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Rainy Days and Fridays

This is a reconstruction of a post from my first blog,, with text pulled from The Wayback Machine

Posted by Steven, 3/10/00 at 4:49:42 AM.

*sigh* the sunny days couldn’t last forever, and the plants do need the rain I suppose.

Robert’s third grade class is studying simple machines — wheel and axle, lever, inclined plane, wedge, and pully — and had an assignment to build one. He used his Lego bricks to build a platform and pully. Getting warmed up for tonight’s Lego Build Night.

Dear Microsoft, why not just show us how good your new OS is instead of trying to scare us into using it? From today’s email issue of Microsoft: This Week…

Is Your Competition Already Using Windows 2000?
Companies already running Windows 2000 face lower costs, thanks to improved reliability and a more manageable network. Plus, they’re more nimble with highly productive mobile users and an Internet-ready platform that’s second to none. Don’t waste another minute: See who’s benefiting now.

I finished Flight of Passage today – that was a great book. Highly recommended.

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