This morning, as Mark and I drove to work (we carpool — there is no need for us to have separate cars when our apartments are barely 300 metres apart), we got caught in traffic (again) at this one particular intersection in Lindora. It doesn’t look like much, and indeed the satellite photo suggests it’s […]
Yep, there was an earthquake here last night. Apparently 6.2 on the Richter scale. We slept through it, if that’s any indication. We were more worried about the strong winds this morning… [Update!] Okay, so after chatting with Alex, we actually got our stories straight. Apparently, just after I got home last night, I was […]
Yes, you read that right. I drank coffee. Not a coffee-flavoured beverage, not something with Kahlua. Coffee. Real. Honest. Caffeinated. Those of you who know me are probably all thinking the same thing: Uh oh. I offer you the following piece of encouragement: Don’t panic. I’m not an addict. Yet.
Your firewall will explode once your (formerly poor) internet connection is stablised. (Tip o’ the hat to Ginger.)
Maybe not the entire world, but certainly the wired world — the people online. All day, ever since I logged on, I’ve seen Tweets, blog posts, momentiles, and the like about people who are absolutely dying to see the results from the US election. Most of those people want to see Obama win. (Or […]
…doesn’t really exist. Not in the way we gringos are used to seeing it, that is. Where we come from, decorations can rise to the level of an artform, and the single evening has evolved to the point where the only thing people really want to do is scare the crap out of each other. […]