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    Firetruck bed 

  • stephen@ufoundme.com 10:39 am on May 3, 2005 Permalink | Reply  

    Firetruck bed 

    Yesterday, I helped my friend Bill transport his sons new toddler bed from Toy ‘R’ Us to his house. He bought his son a firetruck toddler bed. I am so jealous. When did I grow out of asking for a firetruck bed? When does Steve get his red firetruck bed? Huh, When?!?!?

     
    • Anonymous 4:40 pm on November 6, 2005 Permalink

      Steve, this year if I have enough money I will buy you a fire truck bed for Christmas! 😉

  • Question? 

  • stephen@ufoundme.com 9:49 am on May 3, 2005 Permalink | Reply  

    Question? 

    Is there a synonym for the word “Thesaurus” ???

     
  • stephen@ufoundme.com 9:58 pm on May 2, 2005 Permalink | Reply  


    .NET Rocks (pronounced “dot net rocks”) is a web site “slash” internet radio show that talks about all things related to Microsoft’s .NET platform. Most computer programmers know what .NET is, and what it is used for. I use .NET at work to write XML based web services in c# – which is another thing all together. Anywayz, .NET Rocks broadcasts a 1hr. show about geeky/nerdy computer stuff. It is awesome! Each week, I end up burning the entire show on CD and listening to it while in the van.

    On one of their recent shows, they talked about a website called csszengarden. http://www.csszengarden.com/ is a web site written in pure XHTML with all presentation formatted by an external style-sheet. The owner of the site challenged web designers to change the entire look of the site by re-writing ONLY the style-sheet and NOT the XHTML source code. There’s a number of things that are kewl about this. You can write your website in XHTML, and change the entire “look-and-feel” of the site by modifying the style-sheet without having to change the XHTML source code. There’s a bunch of highly-creative people out there – I just wish I was one of them.

    I still love this stuff. Oh well …. I’m geeky. I know.

     
  • This Past Weekend 

  • stephen@ufoundme.com 8:23 pm on May 1, 2005 Permalink | Reply  

    This Past Weekend 

    On Friday night we went over to my parents house for my mom’s birthday. We bought her “Beautiful” by Estee Lauder. We played Phase Ten, but didn’t finish the game.

    On Saturday, Toni and I shot a new wedding. It was the first time we shot a wedding at St. Marks in Southeast Lincoln. The groom and the groomsmen were very funny. The couple were very nice. I would have loved to become good friends with them.

    Saturday night, we watched Star Wars I (The Phantom Menace). It was the first time that I watched it all the way through. And tonight *Sunday night* we rented Star Wars II (The Clone Wars).

     
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