Investigators believe that Cardinals personnel, concerned that Mr. Luhnow had taken their idea and proprietary baseball information to the Astros, examined a master list of passwords used by Mr. Luhnow and the other officials when they worked for the Cardinals. The Cardinals employees are believed to have used those passwords to gain access to the… Continue reading Passwords
Microsoft has a neat new iPhone app out to create panoramic photos. Here is one I took.
I’ve finished, and passed, all of my classes for the semester and I’m getting in the blogging mood again. Don’t worry, it shouldn’t last more than a couple of weeks.
Lately I’ve been playing a new web game called Ikariam. It’s a slow paced version of Civilization only you’re playing with thousands of other people. I enjoy games like Civilization and SimCity. However they have a downside, they take too much time. I invetably get sucked in and play for hours at a time. While… Continue reading Ikariam: My favorite new web game
Since I promised an update, National Take Your Dog to Work Day was a no-show at our offices. We all chickened out figuring that the poor behavior of our individual dogs might be a catastrophe when combined, sort of like an Anti-Power Ranger. Maybe next year.
Today I successfully navigated the Dallas public transit system thanks to Google Maps. Over the last few weeks I’ve been taking the train to work two to three days a week. Today however I got an urgent request to pick up a presentation at a location that wasn’t close to a train stop. Just as… Continue reading Hey Mr. Bus Driver
While, I’m still undecided about who I’ll be voting for next November, a new candidate threw his hat in the ring tonight that I’ll have to consider.
Last night we went to the Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Soul 2 Soul Tour 2007 at the American Airlines Center. Not being a fan of country music I wasn’t sure what I would think but it turned out to be a good concert. All of the lights and staging were good plus we had… Continue reading Dallas Country