I have had a Cuisinart Grind-and-Brew (pictured) since the mid 90’s. It has served me well, but I fear that like my recently dead carpet steamer from that same era, it is on its last legs. Recently, I arrive to set it up to find it is “off” even though it is plugged in and … Continue reading Grind-N-Brew Suggestions?
Does anyone have experience with Remember The Milk? Does it work well for you? What do you like/dislike about it? How do you integrate it into your day-to-day life? I really like Evernote and its online/offline/desktop/web/iPhone integration. I really like my 3×5 cards, but find that certain tasks don’t work too well with them (e.g. … Continue reading Don’t forget the milk
Do any of you folks use Evernote? What do you use it for? How do you, specifically, use it in your life? And have any of you Evernote users also used Yojimbo at some point in the past? How do they compare? I’m using Yojimbo for all of my little notes (project ideas, notes to … Continue reading Evernote?
Nevermind. I found on my own that Transmission plus Clutch should do exactly what I need. I’ve been using Azureus as my bittorrent client of choice for years. It’s true that in the past year or so was bundled with some crazy, crappy, bloat-ware interface full of advertising and stuff. BUT! There was always an … Continue reading Azureus replacement?
How come there have been a ton of articles on Digg throughout the day that are all “ZOMG! Congress is preparing to impeach Bush!!!!1!” yet the NPR site still has nothing about it? Is this “impeachment” hearing/proposal/whatever really of any substance? Posted in:
Dear LazyWeb, Do any of you fine Mac folks know how to get the Command-Left-Arrow and Command-Right-Arrow keyboard shortcuts working when editing a message in Gmail? In every other application, and in fact in every other website under Firefox, they do the regular system “beginning of line” and “end of line” positioning. For some reason, … Continue reading Gmail & Firefox & the Mac keyboard?
Based on feedback, both online and off, I think I am going to go with a Flickr Pro account for my photo hosting. The Aperture integration is beautiful and the functionality is great. I’ll miss being able to pull up stats and the ability to mess with people who hot-link pictures from MySpace. I’m waiting … Continue reading Photos, Themes, & Cool Cats
Currently, I keep all of my photos in Aperture. I then use a plugin to sync from there to my own photo site, running the Gallery PHP application. I also use the Flickr export plugin to sync to Flickr. This setup is getting increasingly problematic. The Gallery installation and integration is starting to fall apart. … Continue reading Flickr?
Pictures! This is my entry in the ColorWars reverse-caption contest: It was warm and sunny this afternoon. Everyone was enjoying it. It’s amazing what a little work and less than $20 worth of supplies from the hardware store can do to get you more organized. This is my “network closet” (you can’t really see the … Continue reading Pictures, Invites, and Question
The Oregon primary ballots are due soon. “Soon?” Yes, for those unfamiliar with our system up here, everything is done by mail or by drop-off. There’s no polling place and polling date, just a mail-in deadline. I think the government might think that the November weather might be too cold, wet, and dreary for people … Continue reading Political Feature Matrix