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- Go Ravens?
- Getting Ready to go West...
- The End is Nigh!
- RTM + Gmail = task management goodness
- Still Smiling?
- Paging Dr. Drew...
- We *heart* The Weg!
- My New Elephriend
- Walkin' in a Winter Wonderland
- Lost Season 4 Trailer
- VZ on GM
- There's always money in the banana stand.
- Aqua Teen Cookie Force returns!
- We got our Hanukkah Ham, did you?!
- Still Holiday Shopping?
- Keeping it in the Bravo Family
- There's Jen, she's in the French hat...
- On the 1st night of Hanukkah, my mother gave to me...
- Put on your Yarmulke...
- Poll: Mitt Romney Is Candidate Most Voters Want To...
- There's like a judge and everything... and jury pe...
- Holiday Shopping
- Pink is the new Black
- Gobble Till Ya Wobble!
- It's that time of year again...
- I can has Cheezburger?
- Happy Anniversary Italy!
- Dan Lane: our new mission
- What Does Your Drink Say About You?
- awww the two of you have the same priorities :-P
- Oh Vajayjay
- M&T Bank Stadium Ranks High!
- Oh no she didn't...
- First Hobos... then Mole Men
- Ha these LOLCats get me every time
- The 2K Sports B-Ball Zombie Tour
- Breaking News: Explosion, Fire Rock Domino Sugar P...
- How many credits is WINE 101 worth?
- ▼ December (19)
Exam is complete. One more semester left on the MSSE!
Posted by : Matthew Targarona on
Friday, December 21, 2007
My two favorite web apps just formed an unholy union. RTM + Gmail Firefox Extension. It's really the best thing I've seen in a long time. Remember The Milk rocks and the Gmail integration just works. It's full featured and is visible, unlike the RTM Google Calendar. If you're a RTM user it's a must have... and if you haven't checked out RTM isn't it about time?
Matt and I have way too much fun @ Wegmans!
(Matt's head is right below my office building)
Check out this cute elephant that Jenni knitted me!
So Google Map's street view was just released for Dallas, TX. Not only does it cover the street past the VZ building where I go for meetings on occasion, it actually goes up the driveway. This is freaky.
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Last weekend we had a fun-filled visit from the lovely Miss Jen Epting.
We visited Hampden HON...
And Fells Point...
We documented all of our adventures in photo form.
Hi there WTKA readers! I thought with Hanukkah a week away and Christmas not too far after that, i might offer up some shopping tips and help you stay away from the mall.
For the Bloomies fanatic...
For the friend you kvetch to all year long...
For YOUR security blanket...
For the new baby...
If you think like Matt...
If you think like Mer...
For the Bawlmer enthusiast...
If your wine glasses don't quite make it out of the dishwasher alive...
For the person who wants to get organized...
For someone who just can't kick the habit...
For the kid in all of us...
This weekend marks the 1 year anniversary of Tom & Katie, which is also the 1 year anniversary of our Italian Vacay!
I was telling Aisha, who is new in my office, about how I scouted for celebs @ The Spanish Steps...
Me: (Reading USweekly @ lunch) Oh today is Tom & Katie's anniversary! I was in Italy during their wedding and I did not see anyone famous :-(
Aisha: Oh, I thought you were talking about real people...
The New York Times Style section published a feature on the rise of the term "vajayjay" to describe female genitalia. "The reason that vajayjay has caught on, I think, is because there is a black--Southern especially--naming tradition, which is to have names like Ray Ray and Boo Boo and things like that, "said John H. McWhorter, a linguist at the Manhattan Institute. "It sounds warm and familiar and it almost makes the vagina feel like a little cartoon character with eyes that walks around."
- Harper's Weekly, 11/6/2007
John Hodgman at work, Chateau Marmont, Hollywood CA.
Originally uploaded by xeni.
I can't wait for the next JH reading tour -- hopefully w/ Jonathan Coulton again.
Posted by : Matthew Targarona on
Friday, November 02, 2007
Windows of the Domino Sugar plant were blown out, and employees in office buildings 500 yards away tell WBAL News their buildings shook from the force of the explosion.
Forget pencils, books and teachers' dirty looks, wine classes provide booze, snacks and smiling, knowledgeable enablers. Schooling drunks in just the sort of lessons they enjoy, local bars and liquor stores pour higher learning by the glass, arming students with the means to matriculate beyond the remedial world of White Zin.