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First pilgrimage

I took a trip out to the Apple Store at the Crabtree Valley Mall here in sunny Raleigh, NC in order to procure a power plug for my MacBook. Of course, I've got a box full of these things at work, but that doesn't help me much at the moment, does it?

I'm posting this to continue the long standing tradition of Mac dorks posting about their trips to Apple Stores in far away lands.


This is a test post.

Ok, where's my club

Apparently, the japanese government has spent $12 million (I assume
$USD, since 12m yen is what, $3.50?) on these cuddly little gizmos to
provide comfort to the elderly. Apparently it blinks, wriggles and

Nikon S7c - Save your money

[img_assist|nid=333|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=180|height=180]Based on reviews I found online, I purchased a Nikon S7c digital camera.

"My childhood, now on display.", or "Why I'm a geek"

Wanting to cut unnecessary expenses, I went down to our climate-controlled $74/mo storage unit, to survey its contents and begin separating the heirlooms from the chaff.

It was mostly chaff[1]. I did however find one of my post prized possessions, the remnants of my vast childhood library, packed safely away in U-Haul branded boxes.

So now our spartan bookcases have been lined with the volumes that survived the Great Basement Flood of '93 (the result of the radiators freezing and bursting in the darkness of the New Jersey winter).

The leader of the free world?

Excerpts from the Decider in Chief's recent speech in [w:Tipp City, Ohio]:

I continue to be amazed the super geeky powers of the Drupal developer community. I've been playing with modules over the last couple of days trying to find the right combination to create a multimedia sharing site for work that even the octogenarian residents of Greater Bluffelson could use.


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