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 28 posts previously published on March 21st

  • 2019
    • 🖖 #StarTrekDiscovery S02E10 Much better to end on a note of “okay, wasn’t expecting that” instead of last week’s, “oh, come on….” Laughed at Tilly’s comment about knocking on Trek doors being kind of pointless. Continue to be impressed by Peck’s Spock. Not a bad week.
  • 2018
    • Book fourteen of 2018: Drastic Measures, by Dayton Ward. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ #startrek #startrekdiscovery #dis #disco 🖖
  • 2016
    • Chatting with Prairie while she’s in Chicago as I wait for pizza to be delivered. Bachelor time equals bachelor food! (81/366)
  • 2014
    • Glad the week is over.
    • It seems there are penguins on our street. I’m amused, and approve.
  • 2010
    • Norwescon Preplanning As part of yesterday's Norwescon planning meeting, I sketched out a basic idea of the events that I'm going to concentrate on being around to photograph for at least some portion of the event -- which also necessarily ends up as a rough map of where I'll be at any particular time during the con. With everything that's going on, I can't guarantee I'll be at each of these events for the entire scheduled time. Still, I'll be doing my best to catch as much as I can. It's shaping up to be a busy weekend, but one that should be a lot of fun.
  • 2006
    • Breaking News: Killers can destroy innocent life! Helen Thomas rocks my world. We need more people like her in the press -- hell, we need _squadrons_ of people like her in the press.
    • Sometimes birthdays come early Last week sometime, Prairie surprised me by mentioning what she'd been thinking about for my birthday present this year. _Really_ surprised me, too -- it was far and beyond anything I'd expected her to do. It came in today.
  • 2005
    • The Last Unicorn I have no idea what the status of this is, how close to completion it may or may not be, or whether it will actually ever see the light of day -- but there's a live action version of Peter S. Beagle's The Last Unicorn (previously produced in animated form) in production.
    • Noise, noise, noise An official letter of complaint regarding my neighbor has been sent to the landlord. We'll see what happens next...
    • I can’t stop yawning Just to follow up on my whining on the last post, I didn't fall asleep until sometime after 3am -- and my alarm goes off at 6am. So now I get to run the entire day on something less than three hours of sleep.
    • ecto powered I've been using and recommending ecto for quite some time now, but as long as Adriaan's starting to run a weekly 'ecto powered blog' showcase, I figured I might as well make it a little more obvious and pop a 'Powered by ecto' badge into my sidebar. Who knows if he'll ever actually showcase me, but it's worth a shot, right? ;)
  • 2004
    • Kevin Smith on ‘The Passion’ [Kevin Smith] made a controversial movie about Catholicism, 'Dogma.' What did [he] think about 'The Passion of the Christ'?
    • Marriage by the Book, part 2 While I'm sure that Alex Frantz of Public Nuisance is flattered that his creation is still making the rounds, shouldn't credit be given where credit is due?
  • 2003
    • Smeghead! It'll either make sense to you or it won't.
    • Protest reports I'm going to collect some of the various protest news stories I find here, just for an idea of how things went…
  • 2002
    • More site reorganization If you're a regular visitor, you've probably noticed by now that I've moved things around a bit. Basically, I'm working on simplifying the site, especially the first page that people see when they show up, trying to make things a bit less overwhelming (since I do tend to babble).
    • Putrid weisenheimers There are people I unquestionably despise. They lack morals, character, and honesty. They change this country's moral infrastructure. In case you can't tell, I'm talking about Mr. Michael Hanscom here.
    • But where’s the Green Fairy? Care to import some Absinthe for your next party? Order now, and save 10 if you order the Moulin Rouge DVD at the same time! Really. I'm not making this up.
    • How many inches?!? As if it weren't bad enough that I've been lusting over a 22 inch Apple Cinema Display since they came out, yesterday at MacWorld Tokyo they had to go and introduce a 23 inch version. Too bad I don't have a spare $3500 lying around. Also introduced was a new, higher-capacity (10Gb) version of the iPod.
    • Scientology origins? If you were to breed the Ferengi with the Borg you would end up with Scientology.
    • Scientology vs. Google This is nasty. The Church of Scientology is using the DMCA to have any and all anti-Scientology links removed from the Google search engine. I first saw this on Boing Boing, more information can be found at Operating Thetan's Xenu/Scientology/Google page.
    • Andersen in Seattle This morning, the Business section of the Seattle Times has an article about how the current scandals are affecting the Seattle branch and its employees.
    • New e-mail addy Now that Yahoo is charging for their POP email access, I need to set up a new public e-mail address.
    • Pro-US, anti-Bush It's kind of funny that one of the most accurate and incisive editorials I've read on the ability to be pro-USA and yet anti-Bush comes from a British newspaper.
  • 2001
    • Okay, so I’m a junkie I passed the 300 mark a week or two ago, it seems...I now have a total of 308 DVD's.
    • Faith I have claimed to have faith in God before, but I didn't always realize that faith isn't faith until I can't see the road ahead.
  • 1995
    • [From Usenet: 3.21.95 0351] Now that Photoshop 3.x has been out for a while, I was wondering if anyone out there might have an old copy of the 2.5 deluxe cd-rom they might be willing to part with. I've got Photoshop on floppy, but would appreciate an easier install when I need it.

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