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Entries from July 24th, 2002

Papal Portraits

July 24th, 2002 · Comments Off on Papal Portraits · Uncategorized

I know a few readers here are also readers of our favorite blogging Pope. Up until now, you’ve had to settle for one or two rather poor quality pictures of the man behind the words. That’s why I’m pleased to announce that we here at Nosuch have managed to get an exclusive picture of James […]

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Trivia Dept.

July 23rd, 2002 · Comments Off on Trivia Dept. · Uncategorized

Not that anyone asked, but in case you were wondering, the name of this site is “nosuch.org”. The “Mistakes were made” is just a tagline. It’s only there because Blogger required a description of the blog. At the time, “Mistakes were made” seemed like the best description. If it’s good enough for heads of state, […]

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Speed of a glacier

July 22nd, 2002 · Comments Off on Speed of a glacier · Uncategorized

I’ve been rolling up my sleeves and getting my hands dirty doing some PHP plumbing. I’m up to my eyeballs in links, so I’m cobbling together a system to organize and present them in a more useful way. I know there’s a zillion libraries out there to do something like this, but none of them […]

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Faster! Harder!

July 22nd, 2002 · Comments Off on Faster! Harder! · Uncategorized

Hey, hey, maybe I should I take up cycling… Though, I’ve often tried to explain the appeal of by comparing it to endurance or extreme sports. A good friend who’s a triathlete, an activity that has no appeal to me, could not grasp the appeal of kink. We both talked about why we loved our […]

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Captain Crunch Milkshake

July 19th, 2002 · Comments Off on Captain Crunch Milkshake · Blogging, NYC

Seems I was the only one who came to the International Blog Meetup day with a camera. So while others begrudgingly took on the duty of documenting who was there in writing, I got to document who was there with pictures. Poorly, I’m afraid. I never said I was a photographer. Here we see my […]

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