If you are a fan of The Simpsons, you might want to read this. You can now watch every episode of The Simpsons online for free. I don’t know how they are getting away with that, and it might not last very long, but it’s there and working, commercial-free. I never knew how Santa’s Little Helper got his name until last night.
On the TV tip, as the new seasons begin to rev up, I am eagerly awaiting Battlestar Galactica. In the mean time, I am watching the DVD set of Firefly that I acquired from Target for 18 clams. I am digging it, though it saddens me knowing that only one season ever existed…
What are you looking forward to this fall on TV?
For a limited time, FriendsForFamilies.com is offering a 1-year full membership to the site for $1.99. Normally the price is $19.99, but because we just launched the site, we are excited to get members signed up.
What’s to lose? You can sign up and see who you can find in your area for next to nothing!
When Internet Explorer 7 is released at the end of the year, it will totally abandon support of HTML frames on web sites. Web accessibility geeks are cheering this development, while frame-based Geocities web site owners are in a tizzy.
Now that the site has launched I’ve had a little time this weekend to sit down and catch up on some things. One of those things includes this blog!
A few of you might be interested in the new gallery of pictures I posted. Some of these are from our trip to Louisville a few weekends ago. You’ll see Gray having a ball at Bowman Field thanks to my old pal Jeremy.
The rest of the pics are just random adventures with the boys. I am seriously considering selling my Olympus C5050 in favor of something more compact that will slip into my pocket. I think I’d end up taking a lot more pictures this way.
So yeah…that’s that for now. Enjoy.
I am proud to announce the birth of the secret project I have been developing full-time (and then some) since April.
Ladies and Germs, I bring you FriendsForFamilies.com.
“FriendsForFamilies.com is the premiere Internet service completely dedicated to helping families find other families in their local communities that share common interests, beliefs and life circumstances. It is a company created by families for families to meet a need of families.”
This has been the biggest project I have ever had the pleasure of working on. It’s pretty massive in scope once you sign up and get inside.
Check it out, sign up, and let me know what you think!