my second time, in 1994, almost immediately I found myself part of a little group of friends centered around two apartments in a house on the next street over from mine. I recently got back in touch with one of those lovely people and she passed along the link to her site: lint museum / museum of little things. Check out all of the lovely illustration and collage work, plus the wonderful little movies as well.
last week I picked up a new MacBook, which has so far impressed me as a wonderful machine. One of the best keyboards I’ve ever used on a laptop (only my old Thinkpad I used for work a couple of jobs ago compared) and the bump in screen size from the iBook 12″ is just enough to make it workable for everyday use. I’ll probably get an external monitor to go with it later, but even by itself it’s great.
We’re drastically simplifying our whole “gear” life here in the house – Nadia is going to use the last-gen iBook we have and we’re getting rid of all our other computers – my Mini, her eMac, and my large old-school CRT that was still on my desk about 7 years since its purchase.
A month with nothing here. I’ve been working like a crazy maniac trying to get things done at the new company I’m working with. Regularly scheduled programming will resume…
I’ve scarcely had the time to read blogs let alone keep this one up-to-date – but things are going to be pretty stable for the next few weeks, so I should be able to keep things rolling here… starting today.
of this site has been sadly neglected for a long time, but I continue to have high hopes that I will be able to resurrect it and post longer-form pieces there from time to time. A small step in the right direction is a little thing I just posted called, “True Facts about Ottawa“. If you’ve been following along, you know that I moved from Montreal to Ottawa last summer, having spent my childhood and youth here in Capital City.