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 23 posts previously published on May 23rd

  • 2016
    • Not a bad day at all for a Monday. Here’s hoping that’s the start of a trend. (144/366)
  • 2015
  • 2014
    • Funny little dollar store eyeball ring. Too small for my fingers, but amusing. Looks like a friendly little alien to me. :)
    • Hard at work at Law and Justice! Except that I actually sit at a computer all day, and never need to touch the law books. But still. It works for today’s picture. :)
    • Fun Feet Friday: Darth Vader socks!
  • 2010
  • 2006
    • The Perils of Being Blogged Must make this quick.... Out in the [doctor's] waiting room- I am typing away on blog and then zoom to your site to see what's new, when guy next to me goes- 'That's the numbnut from Microsoft- right??'
    • Up, Up and Away… A 'time panorama]' -- seven shots combined into a single panoramic image capturing this kitesurfer's jump.
  • 2005
    • Episode III: Pros and Cons Mike messaged me on iChat this evening after getting back from watching Star Wars Episode III. Our conversation ended up touching on most, if not all, of the points I've had wandering around in my head and was planning on using for a more in-depth review than the one I gave previously. So, with his permission, I'm reposting our conversation here.
    • Love Battle Ideologies and slogans are going to be battling it out in the Seattle area next month. In the (far) right corner: Love Won Out, a 'national campaign to treat homosexuality as preventable.' In the left corner: Love Welcomes All, a counter-conference organized by PFLAG.
    • Local Innuendo Headline from a story in today's Seattle PI: University of Washington among top-endowed colleges
    • 2005 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Films Dori's got a very handy list of this year's Sci-Fi and Fantasy films that are likely to be potential Hugo Award nominees. Some I've seen, most I've heard of, but there were a few listed that I didn't know about -- including a new Terry Gilliam film!
    • Apple and Intel There's a lot of rumbling in the Mac world today thanks to a Wall Street Journal article reporting rumors of Apple talking to Intel about using their chips.
    • Recap Still alive, still here, just haven't been very talkative. Quick weekend recap, though...
  • 2004
    • I’m so glad I don’t drive Gas really does cost an arm and a leg these days.
    • Draft targeted to resume in spring 2005 There have been rumors about this for a while now, but it's been looking more and more likely all the time, and now the first major steps have been set in motion.
    • Shrek 2 We also saw Shrek 2, which was a far more enjoyable experience than Troy.
    • Troy Prairie and I saw Troy this weekend. That wasn't supposed to be a comedy, was it?
  • 2003
    • Can we clone Sen. Byrd? Another excellent speech from Sen. Byrd. Can we please get more politicians like this man in office?
    • US takes control of space The nation's largest intelligence agency by budget and in control of all U.S. spy satellites, NRO is talking openly with the U.S. Air Force Space Command about actively denying the use of space for intelligence purposes to any other nation at any time — not just adversaries, but even longtime allies, according to NRO director Peter Teets.
    • SARS from space? Here's an interesting theory: could SARS have come to us from outer space?
    • Starring Howard Dean 'Cool idea!' 'Ick — Windows only (sigh).' 'Oh, wait — Quicktime videos too!'
  • 1996
    • [From Usenet: 5.23.96 2300] Was wondering if anyone had attempted an install of NetBSD on a mac...? --and-- Anyone attempted a firewall system like this...?

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