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AirSet – my new PIM

By kate on September 10th, 2007

I’ve been using Trumba for an online calendar since they were in closed beta. I became a paying user because I liked it so much. Now, however, they’ve given the finger to their individual users, jacked their prices sky-high, and aimed for the enterprise market. Fine, screw you too, Trumba. I spent a long time […]

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Grandmom was a Blogger

By kate on May 3rd, 2007

Before she died several years ago, my father’s mother, Grandmom, kept in touch with my parents by sending them cut-out newspaper articles she thought they’d find interesting. I remember my parents rolling their eyes good-naturedly as her cut-outs became more and more prolific. Then, lately, I’ve noticed my parents doing the same thing, particularly my […]

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Cool advice site

By kate on March 1st, 2007

The Elder Wisdom Circle: It’s a network of elders who you can anonymously ask for advice on most topics (except medical, legal, and financial). You can get a personal reply from one or two elders in about a day. It helps those seeking advice, and also helps the elders by giving them a way to […]

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Ruby’s Journal Has Moved

By kate on June 6th, 2006

You can now read about Ruby on our brand-new (WordPress-driven, self-hosted) blog: All the Ruby-related posts have been moved there, and that’s where new posts will be. If you are using Feedwhip to follow Ruby’s updates, click this link to add a Feedwhip subscription for Ruby’s new blog. Also, Steve will be posting entries […]

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Baby Names

By kate on January 27th, 2006

Here’s a humorous list of baby names from McSweeney’s. I particularly like “Stevelyn”. I’ve been too busy to post anything lately, but there isn’t much news. I’m coping with some nerve issues in my wrist (pregnancy-related carpal tunnel), which wasn’t really a surprise because my mom got the same thing. Otherwise, there’s not too much […]

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Yes, I’m still bitter about the monorail…

By kate on November 15th, 2005

… so I’m helping out in the attempt to associate Mayor Greg Nickels with

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