Monthly Archive: July 2005

Liftoff

Liftoff

Hard to believe it’s been more than two years since we last launched a shuttle into space. But after a few aborted attempts, STS-114 made it into orbit today. Let’s hope this team returns safely to Mother Earth.

Wow

Wow

It was several months ago that Google unveiled its Google Maps beta incorporating the satellite imagery it apparently acquired with Keyhole. For most major cities, it was pretty snazzy. You could see individual homes, cars, and trees. But for most of Honolulu, you could only zoom so far and get...

Zounds! Zzblog!

Zounds! Zzblog!

Man, why am I always the last to find out about this stuff? Former Star-Bulletin webmaster and unparalleled local Mac guru Blaine Fergerstrom has finally, finally launched his own blog. Thanks, Ian, for outing him. Fitting, perhaps, that I discover it only after returning to the Mac fold. Ah, bliss!

Link

Link

Woke up to news of terror attacks in London. My brother is in London. First trip abroad, a total lark that he ended up there at all, let alone today. I don’t know London, but it doesn’t look like he’d have been near the places affected… Check your e-mail, Todd!...

Marie Chantal

Marie Chantal

O, woe, my wife loves this site more than she loves me! Alack, alack, ’tis my fate, having past thwarted another lover with the black magic of firewall filters. Proud, tho, canst I be, for she knoweth most of all mortals how goeth the lives and loves of the pretty...