Burly Bakers

Burly Bakers

On Saturday I walked over a mile to meet the Burly Baker, himself—Bill. From Atlanta, he was in town for the weekend. Bill is actually a computer geek by trade. At lunch he handed me a box of his Brown Butter Cashew Blondies. With a glint in his eyes, he rhapsodized over how they are made and what’s […]

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Addicted to This

I always want to know what the most popular posts are here at my blog. Tell me the audience doesn’t influence what gets written! Unfortunately, I can only track back to February, 2011, when I switched my blog over to WordPress (from Moveable Type). So, these are the most popular posts to date…   Feel […]

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Czech Republic

Exciting Birth Announcement!

Well, indeed! I am pleased to announce the birth of twins! Budapest and the Czech Republic! The 750 photos from the trip to these two locations, back in 2010, are finally available! Yes, it took a while for me to get them online, but these galleries are worth the wait. It’s impossible to know which […]

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Jean Stapleton Carroll O'Connor: All In the Family

Jean Stapleton, RIP

I neglected to pay a small tribute to Jean Stapleton, whose work in the TV series All in the Family, I remember fondly as a teenager. She had a prolific career. Of her passing Sally Struthers, who also played in All in the Family,  said, “Jean lived so in the present. She was a Christian Scientist who […]

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Ubiquitous Connectivity

I hadn’t heard of this guy: Tom Scott*, but he’s clever. I particularly like these projects… To me he’s asking the same question I ask too often: Are we creating a future in which we really want to live? Welcome to Oversight Welcome to Life   * So who is he? From his blog: I […]

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