Archive for March, 2008

April 2008 Mix

Friday, March 28th, 2008

Since I’ve been absent for so long I thought I’d post a nice surprise for those of you who still subscribe; an April mix. Blah blah yes I know about Muxtaping, but you can only make one 12 song mix. Album artwork is included in the download, enjoy. Shout Out Louds – South America Au […]

Cleveland Geeks: Tonight at Bier Markt

Saturday, March 15th, 2008

Due to last week’s blizzard the CWSA’s first purely social event had to be postponed and is rescheduled for today. A note to all you foodies, Bier Markt/Bar Cento chef Jonathan Sawyer will be appearing on Iron Chef America tomorrow night on Michael Symon’s team. If you’d like to have the best burger in town, […]

Action Movie Bonanza

Wednesday, March 12th, 2008

After watching Alien Saturday afternoon Alana and I decided 80s and early 90s action classics are sorely missing from our DVD library. We decided to brave The Exchange last night (and I do mean brave, the last few times we were there employees had to oust rowdy/violent clientele) and see what we could find. We […]

This Saturday: Calling all Northeast Ohio Geeks

Friday, March 7th, 2008

This Saturday, March 7th the CWSA would like to present: The First Semi-Annual Convocation of the Benevolent & Protective Order of Markup Are you interested in CSS? Want to geek out? This is an opportunity to meet and socialize with the Cleveland Web Standards Association, as well as drink beer and eat some of the […]

Friday, March 7th, 2008

Chicago may ban small plastic bags because they are often used for drugs. I wonder what implications this will have for businesses selling body jewelry. Illinois has always been notoriously unsympathetic to the body mod industry, only recently taking the legal tattoo age down from 21 to 18. According to the article: …one reasonably should […]

Wednesday, March 5th, 2008

Microsoft has released a beta of Internet Explorer 8.0 Internet Explorer 8.0 is a shift from previous versions in that it focuses heavily on complying with Web standards. Isn’t that what they said last time? Support for HTML5 but not XHTML2- sounds like they just forced the industry’s hand.

Some Sketches

Monday, March 3rd, 2008

I was in Agile training for two days last week while simultaneously kicking caffeine. Suffice to say I was desperate for something to keep myself awake, and some semblance of focused. So I started doodling. Some of the doodles are actual notes (see “pearprogramming”) most are random.