M.A.S.H at Pomerado Hospital?
My wife had one of her last post-surgical follow-ups today, and while leaving the parking lot at Pomerado Hospital down in Poway, we spotted this, and I couldn’t help but wonder, “Why?” My best guess is that many (if not … Continued
Helicopter Crash At Palomar Airport
This happened down the street from us earlier this evening, unfortunately killing both people on board. Originally shared by NBC 7 San Diego DRAMATIC VIDEO: A helicopter touches down at a Carlsbad airport, spins out of control and catches fire, … Continued
I’ve Been a San Diego Chargers Fan For Years, But Tonight,…
While I’m not a huge sports fan, in general, I have been a sucker San Diego Chargers fan for years, and tonight,…
Perfect Day At The San Diego Zoo’s Safari Park In Escondido
It was a gorgeous day today at the San Diego Zoo’s Safari Park in Escondido.
The Rolling Stones in Our Backyard
Rolling Stones doing a private birthday party in our neighborhood
Predicting Google Android Updates & Upgrades
I’ve been a Google user for more years than I care to count. I’ve used their online services (Gmail, Calendar, Contacts, Docs, etc.) for a very long time. When Google got into the mobile business with Android, I was one … Continued
It’s Not Supposed to be This Hot in San Diego
When we moved to San Diego in 2001 (it was my second time here, and my wife’s first), one of the things we loved was the climate… Never too cool, never too hot, and rarely uncomfortable humidly (compared with the … Continued
My (Flipboard) Google Magazine is Now Public
It started-out as nothing more than a way for me to curate “All Things Google” for my own use, and I had no idea so many others would find it beneficial, as well. If you’re a Google watcher (or, just … Continued
Digitizing & Preserving Old Audio Cassette Tapes
In my quest to store all of my life (and memories) in the cloud, one of the last things left for me to tackle was my box of old audio cassette tapes. If you’re too young to remember, cassette tapes … Continued
What Can You Do With a Chromebook?
It was exactly four months ago today that I received my first Chromebook. The (then) new HP14 model (with 4GB of RAM, and built-in 4g). Being a regular user of the Google ecosystem, I understood how it could fit into … Continued