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Category: life

01/12/06 11:22 - 43ºF - ID#24469

2006 Resolutions

Here are my 2006 New Years Resolutions

1. Do 30 minutes of cardio instead of 20 minutes at the gym.

2. Sit ups and crunches every other day.

3. Only one cup of caffeinated tea in the morning. Decaf the rest of the day.

4. Make 2007 New Year's resolutions on the New Year and not 2 weeks later.
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Category: estrip

01/11/06 10:13 - 38ºF - ID#24468

Update on Documentation

Things are moving along. We've mostly got an outline of what to cover.

If you'd like to help, please look at Documentation Outline (password is 'estrip')

And let me know if I'm missing anything. You don't have to write anything, just point me in the right direction if I've gone astray. I'm not too worried about writing every little step down, but if you see a feature or big thing that I missed please let me know.

For a more involved role, please email me at

web ~at~

And I'll add you to the documentation program.

Thanks for the help so far Uncut and Paul
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Category: estrip

01/11/06 02:31 - 58ºF - ID#24467

E:Strip Guide

Go to:

EStrip Guide on Writeboard

Feel free to log in and check it out. The password is 'estrip'. Without the quotes of course. I've set up an outline of what I think needs to be in it, but of course it's bound to be missing some stuff.

I'll work on this some more tonight, but I wanted to start the ball rolling. I will be taking screen captures to illustrate the various functions. Mainly what I need is to be sure that I've got everything I need to document listed on the outline.

Want to help?


One: Add to the outline itself, or add a comment at the bottom. You can also leave a comment for me here. Do keep in mind, it is just an outline so far. So don't be too harsh on me for the sparse page. Remember it is just an outline, so no need to get too detailed. Think more along the lines of 'What can be done?' and not 'How do I do it?'


Email me at
web ~at~
And I'll add you to the list to access the ongoing documentation effort.
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Category: photos

01/09/06 10:53 - 35ºF - ID#24466

Karl Rove Sighting!

[size=l]BREAKING NEWS[/size]


[size=m]Karl Rove in Buffalo![/size]
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Category: sad state of affairs

01/09/06 07:13 - 36ºF - ID#24465

Never Speak of it Again.

Please for the love of God, never say:

What's the happs?

When you should say:

What's happening?


Currently if you search for "What's the happs?" on (GOOGLE - "What's the happs"), you only get 400 pages. 100 of which are on MySpace. I'm betting it will be in the millions in six months.

If I catch anyone around here saying it, you will be first against the wall.


Seriously, and just to reinforce: of the pages that contain this phrase, 9000 pages spell what's as whats, and only 400 spell it as what's. Don't make me hurt you. I'm itching... it seems suddenly there aren't enough dead trendy people in the world.


I blame Rupert Murdoch of News Corp. Think about it. That man owns the two worst cesspools on the planet: Bill O'Reilly and MySpace. I would say it's hurting the children, but to be honest I don't care about children. It is hurting me, though. That I'm sure of, and I'm offering up the proof on this very page.

What kind of world am I living in that I am forced to deal with this? I think this proves that I'm not solipsistic, because were that the case I would make these facts flee from my mind in terror, instead of the reverse.

(Paul has informed me that I am exempt from the site Terms of Services and can threaten any and all with death. FYI.)


This is my enforcer.


This is the man who will show up at your door if you displease me. His name is Mike... and sure, he looks friendly, but it's a clever ruse. He knows karate and is not afraid to use it, so mind your 'what's' and 'happenings'.
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Category: happy

01/07/06 07:32 - 29ºF - ID#24464

They actually are the biz.

Benny Benassi & the Biz.

That is all.
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Category: buffalo

01/06/06 06:37 - 22ºF - ID#24463


[size=l]Photo meetup[/size]

[size=m]Spot (Delaware/Chippewa)
January 14th, 2006 at 2pm.[/size]

Organized by the Buffalo Group on Flickr.

We're expecting a dozen or so people, maybe more, and previous meetups have been lots of fun. Contact me if you have any questions...

buffaloflickrgroup [at]

Also, I'll promote (e:strip) to everyone who comes, so maybe there'll be some new faces around here, too.
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Category: mom

01/05/06 02:18 - 36ºF - ID#24462

Toodles is in Love


Read all about it.

Go get her!

Toodles was my mom's bunny. My dad gave him to the animal sanctuary where my dad works so that the bunny would have more company.

Nice to see he's getting along OK :)
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Category: happy

01/04/06 06:04 - 42ºF - ID#24461

Sweet Tooth


One is happy, the other sad:
Eat them both and you'll be glad!


Seriously, these are my favorite cookies in all the world.

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Category: i am a big dork

01/03/06 11:26 - 36ºF - ID#24460


I'm in the middle of setting up my new work toy. A digital video recorder that can handle 6 to 8 channels of recorded video at a time, in one box. And I'm setting up a matching terabyte-plus raid storage box.

Very, very much fun.

It's super ironic too... I don't even have TV at home, but at work I watch it or deal with nothing but television all day. Sometimes I tell people that I haven't watched TV in a year, and then I have to remember that I spent 6 hours watching it at work that very day. It's very bizarre.
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New Site Wide Comments

mike said to grandma
I'm so glad you made it safely!...

mike said to grandma
I'm so glad you made it safely!...

joe said to grandma
OMG welcome!...

joe said to mike
New years resolution to top (e:strip)?...