’s been a long while since I’ve seen aFound event. Great stuff stuff tonight, as you’ll soon see. Justin invited me to help set up the place a few nights ago, but I declined. In hindsight, I would have been…

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