Category: family

  • The Cretins

    My brother’s motorcycle club, The Cretins, recently had an article published about them in the Seattle PI. They even quoted him. I didn’t realize he was the president of the club. The rumor goes that he missed a meeting, and wasn’t there to defend himself.

  • An update

    I don’t really have anything really exciting to report, so y’all get to listen to me blather. And after all, that’s what blogs are for anyway, right? Zelda is turning 11 months old this month. This is still my favorite picture: I have been dishonorably discharged from Amazon. It seems that I am incompetent. It […]

  • RIP (Mary) Norma Coggin Adams

    (Sourced from http://www.remickgendron.com/, with corrections) Norma Coggin Adams HAMPTON — Norma Coggin Adams, 79, of 26 Dearborn Ave., died Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2008, in Exeter Hospital. She was born Nov. 29, 1928, in Lynn, Mass., the daughter of the late John and Esther (Stolpe) Coggin. She was a 1946 graduate of Lynn English High School. […]

  • RIP Miles Dudley Adams

    [ Originally published on: Thursday, January 03, 2008 in the Daily Hampshire Gazette ] NORTHAMPTON – Miles Dudley Adams, 18, died Dec. 30 at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield from injuries incurred after being struck by a motor vehicle on Interstate 91. Born in Northampton on March 20, 1989, Miles lived the first seven years […]

  • Man, that sucks

    I’ve dropped from a google pagerank of 7 to 5. I need to be more interesting, it seems. So, things… Unit testing with Perl is fun. You should all take a look at petdance‘s WWW::Mechanize and Test::WWW::Mechanize. If one were to want to make a bot to grab all of one’s financial data from one’s […]

  • DNS changes

    I’m working on the family’s servers over vacation. I’m moving a bunch of the bandwidth-consuming bits off of the server on the T1. One of the services I’m moving to its own VM is bind9. I figure it should live on its own box that does only DNS-ish stuff. That way I can make sure […]

  • Hmmmm….

    http://genforum.genealogy.com/wheller/messages/1.html