Yep, I think we're all set here (notice how both computer chairs are sliding towards the middle of the room.  That's because the house is slanted). (Also note the orange wall.)

The First 24 Hours of Boston

Lyla and I got home from the honeymoon on August 31st at 11:00 PM.  The next day was going to be intense: the plan was to finish packing the entire apartment into boxes, move those boxes into a Uhaul by 3:00, take the 6-hour drive to Boston, and unpack the truck into our new place […]

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Can’t talk now, need to sleep

Today was the first day of “work” at the lab (classes start tomorrow, although I don’t think I’ll have any Wednesday courses). It looks like there are 7 members of my group, which is called “Information Ecology.” We spent the first half of the day discussing registration and completely rearranging our lab space (I’ll take […]

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Me and Lyla in Puerto Rico

A Quick Overview of Life After Graduating

I don’t have any clue who will be reading this blog down the line, but right now I can be pretty sure that it is people I know.  To those people – hello!  Sorry this is so impersonal but I’m really glad to be able to tell you about what I am expecting to be […]

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Visiting the SpeakerCave

I just got back from an epic journey to a place so manly that Hercules himself would probably be impressed.  I visited team SpeakerText! SpeakerText is a true blue startup that I joined a few months ago.  We create interactive transcripts for online video which, in addition to providing some pretty great functionality for media […]

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The box of destiny!

My First Bag of Crap!

Last week I had one of my proudest Internet moments.  I managed to nab a mythical Bag of Crap at the last wootoff.  Today it finally arrived.  The only thing that really comes close to this was the day that I got a quote accepted on Bash.org.  For those that don’t know, Woot.com is a […]

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My last day was Friday

I had been working for a small web to print company called ColorQuick since June of 2009 to keep me from becoming a homeless person while I waited for Lyla to finish her five-year-long art degree.  Apparently it isn’t possible to graduate on time if you are a student at Tyler. The experience was worthwhile, […]

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