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 27 posts previously published on February 25th

  • 2018
    • Time for the next film in our Hitchcock collection. As with many of these (all of them so far, actually), my first time seeing this one.
    • Book eleven of 2018 (and fifth #pkdickaward nominee): The Wrong Stars, by Tim Pratt. ⭐️⭐️⭐️
  • 2017
    • Prairie decided to bring out two settings worth of the antique Noritake china she inherited from her grandparents. It’s actually the first time I’ve seen it; it’s a really pretty set.
    • This makes me laugh every time I see it. Some of you will do the same, others may not understand. But it’s funny to me.
  • 2016
    • Good: One month from today, I’ll be geeking out at #nwc39 with many geeky friends. Bad: The rest of today. At least tomorrow’s Friday. (56/366)
  • 2015
    • Done…and got the t-shirt to prove it!
    • All hooked up. Just hope they remember to unhook me in time. ;) “Always give 100%…unless you’re donating blood.”
    • Waiting to give blood. The chairs look…somewhat intimidating. At least there aren’t any straps. :)
  • 2014
    • End of the day, time to get ready for bed.
  • 2009
    • Pixar and Gender Long-time readers will recognize this particular soapbox, but it's good to know I'm not the only one standing on it: Pixar's gender problem.
    • Links for February 24th through February 25th Sometime between February 24th and February 25th, I thought this stuff was interesting. You might think so too!
    • Nacelles Monthly J.J. Abrams: 'The key is to appreciate that there are purists and fans of 'Star Trek' who are going to be very vocal if they see things that aren’t what what they want. But I can’t make this movie for readers of Nacelles Monthly...'
  • 2005
    • Flickr being bought by…everybody? For the past few days, rumors have been flying around that Yahoo is buying Flickr. Whatever the truth of the matter, never let it be said that Flickr isn't handling the rumors with good grace and a sense of humor.
    • Critical Mass While I don't currently own a bike, so I couldn't join in the ride, I did wander down to Westlake Plaza today to catch the gathering of riders for this month's Critical Mass ride.
    • Brad! Janet! Professor Snape! This week, at Frank N. Furter's School of Wizardry and Witchcraft...
    • Etch-A-Sketch Tech Support Thank you for calling Etch-A-Sketch Support!
  • 2004
    • The Passion The more I read about Mel Gibson's 'The Passion', the less interested I am in seeing two hours of one man being brutally tortured to death.
    • Irony, copyright, and site design First, read what this gentleman has to say about the appropriation of content from other weblogs…then, head on over and check out his site design
    • I’ve got a fan! Last week, almost a year since he left his original comment, Deakster came back. I now have 75 bogus trackback pings from Deakster — why, I do believe I'm being harassed, ladies and gentlemen.
    • Biosphere There's an interesting article from the Philadelphia Inquirer looking at the early-90's Biosphere experiment. I remember being fascinated by this at the time it was going on. Apparently the experiment did last the full two years planned, though not without problems.
    • Grey Tuesday followup Downhill Battle has posted a followup to yesterday's 'Grey Tuesday' event.
  • 2002
    • BtSOD (Blue t-Shirt of Death) Once I know I've got the funds settled for both the move and my June trip to Alaska for James and Stacy's wedding, I'm getting at least one of these. Probably one of the BSOD-t's and the Mac Bomb-t.
    • Copy-proof CD’s not so copy-proof? I found a thread on the HTF today (which has since been deleted) -- apparently the new 'copy proof' CD's can be copied with some old software. The copies may actually be better than the original CD's, too!
    • I knew it wouldn’t all be good news Because I'll be starting the connection process over, my website could be down for as much as close to 2 months. Speakeasy asks to allow up to two weeks for the connection to take place (from placing the order to the signal coming up and online), and they can't start the process until after you've had a working phone at the address for a month.
    • Hedwig – first impressions I just got done watching Hedwig and the Angry Inch and...well...to be honest, I'm not really sure right off the bat just what I thought of this film. I'm going to let it percolate in my brain for a bit -- I've got to get to bed right now and post more thoughts on it later.
  • 2001
    • Free DVDs Every year during the holiday season the Suncoast company has a sales competition for its member stores, and this year our store won -- from what I'm told, not a rare thing.
    • Back from UAA, possibly on the radio This Tuesday, I'll be spinning on 88.1 FM KRUA sometime between 7pm and 10pm! Should be fun…looking forward to trying my hand at a radio gig. And, as an added bonus, if anyone feels like it, you can listen in over the web (as long as you have Real Player G2 installed) through KRUA's website!

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