Monthly Archives: March 2007

Learning CSS

We’re so far behind web page technology: we know basic HTML, but we never learned CSS, and these days most blogging packages are a mix of CSS and php (another technology we never learned). We understand (sort of) what CSS … Continue reading

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The Leica goes for a walk

We decided to bring the Leica on our 1/2-mile morning walk this AM, did Cassie and I, and managed this snap of morning clouds. The M8 was fun (for me, anyway) as usual… such a combination of the very old … Continue reading

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The fatigue 'wall'

Walked a half-mile with Cassie early, then checked work email and went to rehab, a good 45-minute workout. Got home, logged in to Adobe’s network and promptly hit the fatigue wall… it’s a cumulative thing after chemo, and I haven’t … Continue reading

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An interesting graffitum

This Graffitum, on a trackside wall between Lawrence and San Jose train stations has caught my eye on the near-daily Adobe commute. I used the high-speed multiple-image-capture feature of the Lumix DMC FZ50 to grab this image as the train … Continue reading

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Walked 1.2 miles today

To and from San Jose Diridon train station and Adobe – six tenths of a mile each way.  5 weeks ago I was doing this easily – today, at my chemo and steroid nadir, it was hard: my muscles were … Continue reading

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Another birthday card

We’ll let this one speak for itself. What a ‘howl’…

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Light and shadow

Light and shadow made an interesting play as I waited for my train at San Jose’s Diridon Station this afternoon. Despite not feeling my best (chemo, steroid problems, anemia and I think even our edema is back) we decided to … Continue reading

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