Monthly Archives: July 2005

(un)magical thinking

Since I apparently can’t sleep tonight… here’s a review of the last library book I’ve attempted to read… "Magical Thinking" by Augusten Burroughs. It’s a collection of short stories/memoirs… they’re all written like blog entries. Which would be fine if … Continue reading

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The One Person Against A Better Boston

If there’s one phrase that drives me absolutely around the bend, it’s "working for a Better Boston." A Better Boston. Who, other than say someone sitting in a Manhattan apartment, wouldn’t want a Better Boston? Can someone be AGAINST a … Continue reading

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TYNTR

And… the category of Things You Need To Read… (well, TYNTR if you’re obsessed with spin and communications and politics like I am)… 11D has a great take on Democrats realizing the need to learn how to frame debates (um…. … Continue reading

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YGG!

Swirlspice takes on the Amazing Race tryouts! Rock on! I’ve SERIOUSLY always always always wanted to go on that show. It’s only my inability to drive a stick shift that’s kept me from running over with Mobtown (he speaks like … Continue reading

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Font Sense

Oh man. I wouldn’t give to know enough about fonts to be attending this year’s Typecon (found via Gothamist). I’m such a font amateur compared to most people. I do take comfort however that at various workplaces I have been … Continue reading

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Me having aging issues and then promptly moving on

Here’s an actual recreation of last night’s Tegan & Sara show at the Somerville Theater outside of Boston MA. The show in which I had front row seats because I adore Tegan & Sara. Keep in mind, at age 33, … Continue reading

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You can’t see the cat hair in this picture

The Friday Fishwrap didn’t tag me with the "What’s On Your Nightstand Table?" meme, but it seemed to be such an interesting question, that I decided to tag myself with it. A picture of my actual nightstand table, which I’m … Continue reading

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You can have my cell phone when you pry it from my…

Let me be the first to say… Exactly. Blue Mass. Group: Vive La Liberte: "A hearty endorsement to my colleague David’s pro-freedom editorial rejecting the Globe’s proposed prohibition on cell phone use while driving. As readers Stomv and Ken point … Continue reading

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Let the race begin!

Reading through the blogroll this morning and discovered on the Universal Hub that the DFA Boston has endorsed three candidates for city offices: Sam Yoon for City Council At-Large; Gibran Rivera for City Council District 6; and Maura Hennigan for … Continue reading

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Updating the blogroll

I’m trying to keep this blog more up-to-date (go me!)… so I’ve updated the books on the nightstand and the music I’m listening to… and I’m in the process of updating the blogroll. The most notable new links are two … Continue reading

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