Monthly Archives: June 2009

SquareSpace online editor & Firefox RC3

Image by sgtret via Flickr We’ve discovered the cause of the problem we were having with SquareSpace online blog creator and manager and Firefox RC3.  It was the LastPass add-on the Firefox.  I inadvertently, meaning clumsily clicked through a pop-up … Continue reading

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Happy Father’s Day!

Image by sgtret via Flickr To all the fellow fathers out there, think not of today as your day.  It is the day for your children, your family, to show their love for you by doing things they feel you … Continue reading

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Got to the end of the internet!

Image by sgtret via Flickr There was a cartoon back in the nineties of a man sitting at a PC staring at the screen with a look of incredulity. The message on the screen says, “You have reached the end … Continue reading

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Union Reject Concessions

Image via Wikipedia When I was a kid growing up in Manhattan, the news stands were covered with newspapers, not magazines. There was the morning Daily News, Mirror and Times In the afternoon the Journal American, the … NOTE: Cross … Continue reading

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Just a Chat in the Corner

We’ve been trying to define each of the Famous Grazing blogs, to have a separate identity or purpose for each one. Belltowernews.com has its place as the anchor blog.  We gave Grazing Press= a place to discuss news.  Other Grazing … Continue reading

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Not Commenting on the Gilmore Girls

I will admit it was my intention this morning to join the mob and comment on the brouhaha about the exchange recently on the Gilmore Gang.  But  apologies from both combatants have been issued. The matter should now be dropped. … Continue reading

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Clouds All Over the Place.

Note: Cross posted from SquareSpace. Permalink The latest cloud that has come up in the web chatter can be found at Oursignal.com –  It grabs it’s links from a combination of the aggregate  feeds generated by Digg, Reddit, Del.icio.us, hackernews … Continue reading

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