My favorite artist contemplates Rothko’s No. 210/No. 211 (Orange). About the exhibit: See the Light: The Luminist Tradition in American Art. More about acquiring the Rothko.
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The coffee was extra good for some reason today – maybe the preceding 9.5 hours of sleep helped. Gracie goes briefly to the vet for routine maintenance, I go pick up some newly-dry-mounted artwork at the bro-in-law’s frame shop, and we visit the neighbor who’s in the hospital (she’s just fine. Whew.). Then tonight to […]
I am going to install an automatic rotating photo header slide show on both my blogs with jQuery. (At some point.) I found this tutorial for doing dynamic jQuery headers yesterday, and this morning my aggregator came up with this more basic tutorial. I’ve been playing with jQuery slide shows – here’s a sample. To […]
Will made a big honking pot of chili from the ancestral Gadberry recipe. Oh my yes.
Shorpy posts vintage photos, with good quality and detail. Make sure to click through and look closely at the full-sized image. This is wonderful. My maternal grandmother, whom I am so happy to say I came to know pretty well, was about 2 years old in 1902—though living in Paris at the time. Having known […]
First Look: Travel organizer Tripit.com offers iPhone app, from The Unofficial Apple Weblog. Must learn about this app, and use it with Ellen, so we can keep track of each other.
It’s just past 10:30 on Saturday night and I’m just back from walking Gracie. Early in the walk I was musing on the dinner party I’d gone to with Ellen and the folks we visited with, and the fact that when we came home we found that Gracie had chewed up the nozzle of a […]
We had unprecedented amounts of water running into the culvert in our front yard, but nothing like what happened in other places around Atlanta.