Monthly Archives: August 2004

Hilarious Maps

I love maps, so I was happy today to find the Map Room, Blog on Maps.  Following some links, I found the hilarious Animals on the Underground.  It shows animals that are hidden in the maps of the London Underground.  … Continue reading

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Bush Economy not going well

The Bush campaign has been trumpeting job growth as a reason to re-elect the President.  That justification is extremely weak, with job growth numbers shrinking below the rate of population growth, and historical growth numbers revised lower [CBS MarketWatch].  Now … Continue reading

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Back from Alaska

We got back from Alaska last night, and we had a great trip.  We saw a wide variety of wildlife, many glaciers and mountains, and had great food.  Time with my parents was wonderful.  It’s definitely a trip I’d take … Continue reading

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GUI Testing and Acceptance Testing Tools

After a recent difficult release cycle, my boss has asked me to find some GUI Testing tools and Acceptance Testing tools to reduce the chances of late bugs in our next cycle.  Does anyone has any particular favorites for these … Continue reading

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On to Alaska

Tomorrow, Jenny and I head to Alaska for a two-week vacation.  We’ll get into Anchorage Saturday night and meet up with my parents on Monday.  We then spend the next week driving around Alaska, from Denali to Fairbanks to Glennallen … Continue reading

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Missouri Primary postmortem

Amendment 2 passed.  72% of the voters of Missouri passed an amendment to ban gay marriage.  I’m not surprised it passed, but I’m sad it passed, and I’m surprised by the landslide.  I figured it’d be 60-40 at the worst, … Continue reading

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White House West – by Will Ferrell

ACT has put together a hilarious parody of a George Bush ad, starring Will Ferrell.  Bush never sounded so good.

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Primary Day in Missouri

Today is primary day in Missouri.  Most of the issues were local issues, but a few have received national attention: a referendum on a gay marriage constitutional amendment, the Democratic primary for governor, and the Democratic primary for the 3rd … Continue reading

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