My favorite author of all time, Katharine Kerr, has put out her the first of three new books that follow the Deverry storyline.
On a recent trip to Universal's Islands of Adventure, I comented about the empty train rails hovering dustily above Seuss Landing. A supposed train ride through the island that never officially opened. I was eating crow about a minute later when we saw and empty car speed past. It wasn't until today, two weeks later, that I got the official scoop.
I completed a new project last week, it took me 2 days (about 12 hours of work) to get it to a point where the client was in full approval of it. Check it out.
Graphics, rollovers, layout, some Photoshopping. I have a new client in the Regulatory Compliance Association and also Turbo Compliance.
Notable noise is a very quick-and-dirty listing of a bunch of things, normally what local musicians are up to. The column is penned by Jason Ferguson, and although we were not informed we would be appearing in the paper, I am OVERJOYED at the mention! I was wondering why the newest show had more listeners than the oldest show. Now I know.
Check out the mention:
Taken from Notable Noise on 4/20:
Reportedly, some residents are experiencing weak signals and inconsistent connectivity, but the article states that "...there were only 842 help-line calls out of more than 50,000 user sessions in the first 45 days of service." The help line and much of the construction and maintenance of the service was contracted to Hewlett-Packard.
I saw this re-posted at Kottke.com:
Glenn Reynolds makes an interesting analogy about journalism and beer making in his new book: