I used to try and write a blog entry per photo-album, but lately I’ve got lazy. So instead you get the photo-album link clearance blog entry.
Apple picking @ Hurd’s Orchard
Old Time Fiddler’s Convention in Athens, AL
Christmas @ Jen and Rob’s … [continue reading]
I often misread things … today I saw the headline
Practical Steps to Mitigate Virtualization Security Risks
I read it as
Practical Steps to Mitigate Virtual Security Risks
and I’m thinking to myself why would anyone be worried about “virtual” security risks? … [continue reading]
I just ran across this video. There is a pretty funny bit just over two minutes in, but the best part is at the end. … [continue reading]
When I was eight, Prince released 1999. This song suggested New Years Eve 1999 was going to be something for the story books. We would usher in a new century, and in the process, we would send off the previous one with a party unparalleled. I was (to quote Paul Simon) “born at the right time” — when 1999 rolled around I’d just be hitting my mid-twenties.
In the eighth grade I decided that I wanted to be an engineer. Initially, I thought chemical engineer, but after I discovered computers it quickly changed to computer engineer. … [continue reading]
Anniston – A Memorial Service for Mr. Donald Paul Holland, 72, will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, December 13, 2008, at McCoy United Methodist Church with Pastor Mary Quillin and Sandy Aids officiating.
Mr. Holland died Wednesday, December 10, 2008, at Northeast Alabama Regional Medical Center.
Mr. Holland was retired from Baptist Health Systems. He was also a member of the Elks Club, a loyal Alabama fan, and of the Methodist faith. He is preceded in death by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Holland; his sister, Rose White; a brother, Daniel Holland; and a stepdaughter, Angela M. … [continue reading]