Saturday October 13, 2007

Weekly Wrap-up 2007_41

It rained again, this week. First on Tuesday, all through the night. Then again for most of Friday. It really came down on Friday. It's difficult for me to work when it's raining. I'd rather be curled up with a cat or four.


I've been poking around the web, looking at Twitter tools. I found an RSS feeder (twitterfeed) so I can automatically feed my weblog headlines to Twitter.


I've been reading about Lifestreaming.

What is a Lifestream? In its simplest form it’s a chronological aggregated view of your life activities both online and offline. It is only limited by the content and sources that you use to define it. ... Most people that create them choose a few sources based on sites that track our activities such as Del.icio.us (bookmarking), Last.fm (Music we listen to), Flickr (photos we take) etc…


I discovered .http://www.lolcatbible.com/ this week. It's um... weird. :-) And funny (if you like this sort of thing, which I do.)


Quoted, in a random e-list at Work (apparently from the TV show Life on NBC):

"It is the Universe that is laughing at us."
"So why is the universe laughing at us?"
"Perhaps it's insecure."


This week I read Managing Humans: Biting and Humorous Tales of a Software Manager", by Michael Lopp (an excellent book I recommend highly). I also read Affair, a Regency romance mystery by Amanda Quick, and Crime Seen, a "Psychic Eye" mystery by Victoria Laurie.

We watched Bell, Book, and Candle on DVD. I do so like Jimmy Stewart, although I've always been a bit unhappy with the ending of this movie.


In between and around the rest, I've had nearly enough naps and oodles of snuggles with the cats. There have been good meals and interesting conversations with Spouse and friends. I've chatted with my sister and found topics to twitter.


Onward and Upward.

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