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Natural Tranxition

It’s official! My current employment is nearing an end and I have accepted an offer to go to work for software development company, Tranxition. My spell checker keeps trying to tell me that the name is incorrect, but I’m fairly certain I got it right.   I’ll be working as of September 4th for a company […]

I'm Giddy for Google Puffs!

Warning: This is pure speculation. I have no inside information and no affiliation with Google or its employees. I don’t think it will be long before Gmail’s website is available offline for PC and Mac: http://gears.google.com/. Why would they put so much energy into developing client-side data storage libraries if they weren’t planning to use […]

Is Technology too hard? (or Be Nice to your Geek)

We spent this past Easter weekend visiting Crystal’s family in Boardman, Oregon. It’s a sleepy little town with only one grocery store and a hardware store that is also the pharmacy and liquor store. Suffice to say, there isn’t a great deal to do in Boardman, so we spend a lot of time talking (not a […]

Dear sweet Deere

About one year ago, Crystal and I had a knock-down, drag-out via cell phone regarding the purchase of a new riding lawnmower. To set the stage, however, I think I should jump back even further. Since moving to the Portland area in 2001, we have lived in (this is fun): Beaverton for six months, Scappoose […]

Unto us a child is born

For anyone who knows me at all, this should not be a surprise – we’ve done our best to notify everyone in the living world of the event. But I suppose it is possible that someone has been engaged in a carefully crafted plan to avoid contact with us at all costs and therefore was […]

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