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 March 24th

  • 2019
    • Book twenty-six of 2019: Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 📚 1954 Retro Hugo Best Novel Wow, does this one ever hold up. Incredibly (and possibly sadly) as relevant now as…wow, 65 years ago. Impressively prescient in many ways, as well.
  • 2018
    • At the #marchforourlives
  • 2016
    • Got my DJing shirt on, just about to kick off the #nwc39 Thursday night dance!
    • I found the #nwc39 ball pit!
    • Good morning #nwc39! Let’s get this thing started, shall we? (84/366)
  • 2014
    • Eye gave up on a clever caption.
  • 2009
    • We’ve got bikes! As spring has been getting closer, we've been getting more excited about the plan, and so this morning, as a combination of early birthday present and consolation after getting word that I didn't get a job I'd interviewed for last week, we went up to Target and got ourselves new toys.
  • 2006
    • Mac OS X turns Five After spending half my life watching smart, talented people ignore the Mac for reasons of circumstance or prejudice, it's incredibly gratifying to live in a post-Mac OS X world.
    • Weather Tempertantrum In the past five minutes, we just went from sunshine, to rain, to _hard_ rain, to _hail_, and then it all turned off like a faucet and we're back to sunshine. I love spring!
  • 2005
    • Photo Flood Finished I've finished uploading older photographs into my Flickr account for now. I've been concentrating on bigger 'event' things to put into sets, rather than everyday stuff. New sets since the previous update: The Jensonia Hotel fire, Kevin and Emily's wedding, Bumbershoot '03, Pride Day '03, Bumbershoot '02, Bumbershoot '01, and Pride Day '01.
  • 2004
    • Google AdSense There's a new addition to the site — I've been accepted into the Google AdSense program, so there will now be some small text advertisements on my pages.
    • Always look on the bright side of life… Spurred by the recent success of Mel Gibson's 'The Passion of the Christ', the Python boys have decided to celebrate the 25th anniversary of one of their films by re-releasing it to the theaters. Which film? 'The Life of Brian', of course!
    • The Untitled Project My goal at that point was to wander through the city, taking random pictures, then come home, take them into Photoshop, and remove every logo, every piece of identifiable advertising, leaving only the 'empty' buildings, automobiles, and walls. It seemed like a really interesting idea.
    • It’s like Karaoke gone all wrong Imagine my surprise tonight when I discovered that the iTunes Music Store now has William Hung's rendition of 'She Bangs'!
    • You! Put your hands up and drop your skirt! Now here's a good way to spend taxpayer's money — the Georgia House just voted 166-0 to ban female genital piercing.
    • Daschle’s kicking butt The purpose of government isn't to make the President look good. It isn't to produce propaganda or misleading information. It is, instead, to do its best for the American people and to be accountable to the American people.
    • Only Just Beginning Come celebrate the release of Jason's 4th album. This will be Jason's first concert of 2004. Perhaps something special will happen.
    • Banned Music A new site today from the people behind Grey Tuesday: BannedMusic.org.
  • 2003
    • What is TrackBack? I've tried to explain TrackBack in the past when asked, though I've never been too sure how well I did. Handily enough, I don't have to try anymore, as Ben and Mena Trott — the creators of MovableType — have written A Beginner's Guide to TrackBack. Good stuff!
    • Adam Osborne dead It looks like Adam Osborne, creator of the Osborne 1 portable computer, has died. Probably.
    • What the US media won't report Impressed by the US media's war coverage so far? You probably shouldn't be. The Asia Times has a good look at what kind of news the rest of the world sees.
    • I'm a terrorist! Or rather, if I lived in Oregon and participated in a peace demonstration, I could be branded a terrorist and face life imprisonment if this legislation goes through.
    • A teense faster, I hope In an effort to speed up the response time of my site when posting new articles, or when visitors leave comments, I'm experimenting with simplifying this page a bit. I think it's working — things seem a teense snappier so far — but I'm still banging away at it.
    • Better than CNN The Agonist is an excellent resource for keeping up with what's going on in Iraq before the major news sites — probably far less biased, also.
    • Floppyship Enterprise Brilliant, useless way to kill time: how to make a Starship Enterprise out of a 3.5 inch floppy disk!
    • Contributions I went ahead and made my first-ever political contribution today, after thinking about it through the weekend. Hey mom — is there a line for that in my baby book?
  • 2001
    • First night at Studio 99 I was a little nervous going in to this -- while I used to have a pretty decent fan base around town, it's been a while since I've done anything. So, I wasn't entirely sure how the night was going to go.

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