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 14 posts previously published on March 25th

  • 2016
    • Friday morning at #nwc39, and I’m starting the day with my gothtrolling shirt. ;) Here we go! (85/366)
  • 2015
  • 2014
    • I hear boys with large bananas are popular. Does this work? Or did I misunderstand something?
  • 2006
    • Kleptones: 24hours For those interested in mashups: The Kleptones have just released their fourth full-length album, the _two-disc_ set 24hours.
    • No Sakuracon for Me I'd mentioned before that I was planning on heading downtown today to wander around Sakuracon and get some shots of the various cosplay kids. As it turns out, I'd actually forgotten to ask for today off from that won't be happening. Oops.
  • 2004
    • Time for a little blatant self-promotion A few times in the past, I've come up with ideas that amuse me, and I've put a couple of them onto t-shirts (and other gear) through CafePress. Unfortunately, they only got a few days of exposure after they went up, as their announcement posts scrolled off the main page of my site and into my archives.
    • The Need for Speed As fun as high speed can be, it's often no real contest against someone who knows how to drive and how to handle their car in various road conditions. (This was inspired by The wrath of the Evil Elle~Noir.)
    • Mac OS X turns three Ars Technica has a nice rundown of the first three years of Mac OS X. I've been an OS X user for all three (plus the Public Beta period beforehand) — how time flies when you're having fun!
    • Presidential compassion Y'know, if I were part of one of the hundreds of families who have lost a member to the war in Iraq, I wouldn't be very amused at all about Bush turning it into a joke…
  • 2003
    • No substitute Well, here's something that shouldn't be a surprise to anyone with a modicum of intelligence — spell- and grammar-checking software doesn't always help, and can often hinder good writing.
    • A brit's view of Seattle There's a very interesting article in this week's Seattle Weekly from Jonathan Raban, a british author who's been living in Seattle since 1990. In a letter back to Britain that was originally published in The Guardian, he does a really good job of outlining where Seattle sits politically and economically, especially in contrast to how the U.S. in general is presented to the world. Then, towards the end, he mentions a certain up and coming political candidate that is rapidly gaining notice, and suggests that this might be the man to watch in the upcoming months…
    • More rumblings from Korea We really shouldn't forget that in the midst of bombing Iraq back to the stone age, we've also got a fairly dicey situation over in Korea at the moment. A situation that looks to be getting worse, too, since Korea just cut off contact with the U.N. due to U.S. arrogance.
    • Take Back America I found this article today thanks to Dori Smith. I think it's one of those articles that really should be read by anyone concerned about the political state of our nation today, and since the author has been kind enough to grant reproduction rights, I'm reprinting it here.
  • 2002
    • I’m all moved in This weekend kicked much butt. Rick came over both Saturday and Sunday to lend a hand, Candice let us use her truck, and between the two of us, we managed to get me completely moved this weekend.

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