Archive for November 2008

Howl's Walking Castle

Last night I watched Howl’s Walking Castle.  It was another wonderful animated film by master storyteller Hayao Miyazaki. I love all of Hayao Miyazaki’s work ever since I watched My Neighbor Totoro. Howl’s Castle is simpley incredible.  There was so much detail in the story and the visuals.  I was was transported to another world…

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LauniArt.com redesign

I removed Joomla from my launiart.com web site. Joomla is great for a community site so it was not getting the use it deserves at my personal art site. I decided to redesign the site using static XHTML pages. The site only has one page but I look forward to developing it into a site…

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Now I'm somebody on Facebook!

Finally got a Facebook account.  My La Jolla High School 40th class reunion committee made the incentive for me to create it. I am in the Austin Network and the Huston-Tillotson Network. I am having fun exploring something that I have avoided for so ling.  I created this badge and I am testing it here…

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Sirius Disorder Wake

Today was a sad day for my musical world.  Today was the first day that my favorite satellite radio station was not on the air.  I had come to love listening to Sirius Disorder, but today after the merger of Sirius and XM stations I discovered that Sirius Disorder was cut. I got a Sirius…

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Running is a Social Sport

Where ever you are in your exercise plan is where you are suppose to be.  There is no right or wrong there is just you. One of the nice things about just being yourself (I repeat this to myself a lot so it is positive re-enforcement for me to write it as well) is that…

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37 Mile Run

Technical Yesterday I ran from 7 AM to 4 PM and a distance of 37 miles.  This is the longest that I have run to date.  I ran in the Barton Greenbelt in Austin, Texas. The last time I attempted a long 30 mile training run I ran out of fuel and only completed 28…

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Ch-Ch-Ch- Changes Really Here

I voted in the court house in La Grange, Texas.  This is the same courthouse that my dad told me that he and his mother were denied access when they went to discuss land business because they were Negros.  After I voted for Obama I came out side and I started to cry.  I could…

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