Hacked chicken is generally served as a cold appetizer. If prepared correctly, the marinade makes it a spicy dish
This originated with our friend Joanne Luciano. We’ve modified it a bit over the years and it’s now one of Lesley’s signature dishes.
Coleman’s Senate campaign web site is apparently a mess: it left an Excel spreadsheet listing thousands of donors in an unprotected directory.
Minneapolis techie and consultant Adria Richards visited the site and published her tour of it on her blog.
Here are links to our 2008 photo albums for family and friends. If you click on a photo on an “index” page, you get a large version of that photo. You can browse through the pages by clicking the tiny arrows on the page headers.
I’ve migrated everything else to a “photo gallery” site. Our site uses an open source web server called Gallery2, that stores and organizes our photos. Before this, I relied on the web page-building feature of Apple’s Aperture program. Now I’ve found an Aperture add-on that loads photos directly from Aperture to our Gallery2 web site.
Biscuit was doing an on-line recertification quiz late last night. It was one of those things where they ask you the question, immediately tell you if you’re wrong, and if so, they give you references to the right answer.
She got one wrong and looked at the reference. It was a paper she had co-authored herself. Oops.
Well, it was pretty late.
Several members of the medical staff at Regina Medical Center were at a medical staff training seminar in San Francisco earlier this fall. Various family members tagged along, including me. The physicians and such learned about the fine points of managing staff privileges and of investigating problems. I sat in long enough to hear a little about managing ‘hearings’ for misbehaving staffers – those guys give a really good seminar. Aside from that, the rest of us got to wander around San Francisco.
I wandered around our hotel and took photos of various SF architectural details, visited the waterfront, and got out to the Palace of the Legion of Honor. After the seminar was over, we all went on a bus tour of Muir Woods and the Golden Gate. This yielded some nice pics of San Francisco cityscapes and of the Regina staff and families. Continue reading San Francisco Pics
Our friend and neighbor, Marisha Chamberlain, now has her web site on-line.
Mostly the site introduces her novel, The Rose Variations, which comes out next February. Amazon is already taking preorders.
We took a bunch of photos of the block party earlier this month. There are photos of neighbors, cooks, kids playing games, Mrs. Darsow in a top hat, and lots of people talking and eating.
If you go looking for these pictures some time in the future, just click on the “Photos” link to the left. That will take you to whatever photos we still have on-line.