Amazon.com: Canon i9900 Photo Printer looks like via technical specs to be a very good home picture inkjet printer (suppose to be shipping in USA on 15May04). Only thing I don't like is that it appears to have no built-in Ethernet or WiFi options.
I just finished Franklin Graham book called "Rebel With A Cause." It is a quick read with a lot of good stories that keeps it moving along. Pretty inspirational story and message.
A while back my son Conrad and I were checking stuff out a Fry's Electronics, and I took a quick picture of a refrigerator that had booted into Windows Safe Mode (the touch screen didn't appear to work in safe mode which might be a problem if that is the only user interface option).
You can now get X1 (powerful text search) & Newsgator (RSS reader) bundled together for $99. They both integrate well into Microsoft Outlook (my primary day-to-day client application).
Here is a highlight of technology solutions that I am using for work as my personal knowledge managment toolkit: Onfolio, X1, Groove, SnagIt, MindManager X5 (does MindMaps), TypePad (private & personal site), Newsgator, Planner 2.0, ClipMate (captures/collects/organizes cut-n-paste data), and PaperPort.
San Diego's National Day of Prayer Site has details on events happening throughout San Diego County on 06May04 (Thursday).
Are you the same Steve Holden listed on the Newton Hall of Fame? Yes I am. I am now a Pocket PC iPAQ user for better or worse. I still have a sour apple taste in my mouth since Steve Jobs killed the Newton.
Another thing about my recent Road Runner Sports experience, they had samples while I was waiting in line to checkout of the GU Energy Gel. It tasted pretty good and it seemed to be helpful in my run later in the day ... or maybe it was the new shoes?
I recently went to Road Runner Sports (luckily I live in San Diego and can go to their store) and got some new running shoes (GEL Kayano X). I had been developing a little bit of discomfort in my left foot so I also did a gate analysis and found I was running in the right type of shoes. So, I guess my old shoes had just reached the point of replacement. One of the new things I was told during my analysis, was that "typically" running shoes need about 30 hours to "recooperate" from a run and completely go back to "full support mode." So, I either need to get another pair of shoes for back-to-back running days or start doing an every other day routine.
One of the things I have been recently "hacking" or "learning" is to play the harmonica. I started this effort about two years ago, but only more seriously since January. I just did my first upgrade from a "cheap" Hohner Blues Band in C ($5 - made in China) to a Hohner Special 20 in C ($19 - made in Germany) and a Lee Oskar Major Diatonic in A ($20 - made in Japan modified in U.S.A). The sounds from the harmonicas are signficantly better, my ability still needs some work.