September 27, 2006 By: erik Category: News 678 views
|Okay, I finally got tired of the way I was doing my blog. As a web developer, it irked me beyond belief that I couldn’t control the actual html code that was being output for my entries. I’ve moved to WordPress, recommended to me by my colleague Alan. He’s using it on his blog. My [...]|
Whitby Harbour, UK
Four year olds are pure id.
“Daddy, after I finish this dessert, I want another bowl filled to the top with nothing but [whipped] cream. Okay?”
Convinced my daughter to watch Star Wars with me by promising that it had a princess.
George Catlin, Prairie Meadows Burning, 1832
From the Smithsonian American Art Museum:
George Catlin painted ominous, swirling clouds of black smoke that loom out of the distance and drive the Indians before them. The artist was an eyewitness to such terrifying events, and described the fire’s “thunder rumbling as it goes.” But he also wrote that prairie fires made for “some of the most beautiful scenes that are to be witnessed in this country, and also some of the most sublime.”