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Thursday, November 14, 2002
The Morning After +1

What wonderful birthday greetings! One was addressed to Coyote himself. "Thank you for all your kindness, care and craziness. Howl on." Signed by some miraculous...

Via AKMA Margaret suggested that AWOL bloggers might rationalize their absence by saying: "Please just pretend I'm Chris Locke and don't try to understand me."

Tom Matrullo wrote: "The thing is, it's wonderful. You know? As soon as the mists clear, the cells fall away, the ice floes break, the forests return, the guns fall silent, the glass darkly shatters into a knitting basket of stereoptical suns, we should endeavor to "catch up" - or even sooner. It's about time, don't you think?"

And many happy click-on-this-URL's. Oh my. Now I'm getting spam from every e-card scam on the net. How can I ever thank you?
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But the morning actually began with Fed-X bringing me a present (really) from Macromedia. Lookee what I got. Whee! Of course, I spent half the day trying to hack out this simple post in Dreamweaver with the new almost-but-not-quite Homesite interface option, before reverting to Homesite, which has the exact Homesite interface for christ sake. I'll get the hang of it eventually I guess. And anyway, I was mostly after Flash so I could say in all honesty: baby, suck my bandwidth.

Speaking of which, Gary Turner, whose blog is one year old today (huzzah!), decided that the perfect gift for RageBoy was a Kalishnikov with built-in MP3 player (pictured). I ask you, what kind of search pulls up something like that? The man's more deranged than I am.

Then I came home from the psychiatrist's office to find that my phone had been turned off. I wish I'd asked him about that. But as it hadn't happened yet, he likely would have thought the worst. At any rate, it took me a while to get back online and find these...

George Sessum somehow dug up a picture of Rageboy as a baby. Too weird. And Jeneane Seessum went whole hog with this moving tribute. She even started a new team blog "in your honor" -- humans first. Now I'll have a whole pack of rabid Earth Firsters breaking down my door, and in Boulder, that could be a real problem. Anyway, thanks to all for all your magnificent, zany and heartfelt best wishes for my combination 55th birthday and 19th (at least) nervous breakdown. There was more art and links and letters that I'm forgetting about here at 3am, for which egregious omissions I hope their kind senders will forgive an aging blogger in his final dotage.

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28 October 2004

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Until a minute ago, I had no photos. I still have no photos to speak of. I don't even have a camera. But all these people were linking to "my photos." It was embarassing. It's still embarassing. But I'm used to that.

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