Monday, 14 March 2022

The Earth is Not Flat


Taken in-flight from Puerto Rico, over Grand Turk Island. Salt Cay beyond. Part of the Turks and Caicos Island chain.

Posted at 4:11 PM in bad cell

Wednesday, 19 January 2022

Moon over Potomac

Posted at 9:40 AM in bad cell

Saturday, 15 January 2022

All the damn vampires


Posted at 3:34 PM in bad cell

Saturday, 8 January 2022

Critical Hit!

Booze. Baller ice shaped like a d20? 🥃Ja, bitte!


Posted at 5:36 PM in bad cell

Friday, 7 January 2022

Duolingo Deutsch Übung

A historic year. Another day of the streak.


Posted at 10:11 PM in bad cell

Tuesday, 28 December 2021

Red Dragon


Posted at 8:42 AM in bad cell

Monday, 27 December 2021

Nerd recursion

Sent from my iPhone


Posted at 9:30 PM in bad cell

Sunday, 20 July 2008

14 550 2359

How many straight days at work, new partner accounts x 1000, and the time I need to be at work tonight to support a new release.

Trying to rest before going in. Tonight and tomorrow will truly carry the meaning of "ACD."

Sent from my iPhone 3G

Posted at 12:37 PM in bad cell

Friday, 11 July 2008

iPhone? Take a number: 50


Posted at 7:50 AM in bad cell

Sunday, 6 July 2008

Lost in translation?


Posted at 8:16 PM in bad cell

Sunday, 22 June 2008

Shown actual size!


Posted at 4:48 PM in bad cell

Monday, 19 May 2008

No roof


Posted at 9:02 AM in bad cell

Wednesday, 7 May 2008

Roof collapse, part 2

I have to figure out how to both clobber the default text my service provider stuffs in an emailed photo, and how to add something of a post to the same.

Until then, let me explain, no, there is too much, let me sum up.

The subject below is that of an auxiliary building to a long since gone Wilmington, DE train station. Today, while I was instructing a coworker on the madness of Interwoven XML, everyone heard a thump outside. I dismissed it as a loader filling a dump truck (there is a lot of construction around us). The "ewwws" and "ahhhs" told a different story.

I stood up to look out the panoramic glass, with nearly everyone on the floor, to a see cloud of dust drifting across the street.

It cleared quickly to reveal that a good quarter of the façade of the historical building imploded or in the street below. I was immediately worried that workers inside (I had seen a number of them in the morning) had been trapped. The lack of urgency of two of them in hard hats told me that no one was harmed.

Then I worried for the 911 operators being flooded by phone calls from everyone calling 911.

Then I went back to work.

Posted by caffeinated at 9:31 PM in bad cell

Roof collapse


Posted at 5:57 PM in bad cell

Tuesday, 15 April 2008



Posted at 9:19 PM in bad cell