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The end is here!

The end is here!

If you’re reading this, you’ve survived the Mayan apocalypse (so far). Congratulations.

An unexpectedly delayed journey

An unexpectedly delayed journey

I’m back with a real blog post! It contains big news – and a laboriously drawn-out metaphor. Or possibly an allegory. I don’t know, I wasn’t an English major.

An actual post with words and stuff

An actual post with words and stuff

The rumors of my death are greatly exaggerated. Well, at least somewhat exaggerated.

Wordless Wednesday: Obsolescence

Wordless Wednesday: Obsolescence

Back in its day, the IBM Selectric II typewriter was the bee’s knees. Unfortunately, it’s day ended about thirty years ago.

Wordless Wednesday: Creepy baby goes to the office

No longer content to hang out at our house stalking The Cat, Creepy Baby ventures up to my office to keep an eye on passersby.

Greetings from Cincinnati

Hey! Did I mention that I was going to Cincinnati for a conference? Because I did. Well, I mean I did go and I’m still here and will be for the rest of the week. So there you have it.

In the land of beer and cheese (and sausage)

Hey, remember when I went to Milwaukee? You should, because I told you that I was going. Your recollection, however, should be very vague because I never told anything about it. If you have detailed memories about my trip, I’m sorry: you’re crazy.

Greetings from Milwaukee

Hi there! I’ve been in Milwaukee all week long at a nerd conference. I’m flying back home today and will work on hammering out a recap on the plane. Expect it to show up here several weeks (or possibly months) from now.

Schlimiel, schlimazel, hasenpfeffer incorporated

I don’t have tickets to an Alice Cooper concert, but I am headed to Milwaukee. In fact, if you’re reading this after 7:30 p.m., I’m already there.

Happy Labor Day. Now get back to work.

Yesterday was Labor Day, a total non-holiday around these parts. The Boy had school. The Wife had to work. I had to work. Long live the glorious struggle against the oppressive bourgeoisie, eh?