Wednesday, June 30, 2004

Off to Michigan!

I'll be in Michigan between July 1 and July 11, to see family, celebrate my sister's birthday, and vacation. July is not the optimal month to visit Mich (heat, humidity) but I love the small town fireworks.

Monday, June 28, 2004

Countering Biblical Gay Bashers

God Hates Shrimp

Should be all you need .

Farenheit 9/11

El and I went to a midnight showing on Friday, June 25, in Berkeley. It was amazing; the line was around the block. A manager came out and explaned to us that the film was 15 minutes longer than they were told when they ordered it, so the start would be later than expected.

It's a very good film, with subjects of deep importance to all Americans, whether you are liberal or conservative or something else entirely. Please, check it out before you dismiss it; it's only a couple of hours out of your time.

Sunday, June 27, 2004

How to Refer to Technologically-Challenged People

I've been looking for a good word for this, and something like "Luddite" seems a bit harsh.

Here's the obvious one: Muggle

Thursday, June 24, 2004

I flew in a glider!

I was in Truckee over the weekend. I've seen these glider rides every time we've been through the Northstar area, and this time I gave in to temptation:

My Glider Ride

Wednesday, June 23, 2004

Plasmabat on iTunes!

CD Baby can automatically put your music on the various electronic distribution services, including Apple's iTunes Music Store. Yeah, I'm not too happy about the DRM on iTunes, but it's certainly no worse than the others.

Other services included in this service are:

Apple iTunes
Sony Connect

God told me he didn't particularly want G.W. Bush to be President

I'm Episcopalian, so I know.

The blog is back!

Hopefully I will be able to keep it up this time!

My previous blog was meant to cover the interesting things that happened to Plasmabat the music project, and also to document my personal "mental illness" problems, more or less as a public service. However, Plasmabat isn't doing anything in particular at the moment (that may change any day!) and my "mental illness" has pretty much ended since I went on my later work day (now starting at 11:00 am). I was diagnosed with "phase delay disorder" which more or less means "permanent jet lag", so now that I"m waking up later most of my "depression" symptoms are gone, so not much to write about in that area. Thank the lord.

So, I guess I'll pretty much write whatever I want to. Keep in touch. - Hugh