Beatles (well, McCartney) Alert
The following went out as an e-mail
to a pretty large list. Sometimes it seems that big-list e-mails
might just be more easily distributed as blog posts. Delivery via e-mail seems
more efficient in terms of likely, timely reading. But the blog
has wider reach and longevity. So now it is in both places.
February 24th: A Day of Note
Today is the birthday of many a notable:
Cheney: Letterman Shoots Back
David Letterman has taken loads of potshots at dubya through the years, pointing out his inanity, difficulties with the English language, and horrid presentation skills. But this time, vis-a-vis famous quail hunter Wild Dick Cheney, the gloves have come off. Letterman, along with his writing and editing staff, display courage and conviction with this piece they aired on Tuesday night's show.
FORE! (oops, I meant:) FOUR!
I was going to headline this Meme, Myself and My Four,
but that's only three. There are the four bloggers getting tagged
at the end to fu
Things To Do
So many tasks, so little time! The good news (other than Spring
Training officially opening tomorrow -- Pitchers and Catchers report to
camp!!) is that I continue to gain strength and get more of my voice
back. The not-so-good news is that catching up on all the stuff
that piled up takes a ton of time and energy.
Collaborative Wiki Goodness
Many of us conduct much of our business lives on the net. Tools
for doing so are being introduced in abundance, and tools already out
there are being enhanced, modified, bettered, every day.
This post does two things. First: it tells you about a good
collaborative wiki. Second, by posting this, said wiki provider
will double my freebie usage space, just for the plug.
Reasons To Be Happy
There are many reasons to be happy. First a few date & event-related notes, and then a real-life true story.
Bed Rest Blog Coda: The Road To Recovery
A corner was turned. The worst was over. Health, although in no apparent hurry, seemed to
be making a slow comeback. And so did it it seem. One day,
finally, one just finds oneself traveling on the heralded Road To