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2006 in Review

How is it already the end of December? On a personal note, I am glad to say that I met my major goals for this year– it sucked less than 2005. And that applies to blogging, as well. While I’m not winning any awards over here, I managed to get name-dropped in the NY Times, which at least gave me… Read more →

Programming Notes

Why has this blog sucked more than usual lately? A few reasons. Mainly, getting back into searching for a job after the bar exam redux is difficult. I realized that I turned a year older and am much less of an adult than I thought I’d be at this point in my life. I recorded a podcast about the House… Read more →

Upcoming events

Mar. 15 (next Monday), I’m sitting in with Hieronymus Bosch on saxophone and keys. Come by and enjoy some rock and mixed with a little bit of roll. 9:45 pm at Continental (25 3rd Ave.). There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but this is a free show– there is NO cover charge. Other upcoming gigs I… Read more →

2003 in Review

Where did 2003 go? It seems like just yesterday was the middle of the summer, and now we’re on the doorstep of 2004. While I sit around and wait for OS X 10.3 (Panther) to finish installing on my laptop, I can revew some of my favorite posts from this past year, in no particular order: Songs: Evidence Hokey Pokey… Read more →

2002 review

At the end of the year, what better way to find something to post than go through and find this year’s greatest hits and trends. Best titles: Dis is where we get bling-bling on da blog, dawg The web’s sleazy underbelly and safety turtle Greenwich Threatened by rampaging Scientologists Attention: Sybwa yanno untsmint saren otclear Gr33nSp4n 0wnZ U Comment of… Read more →

Exam time rambling

Since the tenative agreement between the MTA and TWU fortunately kept the subways running, exams continued to tick along today. It was mildly surreal leaving the law school after the torts exam to the scene of transit workers marching from MTA headquarters towards the Brooklyn Bridge with at least 5 news helicopters hovering overhead. Now, only the final stretch looms… Read more →