A Playboy magazine, swisher sweet cigar, and voter registration card. All three things I was proud to procure on my eighteenth birthday. The first two I went out for at the stroke of midnight. The one I really wanted though I had to wait until after school. I didn’t wait too long. As soon as […]
I’m at WordCamp Portland today and tomorrow. I’ll be giving a speech on Building Child Themes: The smart way to develop WordPress themes tomorrow at 4:15pm. If you build or modify themes, this will be a good session for you to attend. If you’re here and want to say hi, I’m the guy wearing a […]
For the third time in the last year, Trimet announced that they would be cutting service. They also plan to increase fares $0.05 as well. Trimet is seeking public comments on these changes, and I figured I should be a responsible citizen and chime in. Below is what I intend to submit to Trimet.
As has been reported many other places, Today (3 January 2009) Trimet switched from the current fareless square to the fareless rail zone and this is one Trimet change I’m in favor of. It has a variety of benefits and a few costs. Benefits Continues to provide a large area that is accessible during a large part of […]
63 years ago today, UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund) was created by the general assembly to provide food, clothing and health care to the children victims of World War Two. Seven years later the UNGA extended the mandate indefinitely with the goal: …to advocate for the protection of children’s rights, to help meet their basic […]