Monthly Archives: November 2011

When Kids Fly

I love taking pictures of the clouds and the sky, but this time these clouds are carrying my kids. The plane, and the gracious pilot that volunteered his time had a little something to do with it as well. Hopefully a short and fun flight they will remember.

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Dust in the Web

Saw this web in the corner of a sheep pin at a local farm. Not sure where the inhabitants have gone, but I thought it was cool the way the dust had begun to collect on the silk.

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What is turnoffyour.tv and how did it come about?

What is turnoffyour.tv and how did it come about? Well, it should be said, that it is not currently what it was originally intended to be, but it is slowly getting there. turnoffyour.tv came about when a friend and I were talking about the what a financial sink it was to subscribe to cable television. [...]

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Verrucosa arenata

Supposedly this guy or gal is harmless to humans, but man does it look like that yellow triangle is saying “Don’t screw with me”!? This was my first thought as I unpacked our supplies from a weekend camp out and saw these eight legs wandering out. Someone captured a better image of this beautiful creature [...]

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Some one gets paid real money for this stupid shit.

$0.89, plus it is in a “hand-held bottle”!? Count me in, I’m tired of those feet held and under the arm held bottles.

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  • Almost Random Quote

    The opportunity, though, is the biggest of our generation (or the last one, for that matter). The opportunity is there for anyone (with or without a job) smart enough to take it–to develop a best in class skill, to tell a story, to spread the word, to be in demand, to satisfy real needs, to run from the mediocre middle and to change everything.

    ┬íNote! Like all revolutions, this is an opportunity, not a solution, not a guarantee. It’s an opportunity to poke and experiment and fail and discover dead ends on the way to making a difference. The old economy offered a guarantee–time plus education plus obedience = stability. The new one, not so much. The new one offers a chance for you to take a chance and make an impact.
    — Seth Godin, Blog, 2011