This reminded me a bit of what used to happen with Star Trek: The Next Generation. Every so often the writers would create and episode that centered around a specific character – like a “Warf”isode, or a “Data”sode.
Episode 14: “Prey”
In this episode, we follow Andrea‘s actions as she tries to tries to estrange herself from “the Guv’na”.
It was interesting that they started the episode with a flashback to when Andrea and Michonne were on the road with Michonne’s “zombie pets”. Andrea broached the question whether Michonne knew the pets prior to the apocalypse, which seemed to bother Michonne for some reason. Apparently, Michonne knew the pets previously, but did not like them. Perhaps they were family, but had a criminal history?
A few recent posts by Becker at Source-Wave.com have confirmed my faith that at least some of the internet gurus are not complete idiots. Becker, a few others like Jon Leger, “get it” – Google is not spying on you with a all-seeing crystal ball. I know, I’m a programmer, and some of the rumors surrounding the “power” of Google and SEO/IM just blows my mind.
Becker explained it best, I think – Google has a set of metrics (another term for measurements) that they use to rank sites. If you fit into a good metric, you get points. If you fit into a bad metric, you lose points. It’s as simple as that.
I stopped this morning to pick up some Bandits at a little Stinker station in Caldwell. I had to wait in line for this little old lady who was buying Lotto scratch tickets. “One of those, two of those, uh… one of those, hmmmm… another one of those…”, and so on. It was just like a “scratch card buffet”.
Morning workout: 30 minutes on the elliptical, 308 calories. Followed that with a shoulder/calves workout – lateral raise/calves/press. Two sets of each. Had to cut it short because I was running late.
Thinking about Curated Comments plugin. I need to encapsulate all of the functions into a single PHP file, all Yahoo related. Title can be stripped of excess words by running it through the Yahoo tags function – I think. And, a shortcode for testing first is a good idea. The shortcode option allows for one-time post-specific comments enabling.
I’ve decided to make this more of a personal blog – kind of a window into my life. Not too specific, there’s still a lot I don’t want to reveal. More of a “working journal” to keep me on track, patterned a bit after the success of Pat Flynn here.
Today for the Crookham project I worked on the Treater/Bagging line part. I decided that it would be best to have 2 fields for each of the numeric values in the MERGEDATA file – one for the numeric value, one for the decimal value. It’s easiest to build the character representation of the numeric now rather than worrying about it later when the tags are created using Barcode400.
For whatever reason this song came up on a couple internet searches I did, and I decided to look into it further. Upon reading the information at Wikipedia, I was surprised to learn that Leonard Cohen wrote over 80 verses. The verses we’re familiar with are the ones he eventually settled on. The song must have set a record for “modern” songs as it is claimed to have been recorded by over 300 different artists (and climbing).
Although I haven’t listened to all of the recordings on YouTube, here’s a few of my favorites. Enjoy.