Archives / 2006 / December

Sleigh Bells and Shaking, Continued

Well, this has certainly been an interesting holiday. Another 3.7 magnitude earthquake struck again tonight, in about the same location as two nights ago. This one seemed to last a shorter amount of time, but it shook things around a bit more. All in all, minor, yet Mother Nature sure can make [...]

Sleigh Bells and Shaking

Apparently there is a major snowstorm in Colorado which has caused Denver International to close. According to, as many as 3,000 people are stranded at the airport. The latest flight delay information from the FAA states that it is not known when DIA will reopen. As luck would have it, I’m scheduled [...]


I’ve added Twitter to my website!
Twitter is a nice little service for posting short updates about what you are doing. You can send messages in by txting from a mobile phone, instant messaging from AIM or Google Talk, or posting on the web. Groups of friends can keep in touch by receiving notifications [...]

Cisco C-Scape 2006

This past Tuesday and Wednesday, Cisco held their C-Scape conference. Cisco recently unveiled their slogan “The Human Network,” along with a new logo and a massive marketing campaign. The conference was used to further promote this vision and outline the company’s future direction.
The keynote was given, naturally, by Cisco CEO John Chambers. [...]

Haley Bonar at The Hotel Utah Saloon

Last night I had the pleasure of listening to Haley Bonar play at The Hotel Utah Saloon. I first saw her play live at the Turf Club, back in St. Paul, MN. I find her music to be both haunting and beautiful, so I was glad to have the opportunity to [...]