Typepad has a very convenient "drafts" folder into which you can write things that aren't ready for publication yet. My drafts folder is overflowing. I suppose that means that the editor in me is looking forward to reviewing them and sending them back for revisions.
If you wait long enough between the time you write something and the time you publish it, it's possible that you can make your writing enough better to be worth the wait. Generally, though, the work that I like the most has been edited in public. If my writing doesn't escape the draft folder quickly, chances are pretty good that it isn't ever worth publishing, even in an open notebook.
No support for rich text editing in safari, but otherwise performant. Kind of nice.
I'll need to really learn markdown for a couple of reasons, not the least of which is that it descends from setext.
A2B3 lunch is Thursday as always.
Ann Arbor Parks did trick or treat today, Sunday, noon to 4pm on the Huron River.
Arborwiki makes a good companion as you go for errands around town.
Ann Arbor City Council elections and a millage are coming up. The Ann Arbor Chronicle has characteristically thorough coverage of the League of Women Voters forums.
Some project, not yet identified, has North Main torn up at Catherine. A second project has North Division down to a single lane. Expect delays.
No one was hurt in last week's fire on Harpst.
I'm trying a neighborhood LinkedIn group to see what kind of density I need to get enough people to make a group worthwhile; it might make sense to grab people closest first and then out by distance.
Tigers lost in the ALCS, and I'm looking forward to spring training.
Power outages from the Saturday windstorms were worst in Warren.
Occupy Chicago has had a lot of protest, via the Chicago Tribune which was on the scene.
Occupy Wall Street took over Times Square.
I am tracking steps with a pedometer again, thanks to Paul Resnick and a research group at UMSI.
Statler and Waldorf have taken over the Muppets twitter account. New movie due for Thanksgiving. Cue the Muppets.
The wind on Saturday made farmers market blustery. Squash of all sizes and varieties were there, and there's nothing like a big old Hubbard squash to keep the corner of a table down. A farmer was doing the frost dance but said they had none at the last full moon. Traditionally, it's said that the best way to open a Hubbard is to take an axe to it, or to throw it down into the cellar.
It's hard to have great weird ideas when you are closing trouble tickets.
My new employer Nutshell has an office where my former employer Pure Visibility used to have it's offices.
Steve Jobs, Dennis Ritchie, Einar Steffrud.
Books moved recently include Kawabata's, Snow Country, to be shelved on the Heikki Lunta shelf to prepare me for winter.
Pinboard now supports Gopher urls in bookmarks.
Michigan football lost to State. It was as good an excuse as any to call my aunt who went to East Lansing.
Smart and fast giving and sharing makes a good network.
Credit the quote to Kevin Doyle Jones, as part of an exchange on Twitter with Jerry Michalski, questioning why someone would go to the trouble of putting out a big, interesting, free newsletter and then not expose some of its insights to the network beyond that of its current subscriber base.