The 30 thing hits you in the most unexpected ways. As Unny pointed out, you feel like you should be a legitimate adult now. After all, I’m now equally close to being 40 as I am to 20. And other people who are 30 are CEOs.. or have 7 kids. I questioned the continued importance [...]
Today’s NYTimes article was totally worth being 1 of my 20 - David Pogue giving us 4 simple tips on how to greatly conserve iPhone batteries. Mine barely makes it through the day anymore. So I decided to summarize 3 of the 4 tips (the last includes multitasking and I don’t have that on my phone so [...]
My brother said I have to include the Sweater too. I actually only ever knew the French (the original version) of it from the French school. But I couldn’t find the French version online, so here’s the English!
I’ve neglected my blogging duties as I’ve been sick and stressing out over my impending move. But last night I was reminded of the Log Driver’s Waltz when I was out with friends. A Canadian classic. So in honour of the May 2-4 weekend I present to you the Log Driver’s Waltz. (It eventually breaks [...]
Libby and I did a 4 mile run this past weekend to raise money for AIDS (well against AIDS). We were the most amazing runners ever! First, this was only the 2nd or 3rd time I have ever run over 3.2 miles. So that was great. Second, even at the 3.2 miles I’ve never beaten [...]
This is a really cute story. A few months ago, this woman blogger, a lesbian mother of a son with a heart condition, wrote a letter to a neighbor who had a “Yes on Prop 8″ sign on her lawn explaining why this sign was very hurtful to her, her partner, and their son. OK [...]
In case you haven’t been following along, right now the pro-Prop 8 guys have filed a motion to vacate Judge Walker’s ruling because he is in a long-term gay relationship. Not because he’s gay, but specifically because he’s been in a long-term gay relationship. From an explanatory article: The Prop 8 Proponents wish to emphasize [...]
The Canadian elections were last night and they were emotional. Here’s a summary of the important results: Stephen Harper/The Conservatives won with a majority The NDP gained 67 seats (to 103) over what they had before, and the Liberals lost 43 seats (to 34) The Liberal leader, Ignatieff, did not get voted in in his own riding. [...]
Here’s what I learned today from my NY Times RSS feed: “About a third of leprosy cases each year in the United States are a result of contact with infected armadillos.” Maybe by posting these, people who read the article will followup with any relevant details I could be missing!