Monthly Archives: November 2005

Chocolate eclair cake

We celebrated our extended family’s November birthdays last weekend, and my mom made this brutally delicious “cake” for dessert. It’s pretty easy and doesn’t take much time to prepare, (although it does have to sit in the refrigerator for several … Continue reading

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“Wizards of Winter” clip

“Humor” isn’t really the correct tag for this post: it’s more along the lines of a “diversion” than outright funny… If you’ve got Windows Media Player and a fat pipe, I received an amazing WMV media clip (about 4.8 MiB) … Continue reading

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Cooking

Another hobby for which I already have several posts…

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Boardgaming

I’m moving my static HTML “hobbies page” to the blog to make it easier to update.

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BoardGameGeek wishlist

BoardGameGeek feature: Wishlist

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MyNetflix20 (beta) how-to

How I installed and configured MyNetflix20 on my blog.

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Arden Park website

I finally found a web site for Arden Park, but there hasn’t been much activity recently.

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Today (fourth Thursday of November) is Thanksgiving in the US. This marks the beginning of the holiday season, which lasts until New Year’s Day. Thanksgiving is the holiday that I look forward to all year, because there’s no gift exchange … Continue reading

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Discriminatory CC&R’s

Discriminatory clauses of CC&R’s in California are now easier to remove.

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ArdenParkTrees.org “browser-aware” scripting

ArdenParkTrees.org’s web site using Milonic browser detection. I’d prefer they made the site viewable by any browser.

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