A detailed guide to Mac backup – Lifehacker

Something I’ve been wondering about. I’ve got a wee thumb drive that I use for backing up essentials, but what about the whole shebang from my Mac iBook? Link: A detailed guide to Mac backup – Lifehacker. The Mac Observer details the entire process of backing up a Mac, from planning a backup strategy to … Read more

Lift

Written by Anthony St. Clair for oneword June 19, 2006 06:29 AMThe lifts in his shoes told the world that he was a success, and everything that went with it. Tall and handsome, well-educated and sophisticated. Women winked at him; men looked up to him. Then he went home to his mom’s house, and was … Read more

Create your own cookbook

I’ve got recipes everywhere. In books. Saved as posts on this site. Linked to from this site. Saved on my hard drive. In stacks of paper clipped together. The only thing I don’t have, is my own cookbook to contain the best of the best of all these. Here’s a way to remedy that: Link: … Read more

Simple grilled salmon

Jazz and a nice evening Salmon fillets, skin on Olive Oil Salt Pepper Lime slices Grind salt and pepper onto skin-up side of fillets. Spray, pour or brush on oil; rub into flesh. Brush or spray some oil onto the grill’s cooking grate, to keep the fish from sticking. Grill skin-down for 10 minutes; flip … Read more

Things to do on a sunny June Saturday in Eugene

Light breakfast (tea/coffee; yogurt with granola and dried cranberries) on your back patio Admire newly mown lawn Take Dad to the Eugene REI Hippie-watching at Saturday Market Lunch at 5th Street Public Market Prepare for tonight’s BBQ: get produce at the Sweetwater Farmer’s Market Ogle Harley’s with Dad at Doyle’s Harley-Davidson, near LCC Sample a … Read more

This morning

Is a day off, in my backyard under a covered patio. It’s rainy, with a light-gray sky, and I’m sipping coffee and chatting with my dad, who just flew in from Virginia. The roses in the yard are in bloom. The grass is… nearly mowed (it was pushing 2-feet high). The morning is quiet in … Read more

Emptiness

Written by Anthony St. Clair for oneword June 15, 2006 06:28 AMThe emptiness mocked. It startled. It put them all in fear of the fate of the barbecue. "No sauce? No sauce? How can we not have any sauce?" Eyes looked from one to the other, but mostly down; faces were steady, but afraid. The … Read more

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