The key is on my desk right now! Not sure when we're gonna move in just yet but probably some time next month.
Jan 31, 2006
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Nevertheless, it would be interesting. You'd get to know people by tuning in to their communications with others and you might tag or mark certain emails as favorites, etc. It'd be like blogging, dating, message boards, and more all rolled into one without any extra effort because all you're doing is email. Wacky.
Jan 21, 2006
- Pack some mud into your hand, and squeeze out the water while forming a sphere.
- Add some dry dirt to the outside and continue to gently shape the mud into a sphere.
- When the mass dries, pack it solid with your hands, and rub the surface until a smooth film begins to appear.
- Rub your hands against the ground, patting and rubbing the fine, powdery dirt onto the sphere. Continue this for two hours.
- Seal the ball in a plastic bag for three or four hours. Upon removing the sphere, repeat step 4, and then once again seal the sphere in a plastic bag.
- Remove the ball from the bag, and if it is no longer wet, polish it with a cloth until it shines.
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Jan 16, 2006
NW: Your new iLife software has a blogging application. When will you start your own blog?Steve seems like a busy guy. He should consider starting with an easy del.icio.us bookmarklet. Speaking of bookmarklets, Safari should sport a built in blogthis functionality.
SJ: (Laughs.) After I get a few days of rest.
Jan 15, 2006
Jan 14, 2006
If all goes well between now and the closing, then we're buying this little modern house in Berkeley and moving in next month. It's cozy and nestled into the hilly part of the city but still only a few blocks from downtown so we can hit Cha-ya on a regular basis. I've been watching Bob Vila-type shows and wishing I owned a home for what seems like my whole life. Needless to say, I'm psyched!
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Jan 9, 2006
Creative takes the Apple out of Podcasts: "Podcasts, short for Personal On Demand broadCast, are audio files you can download into any MP3 player or computer. These audio files are broadcasted over the Internet automatically to subscribers of specific podcast channels."