This is good to know… CNN.com – Mad market for used fuel-sippers – May 18, 2006: <quote> In the case of the Prius, the car is nearly impossible to find on dealer’s new car lots. Customers generally have to wait months to get one. And in some ways, a used Prius offers a better value, said James Bell, publisher of IntelliChoice and a Prius owner. Shoppers trolling lists of used Priuses on Web sites like […]
I guess the writing was on the wall. I’m about to embark on a pretty exciting career change. discovered by Lauren’s dad in Valencia County, New Mexico I will be fair and just, but I will also stand resolute and firm. Thank you for your support.
Late last year, I inherited a baby iguana from my brother’s friend. His name is Iggy… I don’t particularly like that name, but I wouldn’t want to change it lest I confuse his reptilian brain. He has officially outgrown his crib. His tail gets curled up when he tries to turn around. I’m on a mission to build him a more humane place to live that will let him stretch his dewlap. Project: Iguana Habitat […]
I rattle on, often, about this idea I have that you can build a framework of support around creative endeavors for the sole purpose of encouraging prolific productivity. The infrastructure provides help for a creative thinker to make progress. She will collect observations, ask questions about those things she notices, investigate answers, and then form a result. So there are four categories of activities she will pursue: observe (generates notes) wonder (generates questions) tinker (generates […]
I hesitated to use ecto because it never really worked well with Drupal. I’m liking it for typo. <strike>However, it doesn’t do the “freetagging” stuff very well. It’s notion of tags are technorati tags, which don’t work well for me here. But I’ll see what I can’t hack up. Specifically, there needs to be a way to convert ecto’s technorati tags mechanism into article “keywords” as implemented in typo.</strike> …otherwise, I’d need to log in […]