Since I’ll hit 20 years of blogging this November, this year I’m posting a daily list of anything I published on this day in the past.

There are 15 posts previously published on February 13th

  • 2016
    • Prairie and me with nieces Nalah and Finn at Nalah’s 7th birthday party. (44/366)
  • 2015
    • Today’s page in my “Stupid Quotes” calendar. #50ShadesofGrey #FiftyShadesofGrey #peopleacutuallyenjoyreadingthisjunk
  • 2014
    • Watching more downloaded Olympics while I exercise, but this event was recorded off of Swedish TV. Can’t understand the commentary, but they still sound like sports commentators. Sadly, not a single “börk börk börk!”
  • 2010
    • No Olympics For Us While it's not quite to the point of being what I'd call a 'boycott,' it's looking like the chances are extremely slim that we're going to be watching much of this year's Olympic coverage. We'd like to, but NBC has done a marvelous job of ensuring that we either _can't_ watch, or when we can, we don't want to.
  • 2009
    • 1234567890 As of now -- Feb. 13th 2009, at 3:31 (and 30 seconds) PM (PST), the Unix Time is **1234567890**.
  • 2006
  • 2005
    • Alive and Well Or, at least, as well as I ever get. ;) More to come as I continue to play catch-up.
  • 2004
  • 2003
    • Seems simple to me Here I am, working at the single biggest software company in the world, packed to the brim with some of the brightest people in the tech industry — and yet they need signs posted outlining a four-step process to get a free soda out of the vending machines.
    • Upgrades galore Two important (in my world) software upgrades hit the 'net today: Mac OS X was upgraded to version 10.2.4, and MovableType was upgraded to version 2.6. Both are installed, and both are working like a charm.
    • Weather wierdness It looks like Dave Winer and John Teggatz have all the cold weather that Dad is complaining he's missing in Anchorage. And on an entirely unrelated note: I really wish that Dave's RSS feed had individual posts linked to their permalinks.
    • Your e-mail is safe from scrutiny More good news as I catch up on my newsreading — the Total Information Awareness program is facing heavy opposition, and is likely to be barred from collecting information on American citizens.
  • 2002
    • Enterprise: Shuttlepod One But -- and there's always a but -- those had to be some _horrid_ mashed potatoes if they could patch a hull breach with them, no matter how temporarily! I'd say I'd never tease my mom about her mashed potatoes after that...but, then, that'd be no fun. ;)
    • Looks like I might be moving I'd noticed as we were wandering around that directly beside every door to an apartment was a small door, about a foot and a half wide and two and a half feet tall that also looked like it led into the apartment, but had been painted over and was obviously no longer used. I couldn't figure out what they were for.
  • 2001
    • The collection grows again… ...like that's really a surprise to anyone who either knows me or is actually bored enough to read this babble on a regular basis.

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