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Category Archives: atlanta
Ready for the snow to head our way. It’s just barely entered the state (far to the Southwest), but should be here this evening. Too bad the forecast says it will switch over to sleet/freezing rain sooner, limiting accumulation. Hope … Continue reading
So many of my friends ask me – what the hell is that foursquare/gowalla/brightkite thing I see popping up on your Facebook, Twitter or blog feeds. Well, for those not in the know, it’s possibly the next big thing (or … Continue reading
A Summer outing to a great state park very close to home.
Leaving work after coming in to finish a presentation on a Saturday, a huge crowd had gathered outside CNN Center to raise awareness of the increasingly violent response to election protests in Tehran. I snapped a few images before heading … Continue reading
sunset on an icy grant park, originally uploaded by jetrotz. As soon as it came, it seems it was gone. The winds blew the last of our March snowstorm out of town just before sunset, illuminated the icy rail of … Continue reading
I think it’s been some twenty years since I actually experienced that rare phenonmenon known as ‘thundersnow.’ But that’s just what we had today in Atlanta. Aside from it being March, and that we haven’t had an accumulating snowfall in … Continue reading
See the post a few entries down. After way too much travel in 2008, we spent the entire holidays staying close to home, playing tourist in our own town. Several friends came through as well – always a good excuse … Continue reading
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXWolGbV3SU[/youtube] Well, it happened again. Unlike last time the sparking power lines outside our house didn’t result in any fried electronics – that I’ve spotted yet. But in a similar fashion, I was sitting at my desk and heard a … Continue reading