Mission accomplished!  A couple of weeks ago, my aging version of WordPress (2.61 I think) just sorta flaked out.  Specifically I couldn’t save edits to either posts or pages either new or existing entries.  I found similar forum entries over the last month from folks on the WordPress site – […]

Upgrading to WordPress 2.8

Just saw that ground has been broken in New Mexico for the first Spaceport America facility. “British tycoon Richard Branson’s space tours firm, Virgin Galactic, will use the facility to propel tourists into suborbital space at a cost of $200,000 a ride.”   Reuters 19,June 2009 How cool is this? The […]

Mos Eisley, New Mexico

OK… I’m officially hooked!  Today I made my second visit to the North Easton Farmer’s Market to pickup up local goodies for the week.  This week I stuck with veggies and baked goods, last week I got a piece of great fresh salmon from Jordan Bros. Seafood.  And this week […]

The Farmer’s Market

I spent some time today cleaning/sorting/purging my book shelves.  I recycle a lot of my paperbacks and only keep my absolute favorites.  Based on this exercise, I’m gonna do some re-reading. William Gibson Cyberpunk trilogy – Neuromancer, Count Zero, Mona Lisa Overdrive Pat Cadigan – Synners Issac Asimov – The […]

Sorting through the book shelves

My TV viewing tends towards SciFi and stuff like NCIS, The Unit, House and Bones. But a while ago I stumbled on to Guy Fieri on The Food Network. He does a TV show that visits diners, drive-in and dives (hence the name) all around the US. What a kick! […]

Diners, Drive-ins and Dives

First of all, welcome to the bottom of the page. — “3 Loops” — I’m fascinated by the fact that the same sensory organ that provides access to speech and music also provides balance for the entire body.  Let’s hear it (sorry!) for those 3 little loops in the semi-circular […]

So… what’s the deal with the blog name?