Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Working From Home

I have to say, working from home is so much better, now that we have a home. Today, the chore of waiting for the cable guy to show up turned out to be: sitting in the backyard on wireless, getting work done in the shade (how is it hot out in November?), doing some laundry, petting the dog, and spending time with Andria.

Not bad, I could go for this whole "home office" thing.

Monday, November 12, 2007

know your nerd


this describes me to a T (fixed width, of course)

I suck at blogging

It's official. But you knew that.

Considering my 2nd-to-last post is me saying "Hey world, I'm gonna blog more, starting now!" .. and that was like 3 months ago.
The worst part is that I used to be pretty good at this. Uh, on a different blog... a long time ago... you probably didn't read it. I swear.

Well, I suppose I blame some pretty significant life changes (moved continents, bought a house, got a dog, approaching parenthood), but that's a cop-out.

So here it goes again. Back to the 8bit persona. Yup, here we go.
No promises, but I'm gonna try.

In the meantime, don't forget the Flickr feed (stevemcghee). The 'ol iPhone is helping me keep that reasonably up-to-date. If you're a geek and you read this blog via a Feedreader, you should make sure you're getting the latest feed, as I'm using FeedBurner to splice in those pics as well.

I guess you could find me on Facebook (stevemcghee) too, but thats kinda lame. Right?
No, I'm not gonna mention that other site.

Thursday, September 20, 2007

meta post

Yes, I'm updating my blog with a screenshot of my timeline from Facebook.

Is that so wrong?

I think it's a good description of one of the three major changes going on in my life.
How's that for subtle.

Friday, August 31, 2007


A time to revive a few online community-type things.
  1. This blog
  2. Using Flickr
  3. Using de.licio.us
(All linked together via feedburner on this blog. natch.)

Let's see how this goes.

Wednesday, January 03, 2007


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