Knitty Gritty Thoughts has posted the results of her “What do you like in a blog?” survey. There’s some interesting data there – by far, the #1 answer is “Personal stories.” “Pictures” is a close second, with “Posts in general (about projects and WIPs)” running a distant third. This confirms some thoughts I have . . . → Read More: Random Wednesday
Finished knitting up a hat for The Ships Project, which seemed like a pleasingly appropriate thing to do on Memorial Day. (Knit Picks Wool of the Andes in Chestnut and Fern, held double, on 5mm circulars.)
One thing I learned from this hat is that ribbing is really stretchy. Quite a revealation, I . . . → Read More: Post-Memorial Day Letdown
“Net Neutrality” means that every site you visit is treated the same by your ISP. Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T feel that this is insufficiently profitable. Their plan is to essentially tax websites for the privilege of being seen by their customers.
Under this plan, if I wanted Verizon customers to be able to read . . . → Read More: Preserve “Net Neutrality”
So I’m standing outside, taking a little break, when some random guy rides past on a bicycle and spits on my car. Spits! On my car!
I was so aghast, dear reader, that I did nothing. About 30 seconds later – which is to say, after the spitter was well out of sight – . . . → Read More: Dude?!
Doesn’t it suck when there’s a long holiday weekend, and no one updates their blog? I’ve been refreshing Bloglines all morning, but it still says “0 feeds updated.” Sheesh!
I was very sorry to miss the Dulaan Knit-In yesterday – I hope everyone had a lot of fun!
It’s a rainy Memorial Day weekend . . . → Read More: Holidays in blogland