Donated to WNYC. Feeling less guilty now and am looking forward to the Bittman book, too: http://tinyurl.com/7dsosc

Oranges with Olives

I made this: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/25/dining/25mini.html last night for something to snack on while I made dinner. It was amazing. Highly recommended. I chilled the orange slices while I cut/pitted/ crushed the olives (which were at room temp) the temperature contrast, along with the sweet/salt contrast is awesome.

Quicksilver has stopped working for me over the past few days giving me an excuse to try LaunchBar (which is up to version 5.0 now)

In Newark representing open software and neighborhood technology in NJ DoT’s discussions on car sharing programs.

Chef Colicchio and Feeding the Kids

I read Tom Colicchio’s think like a chef a few years ago. I thought it was a great book and it really helped me understand some fundamental techniques. I don’t recognize too many chefs’ names so when I saw his in this piece: http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/02/19/even-top-chefs-have-picky-kids/ I was excited to see what he had to say about […]

from my journal this AM

from my journal this AM [at Nav’s request/suggestion, I’m putting this up on the WBB. Usually this stuff is reserved for my journal and correspondence with The Nav-man but I agree that it may provide some good late-winter…

SnapTell for iPhone

SnapTell for iPhone I’ve mentioned to most people that I use the camera on my phone to take pictures of books that I come across so that I can add them to my inter-library loan queue at the library. It’s not that often…

The results of my request for suggestions on sharing a PDF via the web for my neighborhood newsletter: http://tinyurl.com/aem4qw

sharing a PDF via the web

Yesterday I posted a request on Twitter:  Looking for suggestions on a (free) web based file sharing site so I can share a link to a pdf file with a few hundred people. Since Twitter also posts to my Facebook page, I received a bunch of suggestions via twitter, email and FB so I figured […]

Looking for suggestions on a (free) web based file sharing site so I can share a link to a pdf file with a few hundred people.