Monthly Archives: December 2008

Merry Christmas 2008

Merry Christmas to all! A shot from our morning here in Klamath Falls.

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Holly’s Birthday Party

We went out to celebrate our friend Holly’s birthday. Drinks at Bar Mingo and then dinner at Marrakesh. Continue reading

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A white christmas?

The first of the winter snow arrived. Meaghan and I took a short walk around our apartment complex. Continue reading

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Using your DSLR in Manual Mode

I just found a great introductory article on DSLR photography in manual mode.  Since I got a new camera for Christmas this year, I’ve started reading up again on digital SLR photography.  My previous SLR was film-driven and ever since … Continue reading

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Busted Water Main – No Water

I got home from work this evening to find that a water main had broken outside our house.  This means no running water.  You don’t realize how much you rely upon running water until you don’t have it.  As a … Continue reading

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The Secret to Organizational Agility

Mike Cottmeyer wrote an excellent article about the importance of eliminating dependencies in agile projects: How many times have the following been true: “Many teams are trying to sprint through product development using a traditional MRD or PRD.” “Many … Continue reading

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Be careful with your online brand…

As the popularity of Web 2.0 is growing, so is the ability for others to observe and evaluate your story and your personal online brand.  This article from JASE marketing reports that a “survey of 500 top colleges found that … Continue reading

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A little overboard?

This feels like just a few too many…

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The 6th Life

“You can’t stop progress!” — Bateman, 1930 I guess that’s true.  When I first saw the movie The 6th Day I remember leaving the theater in horror as the realization that one day the premise of the fictitious company RePet … Continue reading

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