For those who don't know, my part-time job is "staff writer" for the Western Courier, the school newspaper. I don't like sports, but I got hired as a sports writer. Go »
Round XXXIX Concludes (Goo)
Apparently the latest goos have turned out even harder than I thought they would be. The last seven days look to have been brutal, based on the number of correct guesses so far. Go »
Plus Ã§a change...
When I first saw the poster for The Change-Up, it sounded like a reasonable idea for a movie: Bachelor and new daddy discuss each others' lives and think the grass is greener on the other side, then agree to trade places for a while, then learn something Go »
With Clarity and Conviction
I don't know if I'll have time to comment on the other discussions tonight ... I just now got home from work :-( ... Go »
Grading Your Life
David Brooks recently had a good idea for a column: Asking seniors to reflect upon various parts of their lives and send him their thoughts for publication at Thanksgiving. The whole column is good, but I'm intrigued by the idea at the top, of offering yo Go »
The Great Site Outage of 2007
I've put up with a lot of crap from my web host of seven years, but this is the last straw. The site went down at 7pm on Tuesday, and my passwords (ftp, email, cpanel) stopped working. Go »
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