Monthly Archives: March 2007

The Client is in The Details

I wandered through the local Blockbuster video store last Saturday afternoon, hoping to find a movie that would satisfy the necessary criteria: Not too violent for my wife Linda; not too mature (if you know what I mean) for my 14 year-old son Evan; not too scary for me. Around our house, and now that Evan’s old enough to be part of the Saturday night home video mix, choosing a movie that works for everyone requires the kind of light […] Click to read more…

 

Shout Softly to Gain Attention

It’s been pretty cold around here lately; the kind of bone-chilling weather where you run from your house to the car and back again as quickly as possible. Last Saturday, however, there was a momentary reprieve, as the thermometer reached up into the low 50s (that’s about 900 foot-pounds-per-fathom, for those of you on the Imperial system). Knowing from experience that this wouldn’t last long, my neighbors and I took to poking around our respective backyards like bears awoken from […] Click to read more…