Archive for February, 2007

New and upcoming music **

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“Your parents will all be called…”

I’ve been quoting or paraphrasing the following goofy sentence for a long time, but I could not remember where I first heard it: “Your parents will all be called and instructed to love you less.” I was sure I didn’t make it up myself, but Google was of no help in finding the [...]

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A few old timewaster games **

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At the Portland International Film Festival **

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Adventures in VBScripting **

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Nine Inch Nails: Year Zero mythology **

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WordPress 2.1 upgrade

Today spiral::notepad was upgraded to WordPress 2.1, complete with a new custom theme I designed. I will import all of my old blog entries into this new format soon. Uh, yes, really soon.
There’s like 80 old entries to add, from June 2002 to present.
I’m going to get right on that.
In other news, today [...]

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