February 13, 2004
LogTracker updateUpdated LogTracker with a view of URIs that have been recently accessed.
January 22, 2004
Bishop Allen in PhillyI went down to Philly to see Bishop Allen on the start of their Support the Thunder tour. Bishop Allen are totally awesome - you must go and see them when they play near you. It is a moral imperative.
January 1, 2004
GMAOServer overhaulAdded JNLP launching and a huge GUI overhaul to the GMAOServer - you can check it out on the software page.
November 13, 2003
Happy Birthday11/13/2003 Hunkabutta.com has some really cool pics from Japan. I like it. Oh, and happy birthday to me. 29 years young.
November 1, 2003
2003 Halloween11/1/2003 Pictures from Halloween 2003, "A Very Strongbad Halloween".
September 16, 2003
Bishop Allen and Erin McKeownTuesday, at the Bowery Ballroom. I caught Bishop Allen down at the Bowery Ballroom with Erin McKeown. Bishop Allen was really good, and I liked Erin McKeown as well. But everyone should catch Bishop Allen. They rock. I even got my T-shirt signed by Bonnie and Christian. Yay!
August 27, 2003
Beach Road Trip8/27/2003. From Friday, 8/22/2003 until Sunday, 8/24/2003 I went on a road trip with some friends to New England. We hit Mystic, Newport, Boston, and Glouster. It was loads of fun. I didn't even get sunburned.
August 5, 2003
Sapporo in the SummerI went to Japan in July of 2003 for a conference, and some vacation. Here are lots of pictures.
May 31, 2003
Bishop Allen at the Tank OpeningI went down to the Tank on 42nd street, and saw Bishop Allen in concert. Bishop Allen is really great - Ron sent me a link from their NPR interview, and I've been listening to the album ever since it arrived...
February 1, 2003
Karaoke Party!2/1/2003. We had a Karaoke Party! Man, that new Japas over at 38th is pretty cool!
January 14, 2003
Young Alive in Love1/14/2003. There used to be a group called UsagiPop, a long time ago. I really liked their stuff. Now, there is a group called Young Alive in Love that is getting started, with the same front-man (I think.) Anyway, I'm hopeful.
January 12, 2003
December 14, 2002
Jana's graduation ceramics showMy younger sister graduates from SMU with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in pottery. She had her first solo show, and then was in the graduation ceremony.
December 6, 2002
Thesis proposal defense12/06/2002. No pictures. I defended my thesis proposal: "Identifying Similarity in Multilingual Text: Analysis for Summarization." I can finally get back to living life a little. :)
October 31, 2002
2002 Halloween Party10/31/2002. Halloween came and went. The Sable's put on a fun party, as usual.
October 24, 2002
Went to see the Girlyman band show at the Living Room. They're a good group. You should check them out.
September 21, 2002
ChinatownWent down to Chinatown with Y.I. and her family for a nice dim sum brunch, and ice cream afterwards. Otherwise, just busy. working. busy.
September 10, 2002
September 6, 2002
Basketball at SMUPlayed BBall back at SMU in Dallas a few times. Lots of fun to be had.
September 1, 2002
Hanging around Austin9/1/2002 - Alana and Thon got up and ran at 8:00am. I didn't go; I sprained my ankle playing basketball last week. At about noon we went out to get brunch at Las Manitas Avenue Cafe, my sister's favorite place downtown. It's a mexican place. I got a Plato de Churrizo, which is basically refreid beans, and churrizo with egg. Put all that stuff in a tortilla, and it is some pretty good eating. Of course, it didn't feel right having that for breakfast, but still...
Barton Springs In the afternoon, we went to Barton Springs. It's a part of the Austin city parks, basically a few blocks from downtown Austin. It's a natural spring that flows up from limestone which Austin built a nice little park around. The water is always a chilly 68 degrees, so it's pretty cool to go out there on a hot day and relax on the grass, popping in and out of the water. Of course, it was pretty crowded since a lot of Austin seemed to have had the same idea that we did...
For dinner, we went to Mangia, which has the best pizza in Austin, according to my sister. They make a Chicago style deep dish pizza there. The owner is a die-hard runner, and wanted to have a "healthy" pizza, so he created a deep dish spinach double stuffed pizza on whole wheat bread. That is what Alana and Thon ordered, while Dad and I got a double stuffed mushroom, smoked bacon and pineapple pizza on a white crust. It was actually very good. Afterwards, we headed home, and mom and dad took the Allante back to Dallas. Thon, Alana and I headed out to a nearby park with a view of "bat bridge." This is a bridge that has tens of thousands of bats living under it, and at sunset, the bats come out and fly around. We took a seat on a dock near the UT-owned boat house, and settled down to watch. Unfortunately, bat season is just about coming to an end - the bats are migratory and head to Mexico for the winter, and there were not too many out for us to see. On the way back, we stopped at Amy's Ice Cream again, and I got another chocolate (dark chocolate this time) with strawberries and hot fudge, "sundae style" (so the strawberries weren't pounded in to the ice cream.) That improved it, but still it wasn't up to Halo Pub standards.
At home, we watched a few episodes of the Simpsons from the newly acquired season 2 DVD that Thon picked up, and then played a game of scrabble to the Director's cut of Aliens (which Alana has amazingly, never seen before.) I got completely trounced by both Thon and Alana, and we finished off the movie. I'll have to play more scrabble...
Go to Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30