Monthly Archives: March 2008

Three Blogging Utilities Settled In

LiveJournal Tags: RSS Grazing In the past three weeks or so I have tested and then incorporated into my blogging/twitter routine three programs that reside either on the side, in the tool bar or in the background.  Each, in  a … Continue reading

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Saturday Sweep

It is a goal for this evening to sweep the Read-it-Later folder of all its content and share those pages worth review with you. We got a kindle for the winter holiday.  It took 70 days after receiving the gift … Continue reading

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Ton of Stuff in my Read-It-Later

Over the past few days I haven’t been posting too many links.  This doesn’t mean I haven’t been saving them.  They are sitting in my Read-It-Later link on the Firefox tool bar.  Now is the time to scan through them … Continue reading

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Night Time Graze, finally

While putting together this nightly, somewhat, grade, I am listening on lone to Stephen Fry’s Podcast.  The point he is trying to make is a verification of the River Phoenix line regarding classical music. "You can’t dance to Beethoven." Mentioned … Continue reading

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23 Hour Graze.

Why do they have to steal the hour from the Weekend!!??  The law should be changed to take the hour off of Wednesday and, with the next change, add one hour to the weekend. Think of how happy that would … Continue reading

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Sundown Graze

If you are a fan of Cali Lewis, her Flickr page may be of some interest.  If you aren’t a fan, on what planet do you reside?? I just went through 55 Boing-Boing  RSS feeds and found nothing worth linking … Continue reading

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March Night Graze

I thought I would listen to the latest net and night with Amber MacArthur and Leo Laporte.  I expected geek talk.  Amber mentioned a YouTube video with Jimmy Kimmel and Ben Afflect declaring their love for each other. It is … Continue reading

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