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Posted by Steven, 3/29/00 at 4:49:07 AM.
Go Cubbies! It’s early am in the U.S. but the Cubs and Mets are playing their opening game of the season… in Japan. It’s the first time that an official MLB game has been played outside of the North American continent.
Oh, and I finished Eye of the World on my flight back from Houston last week. This week I’m digging into Beyond the Wild Blue: A History of the United States Airforce.
Dave had some interesting words on eating yesterday.
NASA’s issued reports on the Mars missions and announced cancellation of the planned launch of the Mars 2001 lander awaiting approval of an overall Mars ‘architecture’ plan. Bletch. Stop waiting around and let’s get going. There were plans in the works thirty years ago for developing manned missions to Mars but today we can’t even get robots to do the job right?
Hey, get those tornadoes out of my way. Yes, I’m heading back to Texas later today. Oh, and I’ve got another manager. Same company, same district, just a reorg.
Gotta go pack.
[pause for a few hours]
Ok, packing, flying, all that done. Now from Houston TX…
The Cubs won. Way to go, cubbies! And while on the subject of baseball, check out Microsoft Baseball 2001 – looks good.
Heard about the Cube yet? Dan Gillmor’s got an article today about it as well. I havn’t had time enough yet to read all the details, but it’s got my interest.